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  • Audio CD (June 5, 2007)
  • Original Release Date: 2007
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Hellcat Records
  • ASIN: B000PSJBJ8
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (25 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #80,546 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

Editorial Reviews

Tiger Army's music channels the frustration, loneliness, despair, and triumph of a lost generation, buzzing with power and dark romance. In the three years since their last release, the band transformed into an international phenomenon, touring worldwide with AFI, Social Distortion, Rancid, and Morrissey. Now comes this release. The band may have roots in Southern California's fervent psychobilly scene, but they're no longer psychobilly, just as The Clash can't be contained by the label "punk". With a newfound sense of pop melody, Tiger Army have realized a set of anthems for the dispossessed, songs destined to be sung along to in stadiums across the world. Produced by Jerry Finn (AFI, Morrissey, Rancid).

Customer Reviews

This album is definetelty a depature for Tiger Army.
J. Gomez
The album is still great, very listenable (I like most of the tracks), and displays the maturity of the band.
MissesG
The band continues to evolve and they get better with each and every album.
Hector P.

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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Shogun on June 19, 2007
Format: Audio CD
This is one of the most original albums I've heard in a long time.Its not any one style, its a mix and thats whats great, they aren't trying to fit in with any style and by doing so have become much more universal and enjoyable,people calling it emo need to understand most music is emotional and Tiger Army always have been emotional,emo no,but emotional yes. Psycho, Rockabilly,emo, none of that stuff really matters to me as long as the music is real and from the heart and I think Nick 13 has done that with this album, I love all their albums, among many other styles of music,but for me this album is their best and I highly reccommend it to anyone sick of one sided music ,just enjoy it for what it is,and don't expect it to make you wanna buy a leather jacket and a switch blade and go rumble down town. Trying to be exclusively psycho or anything else for that matter is just as lame as being emo. Its just good music that doesn't sound like the garbage on Mtv or the radio,and thats always welcomed by me.
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13 of 16 people found the following review helpful By Scott on June 18, 2007
Format: Audio CD
I don't understand why so many people are being so critical.
This is a very solid album, people are calling it "emo", I assure you it's not emo, I personally can't stand any of those "emo" bands, I guess I'm a little to old to listen to that stuff, but just because a band is melodic doesn't make them emo, Nick 13 writes some of the best vocal melodies, and songs in general, better than anyone I can think of in the last 10 years, and this album is a great example.
The overall sound of this album is like TAII music with TAIII vocals plain and simple (with of course the exception of "As the cold rain falls").
First off "Signal Return", "Hotprowl", "Ghost of memory", and "Spring forward" could've easily been on Tiger Army 1 or 2, as well as "Lunatone", "Pain" and "Afterworld", could've been from 2 or 3, these songs stay very true to Tiger Armys sound, anyone who has been a fan of this band should be able to hear this, anyone who has been a true fan.
"Where the Moss slowly grows" is the country song, and it's right up there with "In the Orchard", "The Long Road" and "Outlaw Heart" as great country songs, I think this one ends a little too quick, but either way a very good song.
The songs that don't sound like traditional TA are "Forever fades away", which is in my opinion one of the weaker songs on the album, but still a good song, Nicks vocals are excellent, musically it just sounds a little too typical to me, "Hechizo" is a great song but it's all sung in spanish so that might throw a lot of people away from it, never the less the music is right on and the vocals are very good, thats a good song.
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By Raiden777 on June 9, 2007
Format: Audio CD
When Davey Havok of AFI claimed this album was Tiger Army's best yet, i was interested in seeing how it sounded.

The first time listening through it, i couldnt DISAGREE more with the guy. I thought it sounded ok, not bad.

But the more i listened to it, the more i began to like this album more and more.

Favorite songs i feel stand out so far, to me, are...

Track 2: Hotprowl

Track 3: Afterworld

Track 8: As The Cold Rain Falls

HotProwl reminds me of the "true romance", "incorporeal" and "power of moonlite" songs, from past albums. It could fit in with those somewhere i think. It sounds pretty awesome.

Afterworld is a lighter sound but it is well done and i believe is the first single for this album.

As The Cold Rain Falls is real good, its got emotional power to it.The song uses synths in it, and some of the back up singing sounds like the guy from "Bad Religion". It sounds wonderfull. Though i hope im not stretching it. Some people felt it had a CURE influence.

But its all its own...its Tiger Army.

Nick 13, leader of Tiger Army, is one of our days best musicians.

I really like listening to the new album.

It seems to mix the heart of old and new together, and its the best of both worlds.

Anyone who likes and supports Tiger Army are lucky to be fans of such a band.

This is a good follow up to the past albums.

LASTLY, before i forget... The intro to the album is strong and just reminds me that the ghost tiger is alive and well;)
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Format: Audio CD
personally, i think tiger army has gotten better and better with each successive album. a friend raved about this album and i admittedly was very skeptical after hearing a snippet of the intro. but i trust my friend and actually hunted it down...going to 5 stores in my neck of the woods. so worth it.

i truly think as the cold rain falls has a joy division influence...not the cure so much. my august friend told me there was one that sound so joy division. i went along listening to the tracks and then as the cold rain kicked in and lo and behold!!! this was the track. no question.

nick 13 strikes an emotional chord with me in many of his songs. where the moss slowly grows put me in tears. i like how even in the darkest times, there is hope when i look at the lyrics. this isn't only true with this album but with many of the tunes.

this album oozes power which left me speechless.

TxAxNxDx
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any clue as to the extras?
Nick 13 is Mexican.

There will probably be 1 extra track, a remix by jade puget, and/or that one spanish song in english.
May 30, 2007 by K. Wiesner |  See all 2 posts
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