It is fair to say that the recent single “Amazon” impacted me a bit. When I put together my end-of-year playlist, I knew it had to be the opening song. It’s that good. It is. But one swallow does not make a summer, as they say, and one track isn’t a whole album. So the only question I had going into Phased Out was, would the other tracks accompanying it be of a similar standard? The short answer is …yes! The longer answer is…hell, yes! But as this is a review, I had better go into more detail than that…

Read the full review at The Big Takeover

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