Phillip Phillips Albums Ranked

Phillip LaDon Phillips Jr. (born September 20, 1990) is an American singer-songwriter and actor who won the eleventh season of American Idol on May 23, 2012. His coronation song, “Home”, became the best-selling song in American Idol history.[2] His debut album The World from the Side of the Moon was released on November 19, 2012. His second album, Behind the Light, was released on May 19, 2014. His third album, Collateral, was released on January 19, 2018. Phillips started playing music, particularly the guitar when he was 14. He was mentored by his long-time friend and brother-in-law, Benjamin Neil, whom he credits for piquing his interest in music. In 2009, he formed the Phillip Phillips Band with Neil and another brother-in-law, Todd Urick, and performed in various local venues and events. He won a local singing competition, “Albany Star,” in 2010. Here are all of Phillip Phillips’ albums ranked.

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3. Collateral (2018)

Phillip Phillips - Collateral (Album Review) - Cryptic Rock

“I most liked the variety of the different genres of the songs, the different use of instruments particularly the cello, piano etc, and of course Phillip’s amazing ability to tell a story through his writing and use of his unique vocals. Glad to see him back on the music scene….always a big plus!”

2. Behind The Light (2014)

Phillip Phillips - Behind The Light | Releases | Discogs

“This album is the kind that you feel obliged to listen to over and over again because every song is great, you’ll be waking up with any one of them playing in your head and be smiling. Phillip’s amazing voice touches the soul as always”

1. The World From The Side Of The Moon (2012)

The World From The Side Of The Moon - Album by Phillip Phillips | Spotify

“I absolutely adore this album, entirely as a whole, from start to finish. The tracks really flow nicely together, and the instrumentals also have a strong presence throughout the album, which makes a nice addition to the soothing sensation of Phillip Phillips’s voice.”