Vinyl LP pressing. Digitally remastered and expanded edition with extensive sleeve notes from all of the band members. Four bonus tracks complete the package including a live track featuring the line up that recorded the album. Uplifted by the reception given to their previous album the band were firing on all cylinders. A set of newly written songs were rehearsed and merely awaiting the magic that Chris would add, as he had done to earlier albums such as the majestic "Spellbound". The band's reputation, as a live act who could deliver had ensured that they were a welcome addition to any festival bill resulting in a sharpness as honed as at any time in their illustrious past. Guitarist Dean Robertson recently commented, "The ideas were good, very good in fact, I think the Jour of us were finally getting what the TYGERS sound was and Robb was buzzing" Those ideas came not from one man but from all band members with new bass player Gav Gray and long serving drummer Craig Ellis proving that they too could write and create new music in true Tygers' style. But we will leave the final word to Robb Weir, the man who founded the band and continues to believe in the power of their music.
Vinyl LP pressing. Digitally remastered and expanded edition with extensive sleeve notes from all of the band members. Four bonus tracks complete the package including a live track featuring the line up that recorded the album. Uplifted by the reception given to their previous album the band were firing on all cylinders. A set of newly written songs were rehearsed and merely awaiting the magic that Chris would add, as he had done to earlier albums such as the majestic "Spellbound". The band's reputation, as a live act who could deliver had ensured that they were a welcome addition to any festival bill resulting in a sharpness as honed as at any time in their illustrious past. Guitarist Dean Robertson recently commented, "The ideas were good, very good in fact, I think the Jour of us were finally getting what the TYGERS sound was and Robb was buzzing" Those ideas came not from one man but from all band members with new bass player Gav Gray and long serving drummer Craig Ellis proving that they too could write and create new music in true Tygers' style. But we will leave the final word to Robb Weir, the man who founded the band and continues to believe in the power of their music.
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Ambush
Artist: Tygers Of Pan Tang
Format: Vinyl
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Vinyl LP pressing. Digitally remastered and expanded edition with extensive sleeve notes from all of the band members. Four bonus tracks complete the package including a live track featuring the line up that recorded the album. Uplifted by the reception given to their previous album the band were firing on all cylinders. A set of newly written songs were rehearsed and merely awaiting the magic that Chris would add, as he had done to earlier albums such as the majestic "Spellbound". The band's reputation, as a live act who could deliver had ensured that they were a welcome addition to any festival bill resulting in a sharpness as honed as at any time in their illustrious past. Guitarist Dean Robertson recently commented, "The ideas were good, very good in fact, I think the Jour of us were finally getting what the TYGERS sound was and Robb was buzzing" Those ideas came not from one man but from all band members with new bass player Gav Gray and long serving drummer Craig Ellis proving that they too could write and create new music in true Tygers' style. But we will leave the final word to Robb Weir, the man who founded the band and continues to believe in the power of their music.