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Gazing Globe
Review by Gary Hill
This is arguably TagYerit’s best album. At least I like it better than the rest.

Heavy Construction
Review by Gary Hill

This album is a wonderfully entertaining piece of work. Essentially, the entire disc is catchy pop tunes, but all of them are done in a very left of field manner.

Review by Gary Hill
In some ways this album has more world music and folk than anything else in the TagYerit catalog.

Review by Gary Hill
The second album by Tag Yerit, this one is a bit less humorous than the last one. It still has some definite funny stuff, though, and carries on with the musical themes of the band; sort of a quirky combo of sounds as diverse as '60's and '50's rock, The B-52's and Blondie.

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