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Tygers Of Pan Tang - Spellbound (CD, Album)

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  1. © Tygers Of Pan Tang. Site built, hosted & maintained by Thinny Web Design & Music Services Terms and Conditions | Privacy Policy | Cookie Policy | Privacy Policy.
  2. The British Tygers Of Pan Tang was founded in and was quite successful during the glory days of NWOBHM thanks to great albums such as "Wild Cat" () and "Spellbound" ().
  3. Tygers of Pan Tang is a heavy metal band. Albums: Wild Cat, Spellbound, Crazy Nights, The Cage, The Wreck-age.. Members: Robb Weir, Craig Ellis, Jacopo Meille, Gavin Gray, Micky Crystal.. Labels: MCA Records, Spitfire Records, Mighty Music.
  4. Tygers of Pan Tang to release live album ‘Hellbound Spellbound Live ’ featuring John Sykes Mighty Music will be releasing a blast of the past with a vintage live performance from Tygers of Pan Tang, which had ex- Whitesnake guitarist John Sykes in the line-up, with the release of Hellbound Spellbound Live on December 21,
  5. TYGERS OF PAN TANG lyrics - "Spellbound" () album, including "Don't Stop By", "Tyger Bay", "Story So Far".
  6. "Ambush" ( re-issue) comes newly remastered at Medley Studios, Copenhagen, with extensive sleeve notes from all of the band members. Four bonus tracks complete the package including a live track featuring the line up that recorded the album. lt.
  7. TYGERS OF PAN TANG Spellbound Album · · NWoBHM Warthur With new vocalist Jon Deverill onboard, the second Tygers of Pan Tang album finds them performing an exciting and accessible style that fits in well with their NWOBHM contemporaries.
  8. TYGERS OF PAN TANG "Tygers Of Pan Tang" (Mighty Music) Only The Brave Dust Glad Rags The Reason Why Never Give In Do It Again I .
  9. Tygers Of Pan Tang's second album "Spellbound" () sure is a more consistent effort than their debut "Wild cat". With a change in line up (adding a second guitar player by the name of John Sykes and a new singer in Jon Deverill), the Tygers were on their way towards the top in the heavy metal league back in the early 's/5(20).

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