The Phantom Tollbooth

Music and more from a Christian perspective

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Since 1996

The Wayside Spiritual Songs as reviewed in The Phantom TollboothThe maturity rings out in every cut of this project, and those seeking to grow in their faith, while keeping their “cool cred” will find much to inspire them to greater heights.

Zombies Live reviewed by Phantom TollboothIt’s all here: a block from a cult album, plus singles chart hits from two decades and three artists.

These Curious Thoughts - What is it and how did it get in there album cover, as reviewed on The Phantom TollboothThese Curious Thoughts write powerful compositions - indie/post-rock at its finest. What is it, and how did it get in there? is unique, strange enough to beg additional listens, and profound enough to demand a few more.

Third Day Miracle CD cover. “I was scared and I started running
Can't say I never saw it coming
When you hit me like a bomb”
That explosion you hear is the sound of the new Third Day album dropping!

ThirdSitting astride the Jazz and Ambient categories, this is one for those who really love tone poems.

Marauder 90A slew of classic rock covers from the voice of Starship

MIchelle Lynn Thompson - Words That FellThe solo debut EP from one of The Wayside’s vocalists showcases one of many talents in this diverse collection of artists.

 Retro-inspireEphphathad homegrown release – but whom is it for?

 This could be the summer rocker for the CCM concertgoer with something between revolt and hope throughout.

thousandftcrutchpick-of-the-monthIf you only buy one album this year, make it this one!

TFK, Oxygen:Inhale as reviewed in The Phantom TollboothAs has always been their case, the album is nearly as good as their live performance.

Thousand Foot Krutch TFK The End is Where We Begin as reviewed in The Phantom TollboothThe end is where we begin, When broken hearts mend and start to beat again’.

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