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Stream Phish’s New Album Fuego Now

by Sam D'Arcangelo on June 16, 2014

Phish’s new album Fuego can now be streamed in its entirety via NPR. The Bob Ezrin-produced album features nine songs that the band debuted during their 2013 Halloween show, as well as the 2010 Page McConnell-penned tune “Halfway to the Moon.” Phish had already released the Fuego tracks “Waiting All Night,” “The Line” and “555” steadily over the past few weeks, but this marks the first time that the full album has been available.

Fuego is Phish’s first album since 2009’s Joy. As previously reported, the band will kick off their summer tour on July 1 at the Xfinity Center in Mansfield, MA.

Fuego tracklist:

The Line
Devotion to a Dream
Halfway to the Moon
Sing Monica
Waiting All Night



By phishatMSG - 06/16/14


By Icculus - 06/16/14

Best studio album… I like it more than Billy & Story.  Strong vocals (for a change). Maybe it will get old fast, but the first listen is goo.

By EchoTony - 06/16/14


By ugh - 06/16/14

lulz ok “UGH” get back to your Umphrees tour now brah.

By Charlestoned - 06/18/14

I don’t hate it. Lots of jam potential. Song composition is a bit awkward though. But that’s phish.

By DrC - 06/20/14

This is going to be awesome. I been a phish fan for a long time, seen alot of shows. I am so happy and feeling the live that this band brings to me and my family and friends. The album sounds really deep and weird I love that and that is how phish is.

By jason Eldredge - 06/24/14

You guys are getting old,please don’t take that wrong I just turned 50, you are only getting more creative and sound tighter than every year after year…look forward to all the great shows….and yes I love the new music as well as the old…P.S. I sure miss Jerry and Merl!

By Mt. St. Helens Baby.. - 06/30/14


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