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There are at least three bands called Ash:

1) Ash are an alternative rock band that formed in Downpatrick, Northern Ireland in 1992. The media originally pegged Ash's music as britpop when the band first found mainstream success.

The current line-up of the group is as follows:Tim Wheeler (vocals and guitar), Mark Hamilton (bass guitar) and Rick McMurray (drums).

Ash's full-length debut "1977" was released in 1996 and followed 1994's mini album "Trailer". Named after the year they were all born (and in honour of the year Star Wars was released), "1977" displayed Wheeler and Hamilton's full-fledged love for all things extra-terrestrial and science fiction-related. In autumn 1997, female guitarist Charlotte Hatherley was added to the existing trio. Hatherley was recruited from the band Nightnurse.

The new quartet's sophomore effort - "Nu-Clear Sounds" was released in 1998 to a mixed critical reaction. "Free All Angels" followed in April 2001, gaining a U.S. release in the following summer.

Meltdown, the band's first Stateside release for Record Collection, arrived in spring 2005. A year later, and after nine years with Ash, Charlotte Hatherley announced her departure from the band to concentrate on a fledgling solo career.

In 2007 the remaining trio (and original line-up) released the album "Twilight Of The Innocents".

2) Ash are an American black metal project formed by two members of Black Harvest. The band split after releasing one demo.

3) ash are a Japanese rock band. They toured with Dué le quartz, and Kagrra, during the TRIBAL WARNING! tour sponsored by the ps company label in 2001. They are virtually unknown outside of Japan.

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