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GRANT LEE PHILLIPS Strangelet - Reviews

“Still at the top of his game …with a dozen songs that crisscross between anguish and optimism, discord and salvation, crafted with the deftness of a poet and the ingenuity of a composer. Phillips has made perhaps his most intimate recording yet.”
- Amazon

“…always elegantly sung and recorded … the new album [offers] gems on par with those of his previous band.”
- Billboard

“[Strangelet] strives after hope, if not glory, building to a rare expression of life's enriching possibilities for a sensitive, singer songwriter whose taut poetic visions are wrapped in a sun-streaked romanticism.”
- No Depression

“Blessed with pure pop sensibility and a creamy vocal style, Phillips' guiding principles are still subtlety and understatement. [Strangelet] is one of his finest to date.”
- Detroit Free Press

“..a collection of reliable, trust worthy tunes. And in this day and age, that's saying a lot.”
- Filter

“Sixteen years into one of the most joyously melodic careers of our age…Phillips is writing the most intimate songs of his career …”
-Goldmine

“An old fashioned crooner for the Nirvana Generation, Phillips wields a dark, smoky voice that's one of the great instruments in music today.”
- Paste

“Throughout [the new album], Phillips' restrained tenor remains a thing of beauty and helps to further sharpen material whose impact deepens with each listen.”
- Performing Songwriter

“…the album rings with integrity, continuing the threads of mythical Americana via glam and folk rock that have always been Phillips' musical bread and butter.”
- PopMatters

“”The gripping “Strangelet” strives for a tricky balance of darkness and light…and succeeds thanks to the raw charisma of [his] vocals. Grant Lee Phillips rarely disappoints….”
-SPIN