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Customer Reviews

What a find.

I broused this album after seeing that it scored well on metacritic and found that all the praise it has gotten was well deserved. Although the book end songs (Sun, Arise!, Sun's Arising) are only alright, everything song in between is pure gold. I was so impressed that I bought some of his earlier albums too. I personally think "Song for Zula", "Muchacho's Song", "A Charm/A Blade" and "The Quotidian Beasts" are the stand out songs, but this is one of those albums where my favorite song keeps changing. Well worth my money.

break up?

hell yeah... and it worked for my stupid break up!!! I love it... bought on a whim, flicking thru iTunes... what a gem!!

Song For Zula With or Without You

Aside from the fact that you can sing U2's "With or Without You" to the music in "Song For Zula" note for note. I think that this is a fantastic album. Great feel and real emotions in the songs. A definite must have!

Biography

Formed: 2000 in Athens, GA

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '00s, '10s

Athens, Georgia resident Matthew Houck is the sole member of Phosphorescent. Houck's career began in 2000 when he released the Hipolit album under the name Fillup Shack. A tour of England and Spain followed, and while the European press drew comparisons to Bob Dylan and Will Oldham, The London Evening Standard declared him "the most significant American in his field since Kurt Cobain." Houck's first release as Phosphorescent, entitled A Hundred Times or More, appeared in 2003 on the Warm label. The...
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