Archive for the Single Review Category

Ash – Insects (Single Review)

Posted in IRISH NOISE!, Music, Single Review with tags , , , , , on May 19, 2010 by Tickets There

Wow, we’re very, very behind with the Ash reviews. KISS really messed things up for a few weeks and the very sad passing of Ronnie James Dio didn’t exactly help motivate the Tickets There minds. Now we’re determined to get back in full swing and what better way to make our return, but by writing our 42,000 Ash review.

Rather than going the complex or over the top route, Ash have settled on the fairly straight forward pop approach. Insects flows well, the chorus is catchy and the word Insects constantly being repeated will conjure up some images.

Not a song you could write a million words about and not the best thing the band’s ever come out with but a decent effort all the same. Towards the end things really drive home and the guitars are stand out. Some serious finger tabbing or something going on there.

Not bad lads, keep it up.

Check out to hear it. Hurry, new track coming on the 24th

Ash – Mind Control (Single Review)

Posted in IRISH NOISE!, Music, Single Review with tags , , , , , , , , , , on April 25, 2010 by Tickets There

God, as soon as one Ash review goes up there’s another to be done. We were 100% sure single O wasn’t coming till next week but here we are, another two weeks over and another fecking single review to do. Thank god the song in question is damn right savage.

While Single N, Dare To Dream was lacking in the ass kicking department, Mind Control has gone and given the second half of Ash’s incredible A-Z Singles the kick off it needed. It’s got guitars, it’s got solo’s, it’s catchy and there’s swear words, one of Rock’s most beloved and mourned siblings. What the Fuck is going on? Ash are kicking ass left, right and centre, that’s what.

Excellent addition to the series and one that’s gotten Tickets There excited all over again. Thanks to Mind Control, we won’t forget single P’s release date. See ye in two weeks.

Go to now to hear it!

Ash – Dare To Dream (Single Review)

Posted in IRISH NOISE!, Music, News, Single Review with tags , , , , , on April 11, 2010 by Tickets There

Two weeks have passed and as promised, Ash have returned with the second half of their A – Z release. With the Volume 1 singles coming out on two CD’s on the 19th, it’s time for fans to re-focus on the second batch and first single, Dare To Dream seems to be taking things in the right direction.

The song itself is a little drawn out. It’s doesn’t deliver the energetic, rockier side of the groups sound but does stick to the A – Z trademark grandness. It’s constantly develops as you listen but never uncovers any real surprises. Saying that, we prefer it to True Love 1980 (Single A of the series) – so as openers go, this ones ahead.

This series has already given fans more worthwhile material than we could have hoped and with another twelve singles to go, we know they have just as many more quality singles to go. This won’t be a stand out in the long run, but it’s a good sign of things to come.

Hear the official version @ ASH-Official

Ash – War With Me (Single Review)

Posted in IRISH NOISE!, Music, Single Review with tags , , , , , on March 28, 2010 by Tickets There

Single M, War With Me marks the half way point in Ash’s colossal A – Z Single series and what an achievements it’s become. The songs so far have displayed some of Ash’s most lovable traits, some of their finest pop / rock moments and a grandness rarely seen in their previous material. We’re once again delighted to report that today’s release continues this fine line of quality, enjoyment and few frills pop rock.

War With Me is a simple slice of the bands irresistibly catchy gift for pop. Built predominantly around a heavy Piano, the song is a laid back, lighter than most little number. Short, sweet and loveable. Since we’re half way there, why don’t you just check the video below and hear it for yourself, you won’t be disappointed.

Cathy Davey – Little Red (Single Review)

Posted in IRISH NOISE!, Music, Single Review with tags , , , , on March 27, 2010 by Tickets There

Tickets There has always had a special fondness for the one and only Miss. Cathy Davey. She’s got a lovely, irresistible charm that comes through so much in her writing and despite it being a lot softer and, in some places, sillier than we’d normally like, we just can’t stop finding her appealing.

So, when she releases a song that sounds like a mesh of The Breeders meets The Temptations at Christmas time, Tickets There will still praise it and it doesn’t take long to realize our support ain’t just out of loyalty.

Little Red is a quirky, loveable little song with some cutely clever lyrics, some surprisingly un-annoying high pitch notes and a sound that in places is very reminiscent of an eighties pop number (any song, we’re not accusing no-one of nothin’).

