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Artist: Tigertailz

Title: Thrill Pistol

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Category: Glam

Year: 2007

Label: Castle Music

Catalog Number: CMFDD1529

Personnel

Pepsi Tate bass
Jay Pepper guitar
Kim Hooker vocals
Matthew Blakout drums (On Thrill Pistol CD)
Andy Skinner drums (On Wazbonez CD)

CD 1 is "Thrill Pistol" - CD 2 is "Wazbonez"

Tracks


Disc 1
1.  Brain the Sucker  
2.  Long Live the New Flesh  
3.  Twisted  
4.  Thrill Pistol  
5.  Milez Away  
6.  Natural Born Animal  
7.  Only You  
8.  Tongwynlais Fly  
9.  Hanging by the Heelz  
10.  Serpent Queen  

Disc 2
11.  TYFHO  
12.  Wazbonez  
13.  Make me Bleed  
14.  Dirty Needlez  
15.  I Believe  
16.  Love Junkie  
17.  One Beat of Your Heart  
18.  Show Me  
19.  Love Can Kill  
20.  The Final Solution  

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Existing comments about this CD

From: CC Date: September 9, 2007 at 8:54
I'm kinda split on this one. Its by no means a classic TT album, but its still a hell of a lot stronger than so many "glam" acts. The Wazbonez CD is a nice addition, even though I already own most of these versions on the Wazbonez demoz bootleg. Overall Thrill Pistol itself is nowhere near as instant as previous TT albums, but I defo think its a grower even if it never quite matches Bezerk!

From: YNGWIEVIKING Date: October 1, 2007 at 5:49
just OK !76/100 in fact the bonus "wazbonez"CD is much better and worth buying it ! totally agree with CC i think it can be better with much time ! R.I.P. PEPSI TATE /(

From: Geoff Date: October 8, 2007 at 1:01
The bonus disc, 'Wazbones' is f*cking awesome. Maybe a silly move to pack this with the new album, because there is just no comparison in terms of song quality. To me, it seems Tigertailz have forgotten how to write a good chorus/hook and that is obvious with 'Thrill Pistol'. No songs are truly awful, but most fall short of being good too. Not the worst album, but IMO it's weaker than 'Bezerk 2.0' and I hope they do better next time. RIP Pepsi.


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