Please Her with a Tweezer: the Most Brilliant Albums of Phish

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You’re in luck. It’s not too late for you to catch on to one of the most novel yet obscure phenomena the world over. Granted you’ll be what the Heads so endearingly refer to as a newb, the boys are still killing it and everyone’s welcome to tag along for the ride. Following in the wake of the Grateful Dead, Phish emulate little more than the rigorous touring and freeform jamming of their predecessor, providing a style uncanny, and of preternatural magnitude. Although their proficiency is exemplified via live performance, their brilliance certainly does not elude the studio, and for a decent idea of what you might get yourself into, here’s a list of their top 5 albums.
Please Her with a Tweezer: the Most Brilliant Albums of Phish
Image Credit: Timesunion.com
You’re in luck. It’s not too late for you to catch on to one of the most novel yet obscure phenomena the world over. Granted you’ll be what the Heads so endearingly refer to as a newb, the boys are still killing it and everyone’s welcome to tag along for the ride. Following in the wake of the Grateful Dead, Phish emulate little more than the rigorous touring and freeform jamming of their predecessor, providing a style uncanny, and of preternatural magnitude. Although their proficiency is exemplified via live performance, their brilliance certainly does not elude the studio, and for a decent idea of what you might get yourself into, here’s a list of their top 5 albums.
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Heads out there know this is an impossible argument, but I can’t cover the best 16 of 16 albums, so settle down. If you’re not too blown by my not including Story of the Ghost or Hoist, or if you have any other serious qualms and you think you can type coherently, have at it, just keep it short. As for the newbs, keep quiet and don’t grow up to be wooks.

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