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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 with 3 reviews (See Below)
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Jake from Lewisburg, WV 
Aug 13 2009 Rating: 4/5 Stars

This would be their second-best album in my opinion. Power of Moonlite was better. I would recommend those 2 or the Early Days vinyls before the others.

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

A great record. 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. And the vinyl was on collectible grey or white vinyl which is cool. Ok.

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Luke from Green River, WY 
Jul 14 2004 Rating: 4/5 Stars

i must say not their best performance but still damn good it is a little slow but hey i still love em. If you've never heard them get power of moonlight first their very best record. damn good live. and id like to say the fucker who shot Fred hell their drummer should fucking die a horrible death piece of fucking shit but im glad the fred man is back up and drumming. i love Nick 13 he rocks and Geoff and Fred Tiger army fucking rocks TIGER ARMY NEVER DIE!!!

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