Out of all the Brady Bunch albums, The Phonographic Album is the weakest. It follows the same formula as its predecessors, but the tunes aren't quite so catchy and the songs aren't quite so campy, which means the record is just dull and boring. It's an album that should only be heard by '70s kitsch fanatics. The 1996 compact disc reissue contains a handful of bonus tracks taken from the Chris Knight and Maureen McCormick duet album, which make the CD debut here.
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AllMusic Review by Stephen Thomas Erlewine