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Artist: Tygers Of Pan Tang

Title: Mystical

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Category: Melodic Metal

Year: 2001

Label: Z Records

Catalog Number: ZR 1997053


Robb Weir guitars, keyboards
Tony Liddell vocals
Deano guitars
Craig Ellis drums
Brian West bass


1.  Detonator  5:52
2.  Firepower  4:34
3.  Keep the Rock Alive  3:41
4.  Secret  3:45
5.  Mystical  4:50
6.  Roar  4:22
7.  Street Fighter  3:40
8.  Jump in Your Shoes  4:50
9.  Ride 4 Free  4:32
10.  Greed  4:36
11.  Sun Lotion Suicide  4:40
Total Running Time:  49:22

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From: Wotty Date: September 7, 2005 at 7:56
When I hear the name "Tygers" I drift back to the 80s when this band were so close but not close enough to breaking it "Big".Then the usual happened,they split.Then this surfaced,and as much as I applaud Rob Weir for trying to keep the flag flying,this cd is better off being used as a coaster.In short,it is Rubbish !!And it pains me to say so !!!

From: IronSaviour Date: November 7, 2006 at 18:53
The track "Keep this rock alive" is something Run dmc would have used back in the 80's. Guitar riffs galore, then they start rapping the verses...uuggh. Their are some decent rockin' songs on here but overall, for die hards only.

From: rick kerch vzla Date: January 9, 2007 at 21:39
I have always written good comments about TOPT albums but shamely i didn't like at all this one.Ok is tygers but a weak one.The songs are kinda normal metal for my ears and nothing new is offered here.Anyway if you like the band(like i do)possibly you'll forgive this.

From: Metal T Date: February 21, 2007 at 12:00
First 2 songs "Detonator" and "Firepower f'n crank! ...then it kind of goes downhill fast from there unfortunately.

From: z4roxx Date: August 13, 2007 at 15:37
Agree that this is made by generic metal riffs but I think there are thousand releases more painful and awful like this one.BTW not to be compared with the old works but not totally bad IMO.7/10.

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