Limited blue, black and white colored vinyl LP pressing. Acceptance's Phantoms was an under-appreciated album when it first came out in 2005 - there's no doubt about that. Years later, pop-rock / pop-punk fans look back on the album with an adoring fervor, treasuring vocalist Jason Vena's lyricism and the catchy, well-thought-out melodies present in the musicianship. Phantoms is even more special because it's the only record Acceptance ever released; while it's obvious that the album is very good on it's own, there's always a small tease when listeners wonder how good the band could have been if they were able to stick together a little longer.
Limited blue, black and white colored vinyl LP pressing. Acceptance's Phantoms was an under-appreciated album when it first came out in 2005 - there's no doubt about that. Years later, pop-rock / pop-punk fans look back on the album with an adoring fervor, treasuring vocalist Jason Vena's lyricism and the catchy, well-thought-out melodies present in the musicianship. Phantoms is even more special because it's the only record Acceptance ever released; while it's obvious that the album is very good on it's own, there's always a small tease when listeners wonder how good the band could have been if they were able to stick together a little longer.
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Format: Vinyl
Label: AIS
Rel. Date: 07/23/2021
UPC: 616892140146

Phantoms
Artist: Acceptance
Format: Vinyl
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Limited blue, black and white colored vinyl LP pressing. Acceptance's Phantoms was an under-appreciated album when it first came out in 2005 - there's no doubt about that. Years later, pop-rock / pop-punk fans look back on the album with an adoring fervor, treasuring vocalist Jason Vena's lyricism and the catchy, well-thought-out melodies present in the musicianship. Phantoms is even more special because it's the only record Acceptance ever released; while it's obvious that the album is very good on it's own, there's always a small tease when listeners wonder how good the band could have been if they were able to stick together a little longer.