|Tiger Army III: Ghost Tigers Rise|
|Studio album by Tiger Army|
|Released||June 29, 2004|
|Recorded||Grandmaster Recorders, Los Angeles, California; Sonara Recorders, Los Angeles, California|
|Genre|| Psychobilly |
|Label||Hellcat Records/Epitaph Records|
|Tiger Army chronology|
Tiger Army III: Ghost Tigers Rise is Tiger Army's third full-length album. It was released by Hellcat Records on June 29, 2004. It takes the psychobilly of their first two efforts and layers it with elements of country, blues and punk to create a more mature and emotional sound than previous works. The focus of the lyrics on the album range from topics of ghosts and vampires to life and love. The album was well received and led to their first U.S. headlining tour in spring of 2005.
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