The Story of the Ghost - Phish

The Story of the Ghost

Phish

  • Genre: Rock
  • Release Date: 1998-10-27
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 14

  • ℗ 1998 Elektra Entertainment Group Inc. Marketed by Rhino Entertainment Company, a Warne

Tracks

Title Artist Time
1
Ghost Phish 3:52
2
Birds of a Feather Phish 4:14
3
Meat Phish 2:39
4
Guyute Phish 8:26
5
Fikus Phish 2:20
6
Shafty Phish 2:21
7
Limb By Limb Phish 3:31
8
Frankie Says Phish 3:06
9
Brian and Robert Phish 3:02
10
Water In the Sky Phish 2:29
11
Roggae Phish 2:59
12
Wading In the Velvet Phish 4:28
13
The Moma Dance Phish 4:28
14
End of Session Phish 1:53

Reviews

  • BEST ALBUM EVER!!!!!?

    5
    By Bully joe bob brown
    I am totally a phish phan and ghost and the rest of the songs in this album are totally radical
  • Brings back memories...

    5
    By Running AE
    I remember playing this over and over while playing Yo Noid for NES.
  • Short but Concise

    5
    By Audiofunkdialect
    Of which my review will be anything but. The first album I had ever heard from Phish was the masterpiece called Rift. Still to this day it is my favorite album, But I don't think this album trails too far behind as far as its dynamics nor quality of song writing (from some stand points it has better song writing cause they are more focused and shorter, possibly being more casual fan friendly.) The sound and quality of musicianship i think has even pinnacled quite possibly all of their former and latter work. I especially enjoy the rhythm section on this album, Jon's drumming is just spectacular, especially on the epic and adventurous ''Guyute'' (maybe my favorite song by them of all-time) and ''Limb by Limb,'' where he really shows off quite a bit. Mike's bass is just hitting the floor, and for that reason I recommend listens with headphones or a really nice speaker system with full range. I suggest the album be listened to from front to back as its a sonic and story telling experience, Phish is a great band, top ten of my all-time favorites and this is one of their best albums, so a good jumping off point for the band as far as newcomers go, along with the albums Farmhouse or Billy Breathes too maybe.
  • I feel like I never told you.....

    5
    By Mike G.
    The Story of the Ghost is Phish's version of Treysy Trey and the Funky Bunch. My basslines on the opening track and Moma Dance are some of my best ever. Some great staples are here, and Tom and Trey's lyrics are topnotch. Plus I like the way it begins and ends in the same space. Very enjoyable. This and Billy Breathes are the two most listenable studio albums.