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Category: Hard Rock
Label: Edgy Records (Europe)
Catalog Number: EDGY102
|6.||Silver And Gold|
|8.||The Story So Far|
|10.||Don't Stop By|
|11.||All Or Nothing bonus track|
|12.||Don't Give A Damn bonus track|
|13.||Bad Times bonus track|
|14.||It Ain't Easy bonus track|
|15.||Don't Take Nothing bonus track|
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|From: Axelinger||Date: August 11, 2003 at 9:11|
|The most solid Tygers album from start to finish; not a weak link amongst the original 10 tracks... Unfortunately, the label rushed them back into the studio to make the next album, and that made for a rushed follow-up effort... Given more time (and sounder management) with Sykes in the line-up, they could've been monstrously huge, but they really couldn't keep such a talent from moving upward into the ranks of the already-established... This album always ranks in my Top Ten...|
|From: Rockhead||Date: July 8, 2004 at 9:24|
|The best TOPT album by a mile. Worth owning for 'Don't stop by' wghich has an absolute belter of a solo from I believe Mr Sykes. Always a much better proposition live, this album features a very solid set of songs.|
|From: uusiolli||Date: August 15, 2004 at 18:03|
|Just plain NWOBHM. No really good songs. Goes through the motions with ease, and some quite nice moments. 6/10|
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|From: Jez||Date: January 14, 2005 at 8:03|
|Definately my fave Tygers release - remember seeing the band on tour with this one. The band actually had a much more varied set of songs than on the debut 'Wild Cat'(which i always found very samey). John Deverill was also a much better vocalist than Jess Cox and put in an excellent performance throughout. Highlights for me , the excellent Ballad 'Mirror', 'Hellbound' 'The Story So Far' and the fabulous 'Don't Stop By' (one of the best songs the band ever recorded).|
|From: rick kerch vzla||Date: January 9, 2007 at 21:06|
|'Gangland'&'Spellbound' breaks barriers dowm!!!.What a classic lesson of teaching hard rock here!!!.With this album i thought that they were going to turn huge but shamely it wasn't that way.John Deverill's vocal work was fantastic(with all respect to their first vocalist).If you don't have any records by TOPT try this one and surely you'll get hook on!!!.|
|From: Clayton77||Date: January 9, 2007 at 23:37|
|HIGHLY RECOMMENDED!!!! Deverill & Sykes...BRILLIANT!!!!|
|From: Metal T||Date: November 28, 2008 at 13:06|
|Great album! Can't add much more than has already been said.An absolute certified classic of a record.Especially 'Take It' & 'Hellbound'-which ive always dug...Bay area thrasher's Heathen do a ripping cover of 'Hellbound' i might add.--|
|From: rick kerch vzla||Date: May 26, 2011 at 22:42|
|Wow listening 2 this again...this band deserved more than a simple status in the NWOBHM league...they should have been huge!!!...i wrote a comment way back in 2007 but in order to add something about the songs,well mates try "Gangland","Hellbound" & "Mirror" which are the best ones but also "Silver And Gold","The Story So Far" & "Blackjack"...great album!!!...90/100|
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