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#59. Thousand Foot Krutch
Phenomenon

Release Date: September 30, 2003

Thousand Foot Krutch made a risky move with Phenomenon. The album leans away from the rap-rock of Set It Off that had earned them so much attention at the time. That move paid off big-time, especially with the stadium rock anthem "Rawkfist." Looking back, it's hard to picture TFK's success with Phenomenon.
        - Jared Barbosa of the band Southlen

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