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Tigertailz Audio CD
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  • Audio CD (4 Nov 2013)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Scarlet
  • ASIN: B00EOQPU24
  • Other Editions: MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (2 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 129,878 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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5.0 out of 5 stars New Tigertailz,as good as classic Tigertailz 4 Dec 2013
Format:Audio CD|Verified Purchase
I saw the latest line up recently,and was pleasantly suprised by how good they were,especially when they played the new stuff,most of which are on this e.p.
It starts of with THE SHOE COLLECTOR,a track based on Pepsi Tate's short film.They do his memory proud with a gloriously daft sing along anthem.They played it as an encore,and is an instant classic[I was smiling from the first chorus,and singing along by the second].The next 3 songs are catchy enough,with good riffs ,catchy choruses,and input from the new members,while still keeping true to the TAILZ sound.
The best is saved till last with the final track.It is the heaviest,and most ambitious song on the c.d,but still has the TAILZ nack for brilliant chant along chorouses[great live too]
Don't be put off by the dark imagery,or Jay Pepper's fallout with the previous lineup,as this c.d proves that JAY is the keeper of the TIGERTAILZ flame.the c.d is probably the best release in this genre all year.
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5.0 out of 5 stars The Catz Are Back In Action 12 Nov 2013
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I admit that I was quite apprehensive on how this EP would sound as I was unsure if the new vocalist Jules Millis would fit into the "Tailz" sound I loved his other work with White Widdow but that was more AOR, however he has breathed new life into the band and the EP is on constant replay!

Standout tracks for me are the title track and Punched In The Gutz but all are good, cannot wait for a full CD now!
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4.0 out of 5 stars Another classic slice of glam metal from Wales!!! 4 Dec 2013
By Jordan M. Stone - Published on
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This is something we didn't think we would see. New material from a Tigertailz that doesn't include Pepsi Tate. I think Pepsi would be proud of this recording. Considering the revolving door of musicians who have been in this band over the last five or six years, you might think this EP would be representative of the instability within the band -- but it's NOT. This cd features five songs, the best of which is an old song Pepsi himself wrote. The lead single "Shoe Collector" is the weakest of the songs on the cd, so don't judge this recording by that one song. Is this an epic return to glory? No. Is it garbage? No. This cd is no as good as Bezerk or Bezerk 2.0, but it's better than Wazbones and Thrill Pistol, so get it!
3.0 out of 5 stars Wallows too overtly in its own sleaze 14 Jan 2014
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A new EP from the underrated glam metal band Tigertailz is too short and too heavy on the profanity, but musically it is brilliantly crafted. Lead guitarist Jay Pepper is the only rocker left from the classic lineup, but singer Jules Millis handles the vocals quite well as Rob Wylde and Matthew Blakout take care of the rhythm section. Blackout has been with the group off and on since 2005; Wylde and Millis came into the fold in 2012.

As all good “hair metal” albums do, Knives features a combination of fist-pumping hard rock (“Spit It Out”) and a ballad (“One Life”). “Shoe Collector” is a whimsical song about the importance of one’s footwear and pays homage to AC/DC with a quick reference to “Back In Black.” “Bite The Hand” has a definite Poison feel to it with a groove similar to “Look What The Cat Dragged In.” “Punched In The Gutz” may be the catchiest tune on the record, however it is disappointing as the chant spells out the word “bastard.” And that is my issue with this Tigertailz album: it wallows too overtly in its own sleaze.

Instead of wink in the direction of double entendre, Millis just spits it out and leaves nothing to the imagination. Too many bands are going that direction, including the more popular bands like Mötley Crüe. I love the songs, but not the lyrics.
3.0 out of 5 stars Just not Tigertailz 25 Nov 2013
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I love Tigertailz, loved their debuty with Jaimz and thrn loved the Bezerk era, and even loved the Wazbones era........and I am really sorry to say that while this is an okay glam/rock album it just isn't Tigertailz. The voice is gone as sadly is the bassist and it just adds up to an average glam album.
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