TFK's best album. The album has great lyrics, great music, and Trevor's singing is so much better than on Set It Off. I saw TFK live right before this CD came out, and, though I thought the show wasn't that great, every song they did off this album was amazing. Only downside to the album - it is very short, and two of the tracks are just little party tracks. Sure, they're cool, but some stronger lyrics would have been nice.My favorite track could well be "This is A Call," because I can relate to the lyrics more than any other track on this CD. Least favorite track is Rawkfist, just cause I heard it so many times at Christian parties.
this is absolutely my favorite cd except for maybe TFK's new album. I've had the cd for over a year and still like it that much. And i'm not some internet dude who doesn't know what he's tawkin about either. I listen to all different kinds of Christian music constently and read all the music news online everyday and im pretty much jesus music freak. I have TFK's 3 latest releases and I totally love all of them. they've got incredible guitar riffs matched with AwEsOmE, creative drum beats and Trevor Mcneven's vocals fit perfectly and excitingly and interaestingly with every genre the band performs (including punk, rock, rap, pop, hard rock and elements of pretty much, well, alot. another thing about phenomenon is that NONE OF THE SONGS ARE BAD like many good arist have like 4 great songs and fill the rest of the album with mediocrity. Every single song on the phenomenon album is capable of being a #1 hit. I can't even tell you a stand out song without naming all 12. And anyway I could rave about this cd all day but I won't so just buy it!!
This CD is the bomb. I already knew about "Phenomenon" because I once had a CD called X 2003 and it had "bounce"(don't really care for it any more) on it. Favorite songs are "Phenomenon", "Ordinary", "Quicken", and "Break the Silence". Anyway, IT ROCKS.