It’s hardly Sgt. Peppers so we’ll cut the review there but its well worth checking out. Clean, wholesome, loveable catchy pop from one of Ireland’s most charming personalities.

Hear the song for yourself @ Cathy Davey’s Official MySpace Now!

Oliver Cole – Oh My Girl (Single Review)

Posted in IRISH NOISE!, Music, Single Review with tags , , , , , , , on March 19, 2010 by Tickets There

Legendary X-Turn front man, Oliver Cole is about to drop his Ex-Turn prefix with the release of his very own debut solo album, We Albatri next week. The LP was recorded in Germany and Dublin over the last couple of years and from what we’ve heard so far, it’s looking like a strong contender for Irish album of the year.

Today see’s the second single from the album, Oh My Girl getting its official release on and it’s well worth a listen.

Unlike the start / stop choppiness and general strangeness of the album’s first single, What Will You Do?, Oh My Girl is a much more straight forward slice of acoustic styled pop. The chorus is catchy, there’s some lovely harmonies and the song flows so well you’d swear it was a river (weird comparison but, it’s your blog…freaks – Ed).

Click Here to go hear a preview / download and Click Here for full details of Ollie’s forthcoming album.

Ash – Dionysian Urge (Single Review)

Posted in IRISH NOISE!, Music, Single Review with tags , , , , , , , on March 18, 2010 by Tickets There

Tickets There is very sorry for the delay getting this review up. We started listening on Sunday but became more fixated on the fact that the previous release, Song of Your Desire is actually way better than we originally thought. Ah well, time to move on.

Ash’s latest release, Dionysian Urge is a hark back to their basics sound. The kind of feel good pop rock that made us fall in love with them in the first place. There’s none of the A – Z trademark piano’s and grandness. Just good old fashioned riffs, beats, heavy guitars and a rattling bass.

Honestly, we’re struggling to write this week so we’ll just say it, we couldn’t love this song anymore. It’s just so hassle free, upbeat and has such lovely changes. The whole thing just works so well it’s not even funny.

Incredible effort from the lads and one that’s truly going to be a treat for all Ash fans, old and new. Head over to Ash-Official to hear it for yourself.

Lluther – Femme Fatale (Single Review)

Posted in IRISH NOISE!, Music, Single Review with tags , , , , , , , on March 11, 2010 by Tickets There

Didn’t we say Lluther’s Femme Fatale would rock the bollocks of a mammoth? Yes we did and the good news is, it would!

A fortnight ago they gave us sexy, now we have balls to the wall, guitar driven hard rock. The fourth release from their sophomore album, Rise of the Reptile King see’s the band plug into the hard edged, gritty but sleek, cut throat eighties guitar driven rock n roll. Behind the wall of riffs and solo styled tangents, there’s belting, fist breaking drums and a hard ass bass that gives the song that little je ne sais que that every good rock song needs.

From start to finish, there isn’t a lax moment. The intensity never slips, the chorus doesn’t get old and overall, it’s a fine package of good old fashioned rock with a nice glossy makeover, perfectly in keeping with the other songs we’ve heard thus far from Rise of the Reptile King.

Visit Lluther’s Official Website and download Femme Fatale now (and get King Of Nothing to, great track) and check Tickets There on March 20th for our review of their next track, Enough.

House of Dolls – Gimme Some Glory / Before She Wakes (Single Review)

Posted in IRISH NOISE!, Music, Single Review with tags , , , , on March 3, 2010 by Tickets There

What’s two or three months between pals? Noting, so on with the review.

Some time ago, House of Dolls released their first (we think) single, Gimme Some Glory. Around that time, a sexy little music blog called Tickets There found them. We loved them instantly and we may be late, but we’re finally prepared to praise them….again.

Gimme Some Glory is a sexy psychedelic rock song for any stoner, grunger, indie head or rock fan. It’s dirty, dingy n dark, yet it’s built on a solid base of strong riffs and dance rock beats. Each listen will bring you closer and uncover something new. Excellent!

Flip side, Before She Wakes, follows the same style but goes a little heavier and grittier. The chorus will knock you out. If you’re in the right mood, the chorus will just hit you out of the dark. Great alt rock, like The Stones Roses covering Ash.

