Tiger, My Friend

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Tiger, My Friend
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Cover art by Galia Durant
Studio album by
ReleasedNovember 2, 2004
Genre Electronica
Label Domino Recording Company
Producer Carim Clasmann
Galia Durant
Psapp chronology
Buttons and War EP
Tiger, My Friend
The Only Thing I Ever Wanted
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The original Leaf Label cover of Tiger, My Friend
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Tiger, My Friend is the first album by electronica band Psapp. It was originally released on The Leaf Label and was later reissued by Domino Records, which now controls Psapp's entire catalog.


Track listing

All tracks are written by Psapp at Fishtank Studios, London, except where noted.

1."Northdown Flat B1"0:31
2."Rear Moth"3:56
3."Leaving in Coffins"4:13
4."Calm Down" (Psapp, Tim Whelan)4:21
5."Velvet Pony"3:48
6."About Fun"3:42
8."King Kong"4:10
9."The Counter"3:51
11."Tiger, My Friend"4:03



Additional personnel


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  1. "Tiger My Friend by Psapp". Metacritic . Retrieved October 14, 2016.