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Artist: Tigertailz

Title: Knives

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Tigertailz Knives Album Cover

 

Category: Hard Rock / Sleaze

Year: 2013

Label: Scarlet Records

Catalog Number: SC 246-0

Personnel

Jules Millis lead vocals
Jay Pepper guitars
Rob Wylde bass
Matt Blakout drums

Tracks

1.  Shoe Collector  
2.  One Life  
3.  Bite the Hand  
4.  Spit It Out  
5.  Punched In The Gutz  

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From: rick kerch vzla Date: December 18, 2013 at 19:02
This is a Ep...the band still kicks a** even though without Pepsi Tate(R.I.P)..."Shoe Collector","Bite The Hand" & "Spit It Out" are my faves.85/100

From: Rob Rocker Date: January 15, 2014 at 12:11
I was really dissapointed when I found out that Kim Hooker was out of the band, and had predetermined that I wouldn't like the new vocalist or EP...... well the new lin-up and music won me over! Of the new songs, I think "Shoe Collector" and "One Life" are as good as anything they have done over their long career and "Punched in the Gutz" also kicks ass, those 3 songs are a nice mix of "classic Tailz" while still sounding fresh/modern. "Spit It Out" sounds like it would have fit on the debut album and "Bite The Hand" is just sort of a filler track for me. I miss Hooker as a vocalist, but maybe some change is what Tigertailz needed because the Knives Ep has that "something" that IMO was lacking on the last album (Thrill Pistol).

From: CC Date: October 21, 2017 at 16:03
To be honest this does sound like Tigertailz (unlike the horrible Blast album), but really lacks something. Without Kim Hooker on vocals it certainly loses some points, as Millis is just a little too generic sounding to be fair. But where it really loses me is the songs themselves. None of them are inherently bad, they just are not special. The first four tracks have a similar vibe to classic era Tailz, and the last track sounds more like something from Wazbones. Maybe they would sound better with Kim, or I would have given them more of a chance, I dunno. All I know is I miss the real Tigertailz.


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