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clutch: Earth Rockercompact discs
Clutch: Earth Rocker

Released: Mar 15, 2013. Genre: Stoner Rock, Hard Rock, Alternative Metal. Label: Weathermaker Music. Number Of Tracks: 11. "Earth Rocker" is an energetic, fun step in the right direction for Clutch.

POSTED: 04/05/2013 - 03:30 am

8.6
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clutch: Strange Cousins From The Westcompact discs
Clutch: Strange Cousins From The West

Released: Jul 14, 2009. Genre: Rock. Label: Weathermaker Music. Number Of Tracks: 11. The sound has an aggressive rock tone, with throwbacks to blues style riffs and Niel's vocals carrying a melody completely contrary to the backing track.

POSTED: 07/17/2009 - 02:18 am

9.2
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clutch: From Beale Street To Oblivioncompact discs
Clutch: From Beale Street To Oblivion

Release Date: Mar 20, 2007. Label: DRT. Genres: Heavy Metal, Alternative Metal. Number Of Tracks: 12. This is an interesting album, even for Clutch. While it lacks the lyrical and thematic edge of Robot Hive Exodus, it makes up for in pure southern rock foot stomping goodness.

POSTED: 03/28/2007 - 06:13 am

9.2
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clutch: The Elephant Riderscompact discs
Clutch: The Elephant Riders

Release Date: Apr 14, 1998. Label: Columbia. Genres: Alternative Pop/Rock, Grunge, Alternative Metal. Number Of Tracks: 10. The Elephant Riders finds the band continuing the stylistic breakthroughs of Clutch, sharpening their guitar attack while adding subliminal elements of funk to their rhythms.

POSTED: 05/06/2006 - 04:05 am

9.4
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clutch: Robot Hive / Exoduscompact discs
Clutch: Robot Hive / Exodus

Released: Jun 21, 2005. Label: DRT Entertainment. Genres: Hard Rock, Alternative Metal. Number Of Tracks: 14. On Robot Hive / Exodus Clutch knows its strengths, but continually challenges them. The band's always pushing the boundaries, and it's time the world outside the underground found that out.

POSTED: 10/06/2005 - 02:51 am

9.1
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clutch: Blast Tyrantcompact discs
Clutch: Blast Tyrant

Released: Mar 30, 2004. Label: DRT Entertainment. Genre: Rock. Styles: Grunge, Alternative Pop/Rock, Alternative Metal. Number Of Tracks: 15. Blast Tyrant is likely to confound those who have previously been confounded, and appease those who were previously appeased, leaving Clutch.

POSTED: 08/22/2005 - 08:51 am

9.6
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