Wales's finest follow up 2004's 'Lifeblood' with this, their eighth studio album. An attempt to fuse the majesty and grace of their early post-Richey work with the raw punk rock they briefly returned to on 'Know Your Enemy', the album is overtly political (the title is a reference to the farcical "liberation" of Baghdad Zoo in 2003). Produced once again by longtime collaborator Dave Eringa, it includes the singles 'Your Love Alone Is Not Enough' (featuring the Cardigans' Nina Persson) and 'Underdogs'.
Send Away The Tigers
Your Love Alone Is Not Enough (feat. Nina Persson)
The Second Great Depression
I Am Just A Patsy