Tiger Army / Ii: Power of Moonlite
Album:Ii: Power of Moonlite Collection:General
Artist:Tiger Army Added:Sep 2001
Label:Hellcat Records 

Recent Airplay
1.Apr 22, 2019:indignant, insecure, in taco bell
Remembered Forever
4.Sep 05, 2006:The Top Shelf (the high school special)
In the Orchard
2.Oct 28, 2018:truth to force
5.Nov 17, 2004:press and release
Annabel Lee
3.Apr 25, 2010:The DJ Never Has It
In the Orchard
6.May 12, 2004:It's a Punk Rock World After All
Under Saturn's Shadow

Album Review
Kareem Ghanem
Reviewed 2002-08-04 
The second CD from the Bay Area band. Thirteen guitar-driven punk songs with a few other elements tossed in. There are echoes of all the old 80s punk bands – Misfits, TSOL, The Damned, etc. Most of the songs have a nocturnal/darkness theme. A bit like another popular Bay Area band, AFI. Vocals definitely remind me of Davey Havok (AFI’s singer). The most interesting tunes…
3. very cool, catchy punk-pop song. Not too heavy, not too light.
7. weird ska/rockabilly vibe here. Skittish guitar and more melodic singing, but heavy percussion.
8. begins with an old 60s surf guitar riff. One of the slower songs on the CD, but still has a pretty driving melody. Play this.
10. psycho country-punk! Very cool! If Mike Ness played with Willie Nelson’s band… play it!

Track Listing
1.Prelude: Call of the Ghost 7.Cupid's Victim
2.Towards Destiny 8.Valley of Dreams
3.Incorporeal 9.Annabel Lee
4.Power of Moonlite 10.In the Orchard
5.When Night Comes Down 11.Under Saturn's Shadow
6.Grey Dawn Breaking 12.F.T.W.
 13.Remembered Forever