Gimme Some Glory / Before She Wakes is out now (and has been for a while, ye lazy f**kers – Ed) on The First Born Is Dead Recordings

Ash – Song of Your Desire (Single Review)

Posted in IRISH NOISE!, Music, Single Review with tags , , , , , , , , on February 28, 2010 by Tickets There

It’s kind of sad to know we’re almost half way through this release. With the release of single K, there’s only two more singles left (out of respect for the privacy the band have shrouded around future releases, we won’t tell you which letters are next. Good luck figuring that out!) before we reach the official half way point. You know what that means? It means we have fifteen more singles to go before we start getting all sentimental.

Today’s single, Song of Your Desire, sees the band return to a much softer, more A-Z style of grand harmonies, slow melodies and the occasional input from the guitars. As songs go it’s nice but as the series goes, it wouldn’t be top of my list. Ash do melodic well when you think of songs like Walking Barefoot, Shinning Light and Sometimes but TT ain’t liking this particular drawn out style as much. If you liked Candy, you should check it out.

Out of eleven singles, this and The Dead Disciples would be our least favorites. Not bad when you consider the other 9 are all pretty savage. If you want to be in with a chance of seeing some of this material Live in Dublin on March 20th, hop over to our Competition Post and answer an unbelievably, unfairly difficult question.

Or, if you want to write back and tell us we suck and ASH rule, then by all means check out the track at, come back and slate us. In the mean time, we’re listening to Command!

IRISH NOISE! The Redneck Manifesto – Black Apple (Single Review)

Posted in IRISH NOISE!, Music, Single Review with tags , , , , on February 22, 2010 by Tickets There

With instrumental music becoming the new phenomenon in this country, it’s about time the band that do it best come back and show the young un’s what it’s all about. After a four year wait, that’s exactly what The Redneck Manifesto have done.

Last week saw the release of the first TRM material since 2006’s Seven Stabs E.P. and the boys have lost none of their magic. Black Apple is full of cosmic changes, electronica laden beats, quirky guitars, funky bass lines and a rapturous speed that makes the headphones shake for the last couple of minutes. The five minutes fly by in seconds and you’ll only be left wanting more. The year may be young, but what we have here is one of the freshest Irish recordings we’ve seen in a while.

Their new album, Friendship is coming to shop near you on March 26th and you can bet it’ll be snapped up quickly. Pop over to Nialler9’s Site to hear Black Apple and see the albums track list by Clicking Here.

Lluther – Rise of the Reptile King (Single Review)

Posted in IRISH NOISE!, Music, Single Review with tags , , , on February 21, 2010 by Tickets There

Nothing better than sexy Rock and Lluther’s third single, Rise of the Reptile King is pretty sexy. Taken from the bands second album, ROTRK mixes some of the bands old industrial trait’s with their new rockier sound.

Unlike the hard riffed, rocky style of King of Nothing, Rise of the Reptile King is a slow, stripped back number with some fiery moments and an explosive chorus. Like In The Dollhouse, it may not grab you immediately but after a few goes it sticks and only gets better from there. The slow, heavy chorus just sells this track. It may not be a cover of a Vanilla Ice track, but it’s Another winner!

Lluther are releasing tracks from their second album, Rise of the Reptile King on the 10th and 20th of every month until September. Be sure to check back on March 10th for our review of the next single, Femme Fatale.

The Murder Clues – Things That By Myself I Just Can’t Find (Single Review)

Posted in IRISH NOISE!, Music, Single Review with tags , , , , , on February 15, 2010 by Tickets There

Tickets There is experiencing some nostalgia today.  It may only be two and a half years since we first got drunk, watched Eyebrowy and decided to set up for a goof, but it seems like a hell of a lot longer. One of our earliest memories of the MySpace was befriending a young talented band from North Dublin called Bravado. We’d see the lads compete in the Murphy’s Live 2008 competition against another local Dublin act, Superjimenez. Tickets There was only at the show to see the special guest headliners, The Future Kings of Spain but as soon as the barley legal youngsters took the stage, we were taken aback. They were incredibly young but they played Superjimenez of the stage. We couldn’t believe how good they were, especially since their competitors were a well seasoned band that were still pale in comparison to these school children.

