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|Released||28 September 1999|
|Label|| Kill Rock Stars |
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Tigertown Pictures is an album by British indie pop band Comet Gain.It followed a change of record label to Kill Rock Stars and introduced a new band line-up, with the exception of frontman/songwriter David Christian.
CMJ wrote: "Boy/girl lead vocals, astoundingly rough time changes and drunken yet still meaningful lyrics make this effort another interesting episode in this band's soap-operatic career."The Detroit Metro Times wrote: "With tear/beer-stained sentiments and boy-girl vocals, this U.K. gang of four’s art-punky rickety rack explores why our most cherished music turns on us when relationships fail."
|3.||"Jack Nance Rising"||5:07|
|5.||"Germ of Youth/Ghosts of Sulphate"||2:05|
|9.||"When You Come Back I'll Feel Like Jesus Coming Off The Cross"||4:32|
|10.||"Dreaming Of Tigertown"||7:20|
|11.||"Saturday Night Facts Of Life"||2:01|
|12.||"Ballad Of The Arms Of Cable Hogue"||3:24|
|14.||"The Final Anesthetic"||5:16|
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