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Clutch Discography

Clutch Albums

Full Fathom Five: Audio Field Recordings 2007-2008 Thumbnail Image

Defying the rock music ”sub-genre”, CLUTCH return with a dynamic new Live CD! Compiled from four locations on the band’s 2007/2008 sold out headlining world tour [...]

Strange Cousins from the West Thumbnail Image

The first new Clutch studio release in over two years. Strange Cousin’s From The West is the band’s 9th studio effort, and second with producer J. [...]

Live at the Googolplex Thumbnail Image

No Description Available. Genre: Popular Music Media Format: Compact Disk Rating: Release Date: 17-JUN-2003By kicking off with ”Who Wants To Rock?” and ”Pure Rock Fury,” it’s clear that Clutch’s agenda is to rock, sans [...]

The Elephant Riders Thumbnail Image

The enhanced portion contains notes written by Neil Fallon, pictures of the band, videos, and other material. Includes Earthlink internet access software.No Track Information Available Media Type: CDArtist: [...]

Transnational Speedway League: Anthems, