TIGERTAILZ: 'Falling Down' Video Posted Online

U.K. rockers TIGERTAILZ have posted their video for the song "Falling Down" at this location (Windows Media). The band's promotional video in over 10 years was directed by bassist Pepsi Tate and "visually complements the fantastic tune of 'Falling Down' with people falling off buildings, cars, bikes etc.," reads a posting on the band's web site.

TIGERTAILZ's new album, "Bezerk 2.0", was released in July via Demolition Records. The CD is the follow-up to the 1990 original "Bezerk" album, which was a U.K. Top 40 hit record.

As the U.K.'s answer to POISON and MÖTLEY CRÜE, TIGERTAILZ were the only U.K.-based band of this ilk to dominate the U.K. charts at the end of the '80s with "Bezerk" hitting the U.K. Top 40 and a U.K. Top 5 live video release filmed in their hometown Cardiff, "Bezerk Live" and "Video Frenzy". With songs that became Top 40 hits and were so catchy you couldn't stop singing them for days, "Love Bomb Baby", "Noize Level Critical", "Heaven" and "Living Without You" all became good time party anthems of a generation, and have influenced some of the contemporary acts of today.


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