The Phantom Tollbooth

Music and more from a Christian perspective

Slow down, and have your change ready

Since 1996

strypnomoreThis is a Stryper with more of a raw edge, more of a mature attack, and more of a solid-footing than ever before.

Stryper No More Hell to Pay, With this energy and such powerful vocals, it's hard to believe that they have been around for so long. Tired? It's evidently not a word they know.

STRYPER second coming 90The original line-up goes back into the studio to re-record fourteen classics using todays state-of-the-art equipment ...and two new songs as an extra! Second Coming is much more than a greatest hits collection.....

stryper fallenpick of the monthIt may not quite reach the heights of the previous release, but Fallen shows great ambition for a band this far into its career.

sucreRoses are red, violets are blue, Sucré is sweet and so is A Minor Bird.

Supernal Sky 2New Christian prog that shows classic rock influences along with traces of Morse, Transatlantic, Glass Hammer and ...Petra?

Sweet and Lynchpick of the month...a collaboration by musicians that are masters at what they do, and what they do is produce heavy rock and roll with one foot in the here-and-now and the other foot on a stage somewhere in the heart of classic rock.

Sweet WaitingThe Sweet Comfort Band returns! The funk and jazz are still there, now with almost three decades of maturing as artists thrown in as well. Worth the wait...

pick-of-the-month. Michael Sweet I am not your suicide. Solo Sweet: a Stryper fan's treat – Michael hasn't gone saccharine....

Michael Sweet solo, with friends – a solid, heavy effort with a little more grit than usual….

There’s plenty to bang your head to on this project, air-guitar moments galore, and enough gritty but operatic metal vocal licks to challenge the toughest of vocal chords ….

Switchfoot FadingThere comes a time in a group's evolution where they logically have to stop the forward momentum and explore the musical territory around them. Switchfoot is testing new musical waters.

Fading West, Switchfoot continue to seek out fresh soundscapes. Sometimes it produces classics, but are there enough classics underneath the fine dressing?

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