Tidal Wave is the seventh studio album by American rock band Taking Back Sunday. During the touring cycle for Happiness Is (2014), the group worked on material for their next record. Following a holiday show in late 2015, guitarist John Nolan was expecting his second child and wished to be nearby. As a result, vocalist Adam Lazzara was informed by engineer Mike Pepe of a studio close by that he worked at, Sioux Sioux Studio in Charlotte, North Carolina.
'Tidal Wave' is a tsunami of a record, drowning Taking Back Sunday's past post-reunion efforts. Amber Bettis (New Noise Magazine). Taking Back Sunday Tidal Wave (Hopeless Records). I’m sure I’m not going to be the only one to make this comparison, but Tidal Wave is a tsunami of a record, drowning Taking Back Sunday’s past post-reunion efforts.
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Tidal Wave vs Tsunami. Tsunami is a dreaded word in some parts of the world that are in Asia and the Pacific. The world saw the huge devastation caused by Indian Ocean Tsunami that struck many countries lying in Asia. Tsunamis have a history in some Asian countries, and they can be very destructive if they hit coastlines. There are many people who call tsunamis as tidal waves. However, despite appearing as a huge tidal wave, tsunamis are much different from them.
The tallest wave ever recorded was a local tsunami, triggered by an earthquake and rockfall, in Lituya Bay, Alaska on July 9, 1958. A tsunami with a record run-up height of 1720 feet occurred in Lituya Bay, Alaska.
|Tidal Wave (Tsunami)||4:05|
|6.14171||Ellen Bernfeld||Tidal Wave (Tsunami) (7", Single)||Zip||6.14171||Germany||1984|
|6.20 323, 6.20323 AE||Ellen Bernfeld||Tidal Wave (Tsunami) (12", Maxi)||Zip, Teldec||6.20 323, 6.20323 AE||Germany||1984|
|6.14171||Ellen Bernfeld||Tidal Wave (Tsunami) (7", Promo)||Zip||6.14171||Germany||1984|