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After going on an indefinite hiatus that ended up lasting over two years, Phish has reunited, and, with astonishing speed, recorded Round Room, their first studio album since 2000's acclaimed Farmhouse. The band originally planned to record a new studio album in early 2003, but upon getting together to rehearse in September the quartet experienced such a powerful burst of creative energy that they chose to track the new material on the spot. That exuberance can be heard throughout the album's dozen tracks, making Round Room a new highlight in a catalog that has sold millions.

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After the release of Farmhouse, Phish took a two-year break during which the Vermont jam band released a slew of live albums and splintered into several side projects: Singer-guitarist Trey Anastasio made a solo disc and recorded with Oysterhead, his all-star outfit with former Primus bassist Les Claypool and former Police drummer Stewart Copeland; bassist Mike Gordon collaborated with Leo Kottke and made a movie about Gov't Mule; drummer Jon Fishman made an album with Pork Tornado; and keyboardist Page McConnell released an album as Vida Blue. Despite anxiety that the separation may have disrupted the band's raw chemistry, when the members of Phish regrouped in the studio under the pretense of rehearsing for a New Year's Eve show they walked out with this album four days later. Clocking in just past the 78-minute mark, Round Room is looser and more relaxed than its predecessor. Although stately, spiraling songwriting remains at the fore, there is a charming tossed-off air to Gordon's "Mock Song" ("Penny, thistle, cell phone, blow / Reap what you sow," goes one verse) and Anastasio's "Thunderhead" ("I need a new way to express myself so you don't need to guess"). More encouraging still, the weaving guitars and chugging rhythms mark another step closer to capturing Phish's live prowess on tape. --Aidin Vaziri

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