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Tiger Army

Music From Regions Beyond (Blue)


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  0%
2 Hotprowl  0%
3 Afterworld Voted #1  17%
4 Forever Fades Away  0%
5 Ghosts Of Memory  8%
6 LunaTone  4%
7 Pain  13%
8 As The Cold Rain Falls  13%
9 Hechizo De Amor Voted #2  17%
10 Spring Forward Voted #3  17%
11 Where The Moss Slowly Grows  13%
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Jane from Bellingham, WA 
Dec 4 2007 Rating: 4/5 Stars

Tiger Army's first album since the depature of Geoff Kresge has more emotion than explosion. It's definatley softer than their prior releases, and you can tell that this isn't Nick 13's traditionally self-produced music. The almost techno sound that overpowers the bass is somewhat disappointing. Don't get me wrong, this album is beautifully put together, and 'Where the Moss Slowly Grows' or 'Hechizo de Amor' are a credit to Nick 13's artistry. The cover artwork is striking with a stunning baby blue vinyl to match. All in all, this LP is a must have for all Tiger Army fans, but I'm not sure I would recommend it to people who like Tiger Army's faster side.

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Matthew from Jacksonville, FL 
Aug 6 2007 Rating: 4/5 Stars

different. but pretty good. i would rather hear some fast, bass thumpin beats but it is still pretty good. The blue vinyl LP looks great.

Not my favorite album by these guys, but all in all. its pretty good. I think it will grow on me over time. for that i will give it a 4 star, but at first listen it gets a 3 in my book.

you be the judge.

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

It's really awesome that Interpunk is offering this Tiger Army release on 3 different colors of vinyl! Beautiful artwork too, by the way. As for the album, I didn't care for it too much. Like I said in the CD review, Nick 13 is a genius and has a great voice. However, this is no where near as good as III: Ghost Tigers!

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Leah from Lakewood, CO 
Jun 5 2007 Rating: 5/5 Stars

This album is great, and watching it play on baby blue vinyl is even greater!!! The songs on this album range a bit into different territory, but all of the songs still have that Tiger Army feel. All in all, this is a great record, and after repeated listens, it might become my favorite Tiger Army record.

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