Ashra (band)  

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Ashra is a project begun by Manuel Göttsching in 1976, initially to facilitate his solo career although other members were included later on. The band's name is an abbreviation of the name of Gottsching's previous band, Ash Ra Tempel. The name was changed as Gottsching's music became less psychedelic and more oriented towards electronica.

Discography

Recording dates are given in italics while release dates are in bold

Studio albums

Live albums

  • 1998/1997 - Sauce Hollandaise (live album)
  • 1998/1997 - @shra (re-released in 2008 along with @shra Vol. 2 as @shra + @shra Vol. 2)
  • 2002/1997 - @shra Vol. 2 (re-released in 2008 along with @shra as @shra + @shra Vol. 2)





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