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- Song Name: Gone, Gone, Gone
- Artist Name / Band Name: Phillip Phillips
- Produced By: Gregg Wattenberg
- Album Name: The World from the Side of the Moon
- Release Date: February 11, 2013
- Genre: Folk Rock, Pop-Rock, Rock
- Record Label: Interscope
- Written By: Todd Clark, Gregg Wattenberg & Derek A.E. Fuhrmann
- Performance: Peaked at No.
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Phillip Phillips – Gone, Gone, Gone Review
There is no doubt that 2012 was the best year for Phillip Phillips. After winning the title American Idol for the year, he has released a successful album. His winning song ‘Home’ became an instant smash commercial hit.
It ushered his first album ‘The World From the Side of the Moon’ into new and greater heights. Now, the sophomore single from that CD is out to make him even more popular. The song ‘Gone, Gone, Gone’ is obviously destined to be another outstanding song from this great new singer.
Most music critics can’t help but to compare the track to the songs that are usually released by indie band Mumford & Sons. Anyone can bet that the sound is what Phillips really intends to have. The song has solid recording accompanied by building drums, guitar, and faint strings that play in the background.
The lyrics are equally interesting and catchy. You would certainly agree that this one is a stronger single than his first. It simply packs more punches than the lead single, which was apparently safer. The hook is simply outstanding. It can be another great song that repeats the same word three times as its title.