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Tiger Army

Music From Regions Beyond (Burgundy)


Released on June 5, 2007

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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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Average Customer Rating: 4 with 4 reviews (See Below)
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Song Titles
# Song Name Popularity
1 Prelude: Signal Return  3%
2 Hotprowl  3%
3 Afterworld Voted #3  11%
4 Forever Fades Away  0%
5 Ghosts Of Memory  0%
6 LunaTone  6%
7 Pain Voted #1  33%
8 As The Cold Rain Falls Voted #2  22%
9 Hechizo De Amor  8%
10 Spring Forward  6%
11 Where The Moss Slowly Grows  8%
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Kevin from Houston, TX 
Jul 5 2007 Rating: 3/5 Stars

YES! Another color of vinyl for this release! How cool is that! Unfortunatley I didn't care for the album too much as I wrote in other reviews. For nearly two and a half years I read about how this was going to be some super "Post Psychobilly" record. Only one of the songs comes close to skipping the Psychobilly genre.

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Rita from Hammond, IN 
Jun 22 2007 Rating: 4/5 Stars

This is a rather ambitious Tiger Army album. While it does have songs that are more reminiscent of early works, this cd does seem like a logical progression from "Ghost Tiders Rise". I enjoy many of the songs on this album, however in my opinion it is not their best work. The fact that I was able to get this on the beautiful burgundy vinyl only enhances my appreciation for this record.

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Nathalie from Sacramento, CA 
Jun 16 2007 Rating: 4/5 Stars

Tiger Army Never Die! i still love the first two albums the best, but this ones not bad! It's faster than ghost tigers rise but slower than power of moonlight. If you're looking for an awesome tiger army album, start with TIGER ARMY self titled.

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Connor from Cary, NC 
Jun 5 2007 Rating: 5/5 Stars

Wow, Tiger Army has really outdone themselves. "Music From Regions Beyond" is better than the debut, but not as amazing as "III: Ghost Tigers Rise" or "II: Power of Moonlite". Tiger Army are easily in the top 3 psycho bands around today.The Burgandy Vinyl makes it all the more better, its beautiful when it's spinning. "Pain" is one of Tiger Army's finest achievements. Great album. Tiger Army Never Die!

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