This is an album that will drive you. Simply awesome. So unlike anyone else, the vocals will cling to you and the beats and riffs will have you banging along. All you have to do is listen to Binge and Purge and you will be ready to take on the world. Buy it, it will surprise you and make you ask for more.
No Description AvailableNo Track Information AvailableMedia Type: CDArtist: CLUTCHTitle: TRANSNATIONAL SPEEDWAY LEAGUEStreet Release Date: 08/17/1993<Domestic or Import: DomesticGenre: ROCK/POP
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Clutch jams, their heavy, and they have a killer front man. This was my 1st intro to Clutch. Every song on here is unlike any you’ve heard before; I don’t think anyone sounds like Clutch. You want the kind of band that’s funny as well as serious at the same time, able to deliver their songs with ultimate heaviness while still proving their musical abilities? There you have it. Get on this band now! For any fans of bands that you can party to as well as get into in a serious way. I can’t name any other bands that are kind of like Cluch because I don’t think anyone sounds like them. Easy 5 star rating here.
How could you not love this one? A Shogun Named Marcus – totally rocks. El Jefe… Binge and Purge… Effigy… Rats!!! If I could own one album, this would have to be it.
Finally something that truly rocks for jaded intllectuals with wierd senses of humour, and an appetite for deconstruction. The lyrics are very original, and hilarious, and music rocks at least as hard as their Rednecky Texas Bretheren, Pantera. If you actually have half a brain in your head, but still like to bang it, buy this! NOW!
On this debut album, Clutch play Pantera-style power-groove metal with growled vocals. Leadoff track, “A Shogun Named Marcus” is a kickass, propulsive groove, rocking harder than this band ever would again. “Binge and Purge” is also cool, with a mosh-crazy ending that seemingly pokes fun at the macho aggressiveness of this style. Elements of funk are scattered throughout this otherwise pounding mosh album. The lyrics are pretty humorous, engaging in storytelling as opposed to the angst of most other similar bands.