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Tigertailz - Banzai! (1991) [Japan 1st Press] APE: IMAGE+CUE+LOG | 280.38 MB | MP3 CBR 320 kbps | 107.26 MB | SCANS | Time: 38:03 Genre: Hard Rock, Hair/Glam Metal | Label: Sony Records | Cat.#: SRCS 5512
Banzai! is a 1991 album by Tigertailz. It is a collection of B sides and singles originally for Japan only.It includes a remake version of "Livin' without you", and a live version of "She'z too hot" from their first album Young and Crazy, and two covers: "Creeping Death" by Metallica and "Peace Sells" by Megadeth.
1. Murderess (3:55) 2. Livin' Without You (3:59) 3. Million Dollar Smile (3:27) 4. She'z Too Hot (Live version) (4:37) 5. Creeping Death (6:09) 6. Nine Livez (3:24) 7. Peace Sellz (3:49) 8. For A Few Dollarz More (3:54) 9. Taking The Pain (4:49)
Produced by Tim (Skinboy) Lewis
Tigertailz - Banzai! (1991) [Japan 1st Press]
With 9 awesome tracks compiling B-Sides, Covers (METALLICA & MEGADETH) and their first ever single “LIVIN’ WITHOUT YOU” - but this time sung by second vocalist KIM HOOKER. I could go on about how cool this CD is for an eternity. You have to hear it to believe it. With the highlights being opener ‘MURDERESS’ (a song that failed to make the BEZERK album - I’ll never know why) and those awesome covers “CREEPING DEATH” and “PEACE SELLZ”.
“Simply put, if you like fun rock & roll/metal - BUY THIS! I'll say it again, I simply can't understand how these guys were not big - even though they came along at the end of the "hair metal" era. This album is a collection of B-sides and singles that were put together for a Japan only release. It was re-mastered, along with Bezerk, and both were reissued. This is typical Tigertailz; songs with great hooks, big sing along choruses, but with maybe a little more edge.
Song highlights include: Murderess, Living Without You, She'z Too Hot and Taking The Pain. Also, fans of Metallica and Megadeth might think "who are these guys" to cover Creeping Death and Peace Sells - but the versions here are pretty good. They pretty much stick to the originals and don't try to change the songs. It also shows the harder edge that the band has.
If you are new to Tigertailz, as I was before Amazon recommended Bezerk to me, you would want to start there - but I would suggest getting both Bezerk and Banzai as they are both full of pure Glam-metal fun!” ~ Review by BEANDOG
Pepsi Tate - bass Kim Hooker - vocals Jay Pepper - guitars Ace Finchum - drums