Billy Breathes - Phish

Billy Breathes

Phish

  • Genre: Rock
  • Release Date: 1996-10-15
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 13

  • ℗ 1996 Elektra Entertainment Group

Tracks

Title Artist Time
1
Free Phish 3:48 USD 1.29
2
Character Zero Phish 3:58 USD 0.99
3
Waste Phish 4:49 USD 1.29
4
Taste Phish 4:07 USD 0.99
5
Cars Trucks Buses Phish 2:24 USD 0.99
6
Talk Phish 3:09 USD 0.99
7
Theme from the Bottom Phish 6:22 USD 0.99
8
Train Song Phish 2:33 USD 0.99
9
Bliss Phish 2:03 USD 0.99
10
Billy Breathes Phish 5:31 USD 0.99
11
Swept Away Phish 1:16 USD 0.99
12
Steep Phish 1:37 USD 0.99
13
Prince Caspian Phish 5:19 USD 0.99

Reviews

  • Phish's best studio album

    5
    By The Wolfman's Brother
    Title sums it up. Definitely my favorite non-live album. Relaxing, smooth, mellow.
  • Phreaking amazing

    5
    By Ming11
    If I wasn't in to phish before, this album catapulted me there.... But I was and this album made me love them even more. Play it loud and on repeat, end of the album merges perfectly with the beginning...
  • I feed from the bottom!!!!

    5
    By ripripn
    One of my favorite Phish albums to play to on drums!!!! This is one album I like to start from beginning to end!!!! The music just seems to mesh together in great harmony, not overpowering one instrument over the other!!!!!! A must buy for any Phish fan new or old!!!!
  • Don't you see anything that you'd like to try?

    5
    By miles smiles
    It's amazing what an acoustic guitar thrown into the mix will do for a scorchingly guitar-driven jam band. Wholly organic and simple, yet intense and spellbinding, Billy Breathes is arguably Phish's finest studio work. This should be the album a newcomer should delve into before never looking back. Its rocking guitars, mezmerizing vocal interplay, natural piano, melodic bass lines and patterned drums reap the benefits from Steve Lillywhite's production, without the slick feel of a pop album. "Free" invites you in and seems familar as is hits the high points the jam band is known for. You feel the passenger's affinity with travel in the beautiful "Train Song" and want to ride along. The guitar anthem of "Character Zero" drives the energy of the album, where you want to "Taste" and be "Swept Away," and as "Waste" beckons you, you never want to leave.
  • My Favorite Phish Album!!

    5
    By theotherone58
    This album is great from start to finish. I bought this cassette on the way to see these guys in Champaine, IL back in 96. Inside the J card it said that they are slowing down the music for a bit. Yes, the songs are a bit slow but the music and lyrics are top notch. A must own!