Tiger Army Music from Regions Beyond
Entertainment Weekly: "[They] bash away at pompadour-punk grooves with melodic abandon." -- Grade: B+
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item number: ZDP 80492
- Released: June 5, 2007
- Originally Released: 2007
- Label: Hellcat Records
Entertainment Weekly - p.77"[They] bash away at pompadour-punk grooves with melodic abandon." -- Grade: B+
Alternative Press - p.1664 stars out of 5 -- "MUSIC FROM REGIONS BEYOND closes with 'Where The Moss Slowly Grows,' which adds lap steel guitar for an almost Western swing feel....An enjoyable broad-minded slab o' psychobilly-plus."
- 1.Prelude: Signal Return
- 4.Forever Fades Away
- 5.Ghosts of Memory
- 8.As the Cold Rain Falls
- 9.Hechizo de Amor - (Spanish)
- 10.Spring Forward
- 11.Where the Moss Slowly Grows
Tiger Army: Jeff Roffredo (upright bass); James Meza, Nick 13.
Personnel: Nick 13 (vocals, guitar); Dan Under (vocals, background vocals); Davey Havok, Brandan Schieppati, Alain Whyte (vocals); Jerry Finn (harmonium); Roger Manning (keyboards); James Meza (drums); Ryan Wombacher (background vocals).
Audio Mixer: Jerry Finn.
Recording information: Paramount Studios, Hollywood, CA (11/2006-01/2007); Sound Factory, Hollywood, CA (11/2006-01/2007).
Photographer: Samantha Rapp.
Southern California's Tiger Army has built a loyal following with their gutsy, stripped down psychobilly sound. MUSIC FROM REGIONS BEYOND, the band's fourth album, contains more of their classic, punk-influenced rock & roll, yet also branches out into country, synth-pop, metal, and balladry. The experiments aren't always successful, but the band's efforts make for a diverse and energetic listen, proving that Tiger Army aren't necessarily married to the formula that gave them their start, and that their sound can encompass any number of styles.