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I love this album!

Republic Commando was the first Xbox game I ever bought. (Note my screen name!) When I saw the video for Clones, I fell completely in love with it. When I got on iTunes with my shiny new second-gen iPod nano a while back, it was the very first thing I bought. I've been busy picking out the best of their other tracks ever since. They're a great band, and I've never heard a song of theirs I didn't like. None of my friends have heard of them, sad.


Clones is one of the best songs I have ever heard. I also loved the music video you guys made for Star Wars Republic Commando. That game is awesome and yall made it even better. The song rules. I especially love the part at the end of the video when the clone comes up on yall. This is one of the best songs I've heard in a while.

Goin Places

I first heard the song clones at my couisins house in New Jersey. I am now a finatic. This band is going places. This brittish band, along with the Arctic Monkeys, is fantastic. I am a budding Musician {only 12} and I truly appreciate this album. I hope to see another album to follow this one. Some songs I particularly enjoyed are: Orpheus, Evil Eye, Clones, Melt Down, Shock Wave, Detonator, Vampire Love, and Solace. Two thumbs up! I give this album 5 stars. Highly recommended.


Formed: 1992 in Downpatrick, Northern Ireland

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '90s, '00s, '10s

Northern Irish punk-pop trio Ash were tentatively formed in 1989, when childhood mates Tim Wheeler and Mark Hamilton received guitars for Christmas and established a metal act named Vietnam. Following a handful of shows, Vietnam adopted the Ash moniker in 1992 and added Rick "Rock" McMurray on drums. The musicians shared a love for the raw British punk of the Buzzcocks and crafted their musical talents to take the Brit-pop scene by storm at the start of the decade. NME was soon swooning over these...
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