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  1. Aug 17, 2014
    9
    Tremendous album. Clean and crisp. If you're not familiar with Phish, give this album a listen. I must admit I was only familiar with their live work and listened only now and then. My favorite album of the summer!
  2. Aug 3, 2014
    7
    Phish was my first band. I grew up with them and they are essentially the band that got me into music. And despite a bit of track disparity present on this record, I am happy to report they have recovered from a sag in album quality that has lingered since their breakup in the early 2000's. These songs are energetic and fun, probably even more so in their famed live setting. Not the bestPhish was my first band. I grew up with them and they are essentially the band that got me into music. And despite a bit of track disparity present on this record, I am happy to report they have recovered from a sag in album quality that has lingered since their breakup in the early 2000's. These songs are energetic and fun, probably even more so in their famed live setting. Not the best record for studio Phish (that would either be A Picture of Nectar or Farmhouse), but an entertaining listen all the same. Expand
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Generally favorable reviews - based on 6 Critics

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  1. 80
    Like the rest of this disciplined but frisky album, the jam doesn’t ramble; guitar solos are pointed, and each section heads for a clear crest.
  2. Jul 1, 2014
    60
    It’s a very solid record that features generally tight, compact performances of good material.
  3. Jun 30, 2014
    40
    “The Line,” “Winter Queen,” and “Wingsuit” share in the rest of the album’s sterile, self-parodying style of production, but set themselves apart with their uncommon catchiness relative to the rest of Phish’s studio discography.