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II: Power Of Moonlite
Tiger Army

"The Power Of Moonlite" gives the "Psychobilly" scene a kick-in-the-ass it has long needed. Front man Nick 13's classic voice is like a bolt of lighting from the past as he bellows over extremely heavy bass lines and thunderous drums. Tracks like "Incorporeal" and "The Power Of Moonlite" hold furious tempos and display Nick's truly unrivaled vocal talent. Tiger Army has managed to capture an anomaly of rhythm and energy on this album. Joining the band, as guests on the record are Davey Havok of A.F.I. and Lars Frederiksen and Matt Freeman of Rancid. "The Power Of Moonlite" adheres to no one standard or genre; basically it defies classification and subsequently eludes a satisfactory description.

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No: #80439

US Rel. Date: 07/24/2001

EU Rel. Date: 07/10/2001

Type: Full

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Editorial Reviews
Music-Review.com

Jessica Harley

Rating: 5 stars Power of Moonlite is a darkly symbolic album with an intellectual flair. The wonderful gothic imagery and lyrics that draw from writers...

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L.A. Weekly

Johnny Angel

Psychobilly --- the mating of '50s rockabilly with early-'80s hardcore --- is generally a tuneless matter. Endless reverb and slap-back delay over hyper-revved-up...

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Average Fan Rating: 5.00

 


antiflag23

04/19/2006

WoW

Amazing album. This album takes a huge step up from thier last. Vocals are amazing as well as the lyrics and melodies. Deserves a 5/5.

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