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Cars Trucks Buses - Phish - Billy Breathes

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  1. Co-produced by Steve Lillywhite and released as Elektra # in , Billy Breathes peaked at No. 7 at , copies (according to Billboard 10/3/98).. On it's released, Billboard Magazine reported (11/2/96), "Rock'n'roll journeymen's latest album is a typically diverse excursion into the edges of rock, jazz, and blues, highlighted by Trey Anastasio's adventurous writing and the band's.
  2. Phish still delve into the deeper waters with sweeping songs like "Theme from the Bottom," but what truly impresses about Billy Breathes is the group's seamless eclecticism and how they master all varieties of roots rock and psychedelic styles.8/
  3. Cars Trucks Buses was played at % of live Phish shows. It was last played December 4, , which was 3 shows ago. There have been shows since the live debut. “Cars Trucks Buses” has been played approximately once every 23 shows. Since its debut, “Cars Trucks Buses” has been played, on average, once every 11 shows.
  4. Phish. Billy Breathes. Released Oct 15, (Available on Cassette, CD) Play Song Free. Buy. Play Song Character Zero. Buy. Play Song Waste. Buy. Play Song Taste. Buy. Play Song Cars Trucks Buses. Buy. Play Song Talk. Buy. Play Song Theme From The .
  5. Listen Live Tonight From The Met. SiriusXM is broadcasting tonight’s show live on Phish Radio (Ch 29) at 8PM ET.
  6. Billy Breathes is the sixth studio album by American rock band Phish, released by Elektra Records on October 15, It remains one of the most popular Phish studio albums, and is credited (like the later release Farmhouse) with connecting the band to a more mainstream audience beyond its strong cult following. Rolling Stone said that Billy Breathes is "a quiet gem of an album" that Genre: Folk rock, psychedelic pop, roots rock.

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