In the end, Branado went on to win that round and the following round but got knocked out in the final by…well, who remembers? Two years on, we decided to revisit the lads and see how they’re getting on and it turns out, there’s been some changes. Firstly, they’ve changed their name to The Murder Clues and they sound a little older but that same upbeat sound is still there. They officially released their first single back in September and we’ve had it on repeat now for about thirty minutes and we’re liking it.

Things That By Myself I Can’t Find is filled with guitar leads, catchy choruses and excellent musicianship. It’s not the cleanest recording in the world but the dirtiness suits the style as the band blare out four minutes of guitar driven indie rock. The lead singer’s (Brian) voice gets stronger and more distinctive with every year that passes and if you’ve seen the man live, you’ll know he casts an imposing front man stance on stage. He controls the crowd well and delivers the songs with as much force as he can muster. The word shy has never been uttered near this guy. As for the band, these guys are tight. There’s no let up or staleness in the track despite its length and style and you could easily see this number topping the charts if it was released by a more established act.

Basically, these guys are on the right track to make a real name for themselves on the music scene. They’re younger than most of the bands out there but they’ve already notched up an impressive amount of experience and it won’t be long before they unleash their full potential.

Check back for a review of the bands new single, Ladies & Headbangers as soon as Tickets There picks up a copy and don’t forget to check out their MySpace to hear Things That By Myself I Can’t Find by Clicking Here!

Annnddd, the single will be launched this Thursday at Andrews Lane Theatre.

Ash – Command (Single Review)

Posted in IRISH NOISE!, Music, Single Review with tags , , , , , , on February 14, 2010 by Tickets There

Happy Valentines all. Tickets There was passing no heed of the day until Ash made it extra special by generously releasing single J from the A – Z Series a day Early.

After the highs of Space Shot, Ichiban, Pripyat and Neon, we were half thinking single J would be a disappointment. I mean seriously, how long can any band keep releasing one brilliant single after another for? Well, we can’t answer the last question but fortunately for Ash fans, it still doesn’t look like there’s any stopping them.

Command, the eleventh release of the series, is awesome. No dance beats, no grand piano melodies and no holding back. This is possibly the closest thing to their old sound they’ve released in years. The guitars are loud, heavy and unstoppable. The bass thunders through the track with an incredible crunchiness and Tim’s voice is back to its hard edged style. The chorus, as always, is as catchy as they come and the boys just cut loose on some good old fashioned alt/pop rock.

It may not have the mass appeal of Space Shot but fans will love this one. It’s heavy, fast and hard as nails. It’s very different from any of the other songs in the series and goes back to basics and the lads certainly haven’t lost their talent for writing a rockin’ number when they choose. Tickets There loves this band and every two weeks they’re reminding everyone why we love them so much.

Last week, the band announced they were in the studio recording the second half of the singles for release and the first set (A – M) will be released on CD this April.

See for more news and to hear Command (plus all the other tracks released so far)

IRISH NOISE! – Lluther: In the Dollhouse / King of Nothing (Single Reviews)

Posted in IRISH NOISE!, Music, Single Review with tags , , , , , , , on February 10, 2010 by Tickets There

Three years since the release of their debut album, Lluther are back! After a long quiet period, the band are ready to reemerge with a hard hittin’, heavy rock second album, Rise of the Reptile King. Today the band release the second single from the album, King of Nothing. Their first single, In The Dollhouse came out last month and much to Tickets There’s dismay We only heard about it today from our old rivals (who we’re beating in the hits war by the way. Push it guys – Ed) Hotpress. After fierce negotiations, some sackings and knee delivered apologies, Tickets There has decided to review both songs and save face,

In The Dollhouse is a terrific, building piece of rock music. Imagine Monster Magnet, Marilyn Manson and Scott Weiland writing a song and you’ll get close. There are so many different styles as the song moves from sustained melodies and echoing vocals to hard edged guitars and explosive changes. Each listen brings new love for the song and as first singles go, this is a pretty good sign of things to come.

King of Nothing is a totally different monster altogether. It’s like hard rock meets funk as synth/guitar riffs build the bridges while vocals intertwine throughout leaving the drums do their best to let you know what direction the foot stomping, C.A.F. (Catchy as F**k) chorus is going in. The guitars are nastier, the vocals are clearer, the production, playing, writing everything is just brilliant. While In The Dollhouse may take one or two listens to really warm up to, King of Nothing will drill straight into your playlist and stay there until you nuke the damn thing out.

