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Tiger Army

Music From Regions Beyond

Hellcat 80492

Released on June 5, 2007

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$12.75

Music From Regions Beyond, is the definitive work by Tiger Army.

It is a thrillingly diverse record, running the gamut from the break-neck yet melodic "Afterworld" and the soaring modern rock anthem "Forever Fades Away," to the dark wave pop of "As the Cold Rain Falls" (which has elicited early comparisons to New Order) and the country-leaning balladry of "Where the Moss Slowly Grows."

It is also the first Tiger Army album that was not self-produced. A-list producer Jerry Finn (AFI, Morrissey, Rancid) partnered his experience and expertise with Nick 13's passion and self-motivation. The two became acquainted during the sessions for AFI's Decemberunderground (which features multiple backup vocal contributions from Nick 13), and discovered that they shared similar recording philosophies, including a love of analog tape and vintage gear.

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Song Titles
# Song Name Popularity
1 Prelude: Signal Return  3%
2 Hotprowl  10%
3 Afterworld Voted #1  20%
4 Forever Fades Away Voted #2  16%
5 Ghosts Of Memory  7%
6 LunaTone  8%
7 Pain  11%
8 As The Cold Rain Falls Voted #3  12%
9 Hechizo De Amor  2%
10 Spring Forward  1%
11 Where The Moss Slowly Grows  10%
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Matthew from Toronto, ON Canada 
Apr 6 2008 Rating: 4/5 Stars

i loved I,II,III, and was sad to see tiger army not carry on the tradition of naming their albums numerically. that being said, apart from the backup vox from the dude from underoath on the 2nd track (i think), it's a solid album.afterworld, forever fades away, hechizo de amor, where the moss slowly grows (an great country-rock tune) are the best songs. pick it up.

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Arryn from Tallahassee, FL 
Mar 30 2008 Rating: 5/5 Stars

This is a very well done album. Was my favorite Tiger Army album for the first six months that I had it. A few new sounds added to this one that differ from the previous albums. Overall, a very good Tiger Army cd. Definitely get it!

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Geo from Anaheim, CA 
Nov 1 2007 Rating: 3/5 Stars

tiger army has changed in many ways it has become more mainstream and has lost geoff in upright bass they have gotten softer and its just getting anoying music from regins beyond its actually to me worser that gost tigers rise and i wasnt a great fan of that cd this cd has gotten overrated and has 6 good songs probably the top three are hotprowl,aferworld,and hechizo de amor. i would recomend this cd to those that have just been introduced to tiger army because if you have heard their older shit you wont like it that much

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Scott from Fullerton, CA 
Aug 2 2007 Rating: 4/5 Stars

i have been listening to this record since it came out now and its really good, the new wave sound on some of the songs takes a little getting used to but over all its a very very solid record, and hell, afterworld is one of tiger army's best songs, the song tempos are all over the place too, but this album is not as slow as ghost tigers rise ... forever fades away as a single thing is wrong but whatever ...get it, NEVER DIE!

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Travis from Sarasota, FL 
Jun 28 2007 Rating: 3/5 Stars

Tiger Army Never Die…….but please doesn’t get any softer. I love old country music riffs laced into driving psycho style, a tricky combination that has placed Tiger Army deep into my heart. This year has been blessed with some great new releases but Music From Regions Beyond was the one that kept me up at night with anticipation. Tiger Army has always given me what I wanted and more than I could have expected with their releases, but their latest was not what I expected. What happened to those hard hitting base lines? Crash Symbols that lift your spirits and riffs that do your soul justice. Tiger Army has had the misfortune of an ever changing lineup. The latest seems to want to sound like that past but not as good. Sorry Nick 13, love your lyrics of course, Afterworld is great (I hate it when one of the best songs is released before the album), surprise came with Hechizo De Amor, the best song on the album, the rest leaves much to be missed. Still a loyal fan, cant beat Nicks poetry.

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Taylor from Sandy, UT 
Jun 19 2007 Rating: 3/5 Stars

Tiger Army is awesome, this album isn't. I was more than excited for this one and I was let down. This is a good album, just not what I wanted from Nick 13 and crew. If you want a good Tiger Army album buy 2 or 3, avoid this one.

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Mark from Prince Albert, SK Canada 
Jun 15 2007 Rating: 3/5 Stars

Well its been awhile since Tiger Army released a new full length, and not a lot has changed. Aside from the fact that everything sounds somewhat 'poppier' compared to their previous works, that's a given due to their recent popularity boom. You will find the first couple tracks give off the typical Tiger Army sound, much like that of 'Power of the Moonlite' but as the tracks go on, we see an infused sound of their last two studio albums. As the album goes on though, we start to hear a more repetitive tune, with your hand on the skip button. As for vox and music writing, Nick 13 continues to convey an beautifully romantic song, while still maintaining the song's strenght. I would however like to point out that the back ground vox at some points sound more like something you'd hear at a My Chemical Romance or Used concert rather than a Tiger Army song. Tiger Army continues to mature, but I fear sometimes that they've reached their peek. Tiger Army Never Die!

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Andrew from Elmhurst, IL 
Jun 10 2007 Rating: 4/5 Stars

This album is pretty good. It starts out with a lot of power, great songs. I dig 1-5. The later songs don't sound psychobilly, which is alright I guess. Nothing is better than Tiger Army I though... See Kevin's review-

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Jeff from Lodi, CA 
Jun 10 2007 Rating: 4/5 Stars

so my review i dug this cd cause unlike everyone else probably i knew what to expect......JERRY FINN yup beefs up the sound cleans them up a little but its more rockin than the last one which ive liked all of them never been happy with there live show tho so hopefully that will be improved so they have made alot of changes seen reviews in rolling stone ET he nick13 come a long way since ARMSTRONG'S couch havnt ya cut i think th cd is still great but since nick13 is still the biggest dick in PSYCHOBILLY im dropin a star haha later

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Kevin from Houston, TX 
Jun 9 2007 Rating: 3/5 Stars

First off, yes Nick 13 has a great voice and yes he is a smart songwritter. But I think this album is highly over rated so far. There was all this promise of a "POST PSYCHOBILLY" album. To me there is only one song on here that sounds different from any other song on any other Tiger Army album. I think ever since Geoff Kresge left the band to join The Horrorpops; Tiger Army looks like "DIET TIGER ARMY" to me. Even when I saw them live on their tour with Social Distortion, it just wasn't the same without Geoff. Don't get me wrong, I do really like some of the songs on here, but nothing special. Three years to make 11 songs? Think about it.

 
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