Tiger My Friend

  • Record Label: Leaf
  • Release Date: Nov 2, 2004
User Score
8.7

Universal acclaim- based on 6 Ratings

User score distribution:
  1. Positive: 5 out of 6
  2. Negative: 0 out of 6

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  1. MaxS
    Jan 29, 2005
    10
    Amazing! great melodies, great song structure, wonderfully creative production. This album takes elements of pop and folktronica and mixes them to create music that is both fascinating and joyful in its freedom. absolutely first rate.
  2. J.Henk
    Jan 25, 2005
    9
    Really lovely. One of the best new things I've heard this year.
  3. Gman
    Feb 16, 2005
    8
    The influences on this album are not hard to spot. It is clear that Psapp have been inspired by the likes of Laika, Pram, Stereolab, Mum, Matthew Herbert and Lali Puna. However, despite the fact that they are not exactly exploring new musical terrirories, Psapp are far more than just another ''glitch pop' outfit and definitely have something of their own to offer. The The influences on this album are not hard to spot. It is clear that Psapp have been inspired by the likes of Laika, Pram, Stereolab, Mum, Matthew Herbert and Lali Puna. However, despite the fact that they are not exactly exploring new musical terrirories, Psapp are far more than just another ''glitch pop' outfit and definitely have something of their own to offer. The irresistible child-like melodies and cheeky use of found sounds (including a kitten squeaking, on one track) create something truly special. Despite it's obvious quirkiness, it never becomes tiresome and you can't help but wanting to play over and over again. One of the best this year so far. Expand
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78

Generally favorable reviews - based on 12 Critics

Critic score distribution:
  1. Positive: 9 out of 12
  2. Negative: 0 out of 12
  1. At times touching and at others completely silly.
  2. Those who are intrigued by electronica but find it's too chilly for their tastes would be wise to check out Psapp.
  3. Psapp's music is so beautifully complex that upon first listen it might seem a bit haphazard or amateurish -- with all its bells, whistles, whizzes and whirrs -- but after repeated listens, the oddities take on a precise purpose and fit perfectly within the melodic structure.