Although there’s only a sample of the next two singles, Rise of the Reptile King and Femme Fatale up, they both sound like they’d rock the bollocks of a mammoth so expect a follow up review as soon as we have the album and/or when the songs come out.

Jez, after the amazing stuff we heard from Million$Reload, Tickets There didn’t think anyone else could come close but by God there’s some savage stuff going on in the  Lluther camp. This will be an album well worth picking up and loving.

Catch them when they play Dublin’s, The Button Factory on March 27th

Check out these songs and more at the bands MySpace by Clicking Here.

Ash – Neon (Single Review)

Posted in IRISH NOISE!, Music, Single Review with tags , , , , , , on February 1, 2010 by Tickets There

Sorry for the lack of updates recently folks. Our editor had a nasty fall last Friday but we’re back on track now and just in time for Ash’s latest release, Neon.

We’re up to the latter I now (single 10 in the A – Z Series inc. Return of White Rabbit). So far the series has been pretty terrific. Tracks such as Space Shot, Arcadia, Ichiban, Tracers, Joy Kicks Darkness and ROWR are  already classics as far as the fans are concerned and they’ve gone a long way in proving that Ash are a band deserving of any and all attention and praise we the people can pile on them. With another seventeen singles to go over the next year, one has to wonder if there’s any stopping the lads in their quest to prove that bands can – work perfectly well outside the classic album format. Judging by Neon, it’s going to be very hard stopping them for making it work.  

Neon is a slightly off beat kind of mesh of sounds heard on the other tracks. Despite the album format disappearing, it’s very obvious that these songs all share a very common tone and structure. I’ve been listening to it since around ten this morning and originally I thought it was one of the weaker tracks like Dead Disciples but nope, proven wrong again. It’s a brilliant track with an oddly catchy chorus. The dark overtones in the verse work so well against the more upbeat direction the chorus takes.

Another winner and it just gets stronger every time you listen to it. Tickets There is back, Ash are back, Ireland get ready…..actually, Ireland, please just don’t slap us for saying something as corny as that.

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The Smashing Pumpkins – Widow Make My Mind (Single Review)

Posted in Music, Single Review with tags , , , , , on January 20, 2010 by Tickets There

In the year 1555 AD, the poet Dante Alighieri’s defining contribution to the literary world was released. The Divine Comedy told a story of Dante traveling through the seven circles of Hell before passing through Purgatory and eventually moving onto Heaven to culminate in a meeting with God. The poem is, for lack of a better word, amazing. The visions, imagery and complexity are astonishing and it gives mankind a window into the mindset of medieval religious beliefs and fears. However it seems Dante forgot or declined to mention one of Hell’s most torturous elements, a ‘song’ titled Widow Make My Mind that has recently been recorded and released by The Smashing Pumpkins.

Yesterday Tickets There had the unpleasant experience of hearing Billy Corgan’s latest efforts and it’s fair to say the Pumpkins are now lost forever. Describing the song would be completely and totally pointless because it’s so devoid of life that the only reason I’m writing this review is because I wanted to post that intro (thought of it in the shower and had a chuckle).

It’s just a pointless, useless, terrible excuse for a song from a man who once fronted one of the most influential and powerful bands in the world. Their last studio album, Zeitgeist was a complete commercial and critical disaster but it seems Corgan is intent on finding out of the Pumpkins can sink any lower and guess what, they have.

Well done Billy. Next time release a solo album instead and let the Pumpkin name retain some shred of its former credibility.

(NOTE: Tickets There refuses to point you in any direction that might let you hear this obnoxious piece of music.)

IRISH NOISE! – Sweet Jane: You’re Making This Hard (Single Review)

Posted in IRISH NOISE!, Music, Single Review with tags , , , , , on January 12, 2010 by Tickets There

Anyone want a fine, upstanding psychedelic rock track to pass the Tuesday blues? Well how about checking out Sweet Jane’s latest effort, You’re Making This Hard?

For those of you not familiar with the band, Sweet Jane is an alternative rock band from Dublin. Now, I know what you’re thinking, ‘everyone in the world is an alternative rock band from Dublin’ but Tickets There can assure you that this lot are many cuts above the rest. They write well, the play well and they’re a major force on the up and coming scene. They blend classic sixties psychedelic guitars n drums with a twist of nineties indie, vintage rock along with a few of their own unique traits for good measure.

