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Wednesday, 1 July 2009

Oh yeah - Ash

'Oh Yeah' was released as the fifth single from Ash's album '1977'. It became their second Top 10 single. The lyric tells a tale of a 'bitter-sweet teenage love story'. The song features backing vocals by Lisa Moorish. Mark Hamilton has said of the single cover that it's 'supposed to show two young lovers just around 'that' age. Look they're in the woods, they've that sorta look on their faces that they might just have done 'it' whils't their mates waited 10 feet away drinking shandy bass and getting fucked up on a Lambert & Butler.'

The cd-single featured a cover of Abba's 'Does your mother know', which is why I bought that one. In the end I decided to buy the 7" single as well, even if that track was missing and replace by an exclusive 'Quartet' version of 'Oh yeah'. The single was pressed on yellow vinyl.

My collection: 7" single no. 2648
Found: Virgin Megastore, London, June 28, 1996
Cost: 1 pound
Tracks: 'Oh yeah', 'T-Rex' / 'Everywhere is all around', 'Oh yeah (Quartet version)'

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