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Catalog Number: DEMCD 155
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|3.||One Beat Of Your Heart||Listen|
|7.||Make Me Bleed||Listen|
|10.||For Hatez Sake||Listen|
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|From: Helix||Date: September 20, 2006 at 15:33|
|For the most part this is a decent glam cd. Sugar Fever was the song that really caught my ears. And dirty Needlez is a great tracks as well.Tigertailz still got the glam way that they started with.|
|From: vamp88||Date: October 16, 2006 at 15:17|
|Bezerk 2.0 is a return to the glam roots. Glad to hear it after the disappointing Wazbones effort. Maybe not quite up to the debut or Bezerk, but a very satisfying release.|
|From: metalmaniac777||Date: December 22, 2006 at 15:20|
|On "Bezerk," Tigertailz was a fun-lovin' glam-metal kitty, full of infectious hooks & sing-along choruses. Next came "Wazbones," and the kitty developed a mean streak; the claws came out, the music got heavier, and while the hooks were still there, the sound was undeniably darker, angrier. Now comes "Bezerk 2.0" and as the title suggests, the fun-lovin' cat of old is back. This is oldschool glam done the way it should be and hair/pop-metal fans would have to be beserk not to pick this one up.|
|From: Leykis101||Date: January 17, 2012 at 8:14|
|Love this disc, stand out track by far is the hilarious song, For Hatez Sake, i believe it's a tribute to marriage, but this is full of catchy choruses, mean guitar riffs, sing along songs and most of all, consistency! pick this one up if you haven't heard it yet, you wont be disappointing!|
|From: hair metal again||Date: September 27, 2013 at 9:46|
|excellent come back by the great TIGERTAILZ!believe me this one is in their classic sound ,with heavy riffs,many hooks and anthemic big choruses!unique band that always delivers and its good hearin from them again!|
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