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Customer Reviews

Tsar is back!

So stoked to get my hands on some new Tsar rock! New EP sounds great. Darker than previous releases, but dynamic and very cool. I hope it's just the start of even more new material!

So Great To Have 'Em Back

One of the best bands of the last 20 years is back with their first release since 2005.

5 new tunes that'll get stuck in your head by the time the EP is done spinning ( do MP3's spin? shaddup ). My favorite of the bunch is "Something Bad Happened To Me" - just an out-and-out-epic-guitar-squalling TSAR classic. Maybe you'll like a different song better...I dunno. That's what democracy is. This is America. TSAR SUPPORTS YOUR CONSTITUTIONAL RIGHT TO LIKE WHICHEVER SONG YOU LIKE BEST.

Seriously...don't be a dummy. Pick this up, & then go buy their other 2 albums. What else are you gonna spend your money on - food? Shelter? Bah.

This band is one of the best there is!

These guys are the real deal, so excited when I saw the release of this EP and it doesn't disappoint!!! Waited a long time for more Tsar. There albums are awesome but don't quite hold a candle to their live show. The young generation needs to see Tsar live to appreciate what Rock is and should be!


Genre: Rock

Years Active: '00s

The L.A. pop-punk group Tsar formed in 1998 and soon won favorable reviews for their energetic gigs and anthemic songwriting. The group (Jeff Whalen (lead vocals/guitar,) Daniel Kern (vocals/ guitar,) Jeff Soloman (bass) and Steve Coulter (drums)) signed a deal with Hollywood Records and delivered their self-titled debut album in mid-2000. The album was an exciting, hook-filled modern power pop record that nobody bought, despite (or perhaps because of) the band's subsequent opening slot on a Duran...
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