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5 stars some serious progressive jazz-rock, funky, fusion hybrid done in a slightly playful way. Phish's music has always been more upbeat than your usual prog, mixing in all different kinds of genres and being highly influenced by Zappa (as many jam bands are, whether they know it or not). this first album proves all points and then some that Phish were an extremely progressive band. just check out the epics You Enjoy Myself, Divided Sky, David Bowie, Fluffhead to see what I mean. of course the live versions of all their songs beat the studio, but for first time Phish listeners, this is the one to get.
mysticboogey | 5/5 |


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