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Album Review

Nash the Slash's second full-length solo album, and solo it is indeed, with Nash playing all instruments. Hillage does a wonderful job producing Nash, bringing out a much harder sound than heard on his debut solo release Dreams and Nightmares. This album rocks, complete with covers of the Rolling Stones (and brilliant version of "19th Nervous Breakdown," which seems perfectly suited for Nash) and Deep Purple, with Nash altering the words of the classic "Smoke on the Water" to "Dopes on the Water." He even covers Jan and Dean's "Dead Man's Curve," although the version found on this album is not as powerful as Nash's original cover found on a 7" single (released on Nash's own Cut-Throat Records). There are a number of interesting instrumentals full of wonderful noises that produce an awe-inspiring sound, especially the opening track "Wolf," which includes brief moments from Peter and the Wolf. This is a very strong album, full of interesting sounds, that stands up to repeated listenings.

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At Last - Nash is Here

I first saw Nash The Slash in 1980! when he was supporting Gary Numan on the Telekon Tour. A guy swathed in white bandages from head to foot, white top hat, white suit, surrounded by banks of synths and.... a violin. This guy pumps out some incredible sounds, Wolf is a fantastic track, everytime I hear it I can picture Nash franticly sawing away on his violin... awesome!

what a blast

like the other reviewer i saw nash in support of gary numan and bought this on vinyl and loved it to death i thought it was long gone yet here on i tunes i can relive my past. this is a fantastic album very atmospheric and wildly overblow i cannot recomend this enough and aim to get the other albums soon as.check out the great mickey take of smoke on the water the lyrics are a spot on take of rock and roll stupidity go on give it a go you might just like it

Nash Lives!

I'm another one who saw Nash support Numan on the Telekon tour and bought the original album on vinyl. It's a big old stage at Hammersmith Odeon (as it was known then) and Nash as a solo act had his work cut out but he managed to fill the place with sound and for an encore he cut up his electric violin with a jigsaw, what a showman!


Born: 26 March 1948 in Toronto, Canada

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '70s, '80s, '90s, '00s

Imagine a blend of Gary Numan, early Pink Floyd, Jean-Michel Jarre, and the Stranglers and you have a sense of Nash the Slash's music. Born in Toronto in 1948, for much of his musical career Jeff Plewman zealously guarded his identity, appearing on-stage as Nash the Slash with his face swathed completely in surgical bandages. One of music's true eccentrics,...
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