Tiger Suit

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All lyrics are written by KT Tunstall, except for track 12, "New York, I Love You But You're Bringing Me Down", which is written by James Murphy, Pat Mahoney, and Tyler Pope.

Tiger Suit
Tiger Suit by KT Tunstall.jpg
Studio album by
Released22 September 2010 (2010-09-22)
Recorded2009–2010
Studio Hansa Tonstudio (Berlin)
RAK Studios (London)
Sarm Studios (London)
Genre
Length43:04
Label Relentless
Producer
KT Tunstall chronology
Have Yourself a Very KT Christmas
(2007)
Tiger Suit
(2010)
Live in London March 2011
(2011)
KT Tunstall studio album chronology
Drastic Fantastic
(2007)
Tiger Suit
(2010)
Invisible Empire // Crescent Moon
(2013)
No.TitleMusicLength
1."Uummannaq Song"KT Tunstall3:37
2."Glamour Puss"KT Tunstall, Greg Kurstin 3:19
3."Push That Knot Away"KT Tunstall3:46
4."Difficulty"KT Tunstall4:59
5."Fade Like a Shadow"KT Tunstall3:28
6."Lost"KT Tunstall, Martin Terefe4:41
7."Golden Frames" (featuring Seasick Steve)KT Tunstall3:46
8."Come On, Get In"KT Tunstall, Martin Terefe3:40
9."(Still a) Weirdo"KT Tunstall, Greg Kurstin3:40
10."Madame Trudeaux"KT Tunstall, Linda Perry 3:18
11."The Entertainer"KT Tunstall, Jimmy Hogarth 4:49
Total length:43:04
Japanese special edition bonus tracks
No.TitleMusicLength
12."New York, I Love You But You're Bringing Me Down" (Live from the Hiro Ballroom, New York) James Murphy, Pat Mahoney, Tyler Pope4:49
13."It Doesn't Have to Be Like This (Baby)"KT Tunstall, Seye Adelekan 3:09
Total length:51:02
iTunes Deluxe edition
No.TitleMusicLength
12."New York, I Love You But You're Bringing Me Down" (Live from the Hiro Ballroom, New York) James Murphy, Pat Mahoney, Tyler Pope4:49
  • "(Still a) Weirdo" (Music Video)
  • "Fade Like a Shadow" (Music video)
  • "How to Make a Tiger Suit" (Documentary)
Special DVD edition [19] (available in UK, Germany, France, US)
Tiger Suit (Untamed Edition) 2021 - LP One [20] [21] [22]
No.TitleMusicLength
1."Uummannaq Song"KT Tunstall3:37
2."Glamour Puss"KT Tunstall, Greg Kurstin 3:19
3."Push That Knot Away"KT Tunstall3:46
4."Difficulty"KT Tunstall4:59
5."Fade Like a Shadow"KT Tunstall3:28
6."Lost"KT Tunstall, Martin Terefe4:41
7."Golden Frames" (featuring Seasick Steve)KT Tunstall3:46
8."Come On, Get In"KT Tunstall, Martin Terefe3:40
9."(Still a) Weirdo"KT Tunstall, Greg Kurstin3:40
10."Madame Trudeaux"KT Tunstall, Linda Perry 3:18
11."The Entertainer"KT Tunstall, Jimmy Hogarth 4:49
12."It Doesn't Have To Be Like This (Baby)"KT Tunstall, Seye Adelekan3:10
Tiger Suit (Untamed Edition) 2021 - LP Two
No.TitleMusicLength
1."Lost (Hansa Session)" 4:42
2."Come On, Get In (Hansa Session)" 3:57
3."(Still A) Weirdo (Hansa Session)" 2:58
4."Madame Trudeaux (Hansa Session)" 3:19
5."Scarlet Tulip (Hansa Session)"KT Tunstall4:23
6."Glamour Puss (Demo)" 3:17
7."Difficulty (Demo)" 4:35
8."The Entertainer (Demo)" 4:31
9."Come On, Get In (Demo)" 3:21
10."Tiger Suit (Bonus Track)"KT Tunstall, Martin Terefe3:40

Personnel

Charts and certifications

Release history

RegionDateLabelFormat
Japan22 September 2010 [30] EMI CD
Ireland24 September 2010 Relentless CD
CD+DVD
United Kingdom27 September 2010 Relentless CD
CD+DVD
29 October 2021 Relentless Vinyl [31]
Canada5 October 2010 Virgin CD
CD+DVD
United States
Europe22 October 2010 [32] Relentless CD
25 October 2010 [32] CD+DVD

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