Clockwork (Phrase album)

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Studio album by Phrase
Released April 27, 2009
Genre Hip hop
Length 64:00
Label Universal
Phrase chronology
Talk with Force
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Canberra Times (positive)[1]
The Age 3.5/5 stars[2]

Clockwork is the second studio album by Phrase. Originally intended for a late 2007 release[3] it was put out in April 2009. It includes collaborations with Bliss n Eso, Jackson Jackson and Daniel Merriweather and has guest appearances by Kram and Wendy Matthews.[4] Clockwork was nominated for an ARIA for best urban album,[5] nominated for Triple J's album of the year[6] and was feature album on Triple J.[7]

Track listing[edit]

  1. Intro
  2. Burn It Down (feat. Max White)
  3. Clockwork
  4. Spaceship
  5. Sky Light (feat. Kram)
  6. The Day You Went Away (feat. Wendy Matthews)
  7. All Good
  8. Paradise (feat. Jackson Jackson)
  9. Stay the Same
  10. Chains (feat. Daniel Merriweather)
  11. Back to the Street
  12. Surrender (feat. Illy)
  13. Push Up
  14. Persistence (feat. Bliss n Eso)
  15. TV N Radio
  16. Street Lights


  1. ^ Canberra Times, 28 May 2009, "Phrase has last word" by Kate Kingsmill
  2. ^ The Age, 24 April 2009, review by Bernard Zuel
  3. ^ Herald Sun, 7 May 2009, "a phrase faze" by Cyclone Wehner
  4. ^ Hobart Mercury, 11 June 2009, "Maturity makes the man" by Kane Young
  5. ^ The Sydney Morning Herald, November 20, 2009, Our ARIA picks
  6. ^ Central Coast Express, 30 September 2009, "Phrase at Woodport"
  7. ^ Melbourne/Yarra Leader, 6 July 2009, "Funkoars with Phrase, Corner Hotel, Richmond"