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Clutch - Clutch mp3 download

Performer: Clutch
Title: Clutch
Style: Alternative Metal,Alternative Pop/Rock,Alternative/Indie Rock,Grunge,Heavy Metal
Location: Uncle Punchy's Studios, Silver Spring, MD
Duration: 54:58
Released: May, 1995
Date of recording: December, 1994 - January, 1995
Size MP3 version: 1138 mb
Size FLAC version: 1405 mb
Size WMA version: 1284 mb
Rating: 4.6
Votes: 758
Format: VOX MOD MIDI AHX FLAC MP4
Genre: Pop Rock

Clutch - Clutch mp3 download


Enjoy!! :) Clutch is the second full-length album by rock band Clutch

Band: Clutch Album: Earth Rocker Tracks: 1. Earth Rocker 0:00 2. Crucial Velocity 3:29 3. Mr. Freedom 7:30 4. .

Official page of the rock band Clutch.

Clutch is the (self titled) second full-length album by the band Clutch which was released in May 1995; the second and last for East West Records, a now defunct sub-label of Warner Bros. It saw the return of "Uncle Punchy" Lawrence Packer to the production of the album and a return to Uncle Punchy Studios in Silver Spring, MD. It is the band's best-selling album in the US, at over 200,000 copies, to date.

Clutch (disambiguation) - A clutch is a mechanical device which provides for the transmission of power from one component to another.

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Лейблы EastWest Records. Музыкальный стильStoner. Владельцы этого альбома40.

Clutch is the second full-length album by the band Clutch which was released in May 1995; the second and last for East West Records, a now defunct sub-label of Warner Bros. Clutch (Clutch album). 1995 studio album by Clutch.

This Clutch discography is ranked from best to worst, so the top Clutch albums can be found at the top of the list. Clutch is known as one of the best hard rock bands of all time. While this Germantown, Maryland four-piece finally topped the charts with Psychic Warfare in 2015 after 24 years together as a band, it was Blast Tyrant (2004), which earned the band real critical success even though it charted poorly

Clutch (1995) by Clutch. Genres: Stoner Metal, Hard Rock Members: Tim Sult, Dan Maines, Jean-Paul Gaster, Neil Fallon.

Track List

Title/Composer Performer Time
1 Big News I Clutch Clutch 5:13
2 Big News II Clutch Clutch 2:23
3 Rock N Roll Outlaw Clutch Clutch 2:59
4 Texan Book of the Dead Clutch Clutch 2:57
5 Escape from the Prison Planet Clutch Clutch 4:53
6 Spacegrass Clutch Clutch 6:32
7 I Have the Body of John Wilkes Booth Clutch Clutch 4:27
8 Tight Like That Clutch Clutch 4:49
9 Animal Farm Clutch Clutch 2:01
10 Droid Clutch Clutch 4:43
11 The House That Peterbilt Clutch Clutch 3:32
12 7 Jam Clutch Clutch 6:18
13 Tim Sult Vs. The Greys Clutch Clutch 4:11

Credits

Alll - Art Direction
Michael Barbiero - Mixing
Greg Calbi - Mastering
Clutch - Composer, Group, Primary Artist, Producer
Rob Eberhardt - Typography
Jean-Paul Gaster - Cymbals, Drums
Dan Maines - Bass
Richard Morel - Organ
Larry Packer - Engineer, Producer
Lawrence Packer - Engineer, Mixing, Producer
Jay A. Ryan - Mixing
Danno Saratak - Digital Engineer
Tim Sult - Guitar
Steve Thompson - Mixing
Dan Winters - Photography
Monin
*Sigh*There are discographies that shouldn’t be explored in any way. Unfortunately, Clutch’s catalogue is open to any dissection, unfair as it may seem. Let’s put it: this pseudo-Americana quartet was undoubtedly founded for commercial reasons. There’s nothing wrong with it, right? The music is pale Lynyrd Skynyrd/The Allman Brothers Band modernized plagiarism, Brian Fallon’s vocals strut with a hoarse delivery and are completely devoid of any subtlety and intonation (in other words, a typical Hardcore/Metalcore vocalist), Tim Sult’s guitar playing is ragged but precise and non-invading to the point of professional perfection, the rhythmic section is an afterthought, the riffs revolve around the same E-minor Pentatonic Scale and the lyrics are generic fantasy idiocies (“Fifteen Men On A Dead Man's Chest / Yo Ho Ho And A Bottle Of Rye / Drink And The Devil Had Done For The Rest / She's Sunk Full Fathom, Five Five Five!” In The North They Call Us Rebels, In The South They Call Us Yankees / Because Every Other Sucker's Born To Do The Hokey Pokey / With The Skillet Lickin' Time Keepers / The Grinning Reapers Of A Missionary Rock Star”). There’s more, unfortunately. Clutch’s second eponymous album comes out with such an enormous, undeniable, terrible and depressing amount of arrogance and self-reference that the whole album is unlistenable by anyone who doesn’t feel like a redneck like these Confederate wannabees want desperately to act. Forget any ultra-technical and incomprehensible Progressive Rock band or any “Orthodox Black Metal” pseudo-institution: THIS is the thing that should not be. Clutch’s sound doesn’t include any single moment of catchiness, originality or a second of pleasure: this is Bar Rock for people who think the whole world has the dimensions of Texas.The reason to listen to this cover band is unknown. Led Zeppelin, Aerosmith and even The Beatles blow away this band immediately. The Rolling Stones, Uriah Heep and The Jimi Hendrix Experience have a similar concept, but at least there’s always something new to discover on their albums. No, Clutch is an authentic mystery, and they aren’t the only. The next moment the band take a trip to the nearest space station to have a “psychedelic space trip” or something like that, we’d like to see what they will come up to, but we aren’t sure they have a clue of how to get there.