The Wreck-Age is the fifth studio album by British heavy metal band Tygers of Pan Tang, produced in 1985 on Music for Nations. Side one. "Waiting" (Jon Deverill, Steve Thompson) - 5:29. Protection" (Martin Broad, Trevor Steel, Deverill) - 3:08. Innocent Eyes" (Lorna Wright) - 3:02. Desert of No Love" (Thompson) - 4:09. The Wreck-Age" (Deverill, Thompson) - 3:27. Side two. "Women in Cages" (Wright)- 3:05. Victim" (Thompson, Deverill) - 3:41. Ready to Run" (Deverill, Thompson) - 4:54.
Tygers of Pan Tang are a heavy metal band, part of the new wave of British heavy metal movement. They formed in 1978 in Whitley Bay, England, and were active until 1987. The band reformed in 1999 and continue to record and perform. The name is derived from Pan Tang, a fictional archipelago in Michael Moorcock's Elric of Melniboné fantasy series whose wizards keep tigers as pets.
The Wreck-Age (1985)The Wreck-Age1985. The Cage is a 1982 album by British heavy metal band Tygers of Pan Tang, released on MCA Records. It marked a move in a more commercial direction, selling over 200,000 copies and giving birth to two top 50 songs in the UK, namely the covers of Leiber & Stoller's "Love Potion No. 9" and the lesser known RPM song "Rendezvous". Another single charted at 63: the Steve Thompson song "Paris by Air".
It's actually Steve Thompson playing bass on the album. Donaldson joined shortly afterwards for the tour. Printed inner sleeve. Made In France on the label. Matrix, Runout (A-side, etched): MPO MFN 50 A1 TimTom. Matrix, Runout (B-side, etched): MPO MFN 50 B1 TY.
Album (Studio full-length). Tygers of Pan Tang Lyrics (62 songs). The Wreck-age Lyrics (5 songs).
Tracklist: 1. Waiting, 2. Protection, 3. Innocent Eyes, 4. Desert Of No Love, 5. The Wreck-Age, 6. Women In Cages, 7. Victim, 8. Ready To Run, 9. All Change Faces, 10. Forgive And Forget. More albums from Tygers Of Pan Tang: Hellbound Spellbound Live 1981 by Tygers Of Pan Tang. Ambush by Tygers Of Pan Tang. Burning In The Shade by Tygers Of Pan Tang. Live At Nottingham Rock City by Tygers Of Pan Tang. Crazy Nights by Tygers Of Pan Tang. Animal Instinct by Tygers Of Pan Tang. Tygers Of Pan Tang by Tygers Of Pan Tang. Wild Cat by Tygers Of Pan Tang. View all albums . The Wreck-Age.
But, the obvious now stated, Wreck-Age is not a bad spin. After an auspicious opening salvo of fiery metal slabs, here the Tygers return from legal hassles with their tails between their legs, offering safe hair to clog airwaves and make videos with, with no guilty treasures like "Paris by Night" coiled in the grooves. Keyboards and electronic drums let the listener know it's the big '80s right off the bat in opener "Waiting. The Tygers' claws have been sharper, but Wreck-Age holds hooks all the same
lt; The Best of Tygers of Pan Tang (1984). It's actually Steve Thompson playing bass on the album. Recording information