Tiger (Superette album)

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Tiger
Studio album by
Released1996
Label Flying Nun Records - FN352
Producer Nick Roughan, Superette
Superette chronology
Rosepig
(1994)
Tiger
(1996)

Tiger is a studio album by New Zealand band Superette, released in 1996. [1]

The Superette were an indie rock band on New Zealand's Flying Nun Records.

Contents

Track listing

Side A

  1. Kiss Someone - 3:11
  2. Touch Me - 2:50
  3. Ugly Things - 3:55
  4. Saskatchewan - 5:31
  5. Bye Bye - :40
  6. Felo De Se - 4:19

Side B

  1. Cannibal - 2:59
  2. I Got It Clean - 3:26
  3. Taiwan - 3:16
  4. Funny Weather - 1:46
  5. Killer Clown - 3:47
  6. Waves -3:20

Personnel

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