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Album Review

Tiger Army's fourth album, 2007's Music from Regions Beyond, is the trio's most diverse and commercial-sounding record to date. TA linchpin Nick 13 surrounded himself with yet another new rhythm section (who knew standup bass players into punkabilly seemingly grew on trees?) and made a record that's built on their trademark amped-up psychobilly punk sound but explores some new avenues like country-rock, new wave, and heavy metal as well. The slick production and some dubious stylistic choices make the end result less than successful.

Customer Reviews

Not impressed

Where is the passion? Where is the soul that made Tiger Army's first two CD's? There was not a song on "Tiger Army" or "Power of Moonlight" that i would skip over, all were excellent. It seems since then they keep getting worse. The third was okay, but with this newest incarnation the only song i can tollerate listening to is Hotprowl, and even that you can barely compare to the orginial Tiger Army sound! To me, Tiger Army left its orginal listeners and sold out to popular sound and they now sound like every other 2007-2008 Emo - Punk band out there. If you liked the first two CD's stay away from this one.

Keep Topping Themselves!

To the reviewer that said on of the songs was "a cheap rip off of some 80s new wave band", you have no understanding of music and you should never listen to it ever again. TA's ability to use country & western, new wave, latin and other genres is precisely what makes them so good. They are NOT a rockabilly band. The quicker you understand that, the more you'll appreciate the songwriting and diversity on this album. This is their best album to date IMO, although I wish it had a longer runtime.

Best Tiger Army Album

Most well-rounded album yet by Tiger Army. First 4 songs rock, Where the Moss Slowly Grows is beautiful, the whole album is worth checking out. If you're not dogmatic about what a psychobilly band should sound like based on genre cliches, you'll enjoy it.


Formed: 1995 in Berkeley, CA

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '90s, '00s, '10s

Southern Cal punksters Tiger Army have been honing their psychobilly twists since 1995, playing gigs around the Bay Area where Operation Ivy, Rancid, and Green Day made names for themselves. By 1997, Tiger Army dealt with departing bandmates as well as scoring recognition from Rancid's Tim Armstrong. Singer/songwriter and guitarist Nick 13 was the only member left in Tiger Army yet still formed a union with Armstrong's Hellcat Records. Two years later, Nick, AFI drummer Adam Carson, and Quakes bassist...
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