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9 comments on “ Kung Fu - Ash - 1977 (CD, Album)

  1. Jun 06,  · View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of on Discogs/5(93).
  2. Ash's opens with the cheesy roar of a Star Wars TIE-fighter (did they have to pay royalties to the Lucas empire for that audio clip?), launching itself into a high-octane, quick energy groove, where it happy sits for its entirety. Infectious pop hooks, loud guitars, and a heavy punk influence characterize this album.
  3. On December 26, , Ash frontman Tim Wheeler came up with this song while waiting for a plane in Belfast. The song is a chop suey of references to martial arts movie tropes, with Bruce Lee, Mr. Miagi and Jackie Chan all getting mentions. "I fell in love with the words 'kung fu,' 'Hong Kong' and 'Fu Manchu,'" Wheeler told NME in "We.
  4. Kung Fu This song is by Ash and appears on the movie soundtrack Angus () on the original pressing and reissue of the album () on the album Live at the Wireless () on the album Intergalactic Sonic 7's () Kung fu, do what you do to me I .
  5. "Kung Fu" is a song by the band Ash, released as the first single from their album, It was released in March as a CD single, limited edition 7”, and standard 7” vinyl. The song was written by Tim Wheeler and produced by Owen Morris.
  6. Sure, Ash still use loud guitars -- they're all over but they create a distinctive, melodic, and energetic sound that's equal parts heavy grunge and light pop. And while they may indulge in jamming a bit too much, they remain a pop band at heart, capable of turning out epic guitar pop like "Goldfinger," punk-pop like "Kung Fu," and the.
  7. Ash’s first single from their album “”. Most known as the song playing during the blooper / outtake reel of the American release of Jackie Chan’s film “Rumble in the Bronx”. The song.

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