The Phantom Tollbooth

Music and more from a Christian perspective

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Since 1996

Jayme Stone's Room of Wonders as reviewed in The Phantom TollboothAfrica to Appalachia man travels the world of dance with his banjo

 

Randy Stonehill Lazarus HeartRevisiting this classic means saying hello to old friends behind the mic and in the production.

Stornoway – Bonxie A bit like a Lightning Seeds for the new century, this is a band that exudes natural appeal and does so with humility, poetic spirit and great verve.  

God of Every Story 90God is faithful to every Story and each one that trusts in Him

God With Us 90 “Let us find our rest in Thee”

The Ferryman’s Curse aims for the head and the heart more than the feet. …a more mature Strawbs delivering a classic rock/pre-prog collection of perfectly-executed story-songs                             

Stryper makes metal great again - maybe they’ll make a believer out of you...

stryper fallenpick of the monthStryper marches on with Fallen – exactly what you want to hear from the iconic pop-metal band with a few surprises on the side...

Stryper Whiskypick-of-the-monthWith Stryper there are certain expectations - and all of them are met on this live project, which rocks without mercy...

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.

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