Tygers Of Pan Tang - Mystical
Z Records
Not Mystical At All
11 songs (49'25)
Release year: 2001
Z Records
Reviewed by Paul

So if this is Tygers Of Pan Tang's coming back, then I am very very disappointed !!!!! This album has nothing mystical at all to offer, except the mighty name and the logo of a brilliant band of NWOBHM. No, no, no this is just a cheap commercial operation for Robb Weir trying to win some easy money... Robb Weir is the only member remaining from the original line up.

Let's face the truth, everything is cheap on this album: the cover, the tittle, the production, the keyboard intro of the album, the riffs, the shity sound of the drums, the songs themselves and even the chorus. Ok some solos are quiet good, but they were so great in the past times. The spirit has gone ...

Only one song reminds the old Tygers Of Pan Tang's style and that's Street Fighter. Jump In Your Shoes is an AC/DC copycat. They didn't need that... This album sounds even worse than the first albums of the band and well we are in the year 2001... So it is a very disappointed fan who's writing a few lines to let his anger out.

My advice is this one : you'd better save your money for this album and spend it for an old one. Hey come on, you'd better go for some pieces like Spellbound or Crazy Night. The Live in Nottingham in 1981 we've already reviewed a few weeks ago is also much better.

So this time the Tyger has been changed into a little pussycat !!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Killing Songs :
Paul quoted 35 / 100
Other albums by Tygers Of Pan Tang that we have reviewed:
Tygers Of Pan Tang - Ambush reviewed by Stefan and quoted 30 / 100
Tygers Of Pan Tang - Live At Nottingham Rock City reviewed by Paul and quoted no quote
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