There’s something very memorizing about this song. It’s hard to stop listening to it and each play makes the chorus more and more enchanting. It’s both captivating and soulful. The verse is very quiet, very restrained and but the chorus is Velvet Underground-overdrive. It’s repetitive but it works.

Taking up room on the flip side (B-Side TT, don’t be a Muppet – Ed) is a cover of the classic Christmas Carol, Silent Night. Not bad but after hearing this song eighty thousand times during Christmas I can’t go through it again.

As singles go, this is a good un. Check out the bands MySpace by Clicking Here and the video for You’re Making This Hard below.

Ash – Ichiban (Single Review)

Posted in IRISH NOISE!, Music, Single Review with tags , , , , , , , , , on January 4, 2010 by Tickets There

Happy New Year (once again) all. Now that Tickets There has returned and laid the ground work, the lads over in Ash feel comfortable enough to release the `seventh single of their A – Z series, Ichiban. Of course the pressures and strains of releasing a new single and video every two weeks would be much, much worse on them if Tickets There wasn’t here fighting on the frontiers, getting the words warm and typing randomly without any planning or heed for what we’re saying.

This one will catch you of guard a little. It starts with the grandest intro yet. I’m afraid my knowledge of classical music isn’t something to boast about so I won’t pretend to know if this is something I’ve heard a million times before during Sky Sports soccer coverage or if’s it’s an original composition written by the band that just sounds familiar. Anyways, enough about the intro, it’s brilliant.

After thirty seconds of grandness, magnificence, mandolins, drums and the hopes of a thousand nations, the songs does a complete U-turn and swaps the strings for a choppy rhythm riff and a style that sounds like Ash competing with modern indie groups. Obviously today’s style is rubbing of a little on the Co. Down boys but not so much that they don’t retain their own unique sound and freshness. Rather than full on heaviness, re-hashed grunge efforts or disco beats, Ichiban is wall to wall punk and classic rock!

Many of the singles in this release have sounded very serious, very far reaching but Ichiban is alot more relaxed and there isn’t one bell to be heard. It’s simple, it’s classic and its jam packed with fast guitars, heavy solo’s, harmonies and classic rock n roll swagger worthy of Jagger himself.

Tickets There has listened a few times and we’re more than happy to give it nine thumbs up. It’s far more interesting and addictive than Pripyat and definitely on par with the next single, Space Shot, which Tickets There was full sure would be the best we’d be hearing from the lads for a month or so. Everything’s coming up Millhouse and TT doesn’t want to waste any more Simpson references this early in the year. Go to ASH-OFFICIAL.COM and hear it for yourself. You’ll love it, trust us.

Ash – Space Shot (Single Review)

Posted in IRISH NOISE!, Music, Single Review with tags , , , , , on December 21, 2009 by Tickets There

For those of you who live for consistency, order and symmetry, please do not read on. For the rest of you, Tickets There is jumping the gun. Space Shot isn’t due to be released in the A – Z Series until the end of January but TT decided if the video’s out, the review should be out to. Lot of blogs, E-Zines, indie press heads and publications, like Hotpress and AU trying to steal Tickets There’s title as Irelands sexiest music blog, so we must stay on top J (PUN).

Well Tickets There has been uplifted today. After the disappointing sixth release in the series, Pripyat, we’re delighted to inform you that Ash’s good run hasn’t come to an end. In fact single HSpace Shot, has the potential to be as big as any song they’ve released before. We first heard it at the bands recent show in the Button factory and actually made the mistake of thinking it must have been on some album we never listened too much. We got a cheerful little surprise when the video appeared online a few days ago and, well…we don’t have much to say. It’s not Pink Floyd, its Ash. Just listen and enjoy the perfect pop melodies, the constant uplifting sounds and appreciate that this is just one of hundreds of brilliant pop songs the band have composed over the years.

As we saw on True Love 1980 and Return of White Rabbit, Ash need no guitars to make their blend of catchy, hooky rock…two words I’m really starting to despise when writing these singles. I’ll try and expand the auld vo-cab. as this series goes on. Space Shot is based more around synths, effects and an amazingly catchy chorus. It’s got all the hallmarks of a classic but with a fresher sound.

Ash, with this Space Shot you are truly spoiling us. 10/10, Nine Thumbs Up, Love It!