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Tiger Army

3: Ghost Tigers Rise

Epitaph 80457

Released on June 29, 2004


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Average Customer Rating: 4.5 with 21 reviews (See Below)
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Song Titles
# Song Name Popularity
1 Prelude: Death Of A Tiger  1%
2 Ghost Tigers Rise  2%
3 Wander Alone  9%
4 Santa Clara Twilight Voted #3  11%
5 Ghostfire Voted #2  15%
6 Rose Of The Devil's Garden Voted #1  19%
7 Atomic  10%
8 What Happens?  4%
9 Through The Darkness  7%
10 The Long Road  7%
11 Calling  4%
12 Swift Silent Deadly  2%
13 Sea Of Fire  8%
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Derek from Shell Lake, SK Canada 
May 26 2009 Rating: 4/5 Stars

This is a really good album. It is my only Tiger Army album so far, but it won't be my last. I was really impressed with it, and i'm not much of a punk'a billy listener, but this stuff is really awesome. I like the lyrics, and I love the vocals. Definitely a signature voice. The music is catchy it just makes you want to get up and dance. It's actually a rather erie tone to the album, something you can picture yourself listening to a lot if you were a heart broken zombie or something.

Why did I rate it 4/5? It was mostly the drum beat. I just wish they would have had a faster beat going for some of the songs to switch things up as you are listening to the full thing, but that is my only strife.

My favorite songs from it are "Santa Carla Twilight" and "Through The Darkness".

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Tom from Bay Village, OH 
Jun 26 2008 Rating: 4/5 Stars

What you would expect from Nick 13 and Tiger Army a good album not the best but a good buy if you are into their diverse sound.

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Laura from Saco, ME 
Sep 3 2006 Rating: 5/5 Stars

Starting things off I'm Matt not Laura that's my mom. This one of the better CDs I've listened to in awhile. Tiger Army are a very unique band I really dig their sound. Compared to Power of Moonlite and the S/T album this one is slower but does have some good fast paced songs. I would highly recommend this CD though Tiger Army are awesome. TxAxNxDx

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Ryan from Murrieta, CA 
Aug 18 2006 Rating: 5/5 Stars

Tiger Army's best album, hands down. "Ghost Tigers" takes the raw and unbridled passion of the band's self-titled debut, the power (no pun intended) of their second album (which appealed equally to those weaned on The Meteors or AFI), and ramps up everything up a notch. The songwriting and production transcends about anything out there. The slap of the upright bass persists, driving beneath the ethereal voice of Nick 13 and the other-wordly vibe the band has always had which is SO AMPLIFIED on this record. "Atomic" is as stomping as anything on the old records, while "Through The Darkness" and "Sea Of Fire" showcase the depth with which Tiger Army understands melody and class. "Rose Of The Devil's Garden" is a ballad more akin to The Cure, Depeche Mode or The Smiths (which makes sense since Moz loves this band, spending his birthday checking them out live and taking them on tour in the UK) without sacrificing the black Creeper they will always have planted in roots-rock and rockabilly. Alternative Press called their upcoming forth album one of their "most anticipated" and "Ghost Tigers" is why. Reading some reviews on here from when the album came out, I think a couple fans were shocked by the leap forward in progression. This is a real "grower" album... It can't be digested quickly and disposed of like some pop confection. You have to let it envelop you. Once it connects, it's the most rewarding listen of the last two years. Which is why when I lost my copy, I came onto Interpunk and bought it AGAIN!

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Vinny from Orange Park, FL 
Mar 22 2006 Rating: 4/5 Stars

I like this CD better than Power of Moonlite but I just don't really like Tiger Army on CD...they're really good live though

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Jose Carlos from Jerez (cadiz), Spain 
Jun 29 2005 Rating: 5/5 Stars

I don't like this cd as much as their old ones, but that doesn't mean I dislike it. On the contrary, it's been in my cd player for a long time, and it still is. Maybe I like Nick's voice too much. I think one of the reasons why Tiger Army is one of my favorite bands is because of his voice. But anyway, this one's slower than the rest, but it has its charm.

If I had to pick 2 favorite tracks, they would be "Santa Carla Twilight" and "Sea of Fire".

Take care.

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Andrew from Willowick, OH 
Jun 20 2005 Rating: 4/5 Stars

A great disc. I liked it. Many good songs. But I do not think it as good as any of thier previous relases. Still worth owning. And a great band live. I still think Power of Moonlite was the best. Ok.

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Shelby from Buckeye, AZ 
Jun 8 2005 Rating: 5/5 Stars

I have just recently got into Tiger Army, and I bought this album and fell in love with it, now I'm a huge fan. This is such a kick ass CD, go buy it now!

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Alex from Henderson, NV 
Feb 21 2005 Rating: 4/5 Stars

I am always skeptical when I buy new CD's, thats why Tiger Army 3 was some what of a let-down at first. Key phrase here is 'at first.' There were tracks like 'Sea of Fire' and 'Santa Carla Twilight' that immediately stood out to me but there was a lot in between that didnt exactly catch my attention. Though as time progressed I found the CD to contain a lot more of these little 'gems' that make a CD worth while. All together it is very well composed, and the vocals are effin rad, truely perfected. All though I prefer 1 and 2, and would recommend those first, 3 is a nice album and deserves a good listen.

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Joey from San Jose, CA 
Nov 24 2004 Rating: 5/5 Stars

it's not a bad record. at least better than most shit released this year. clanky bass is very good. not as psycho as the earlier records but nick 13's voice sounds fuckin sweet. but id get the power of moonlight first.

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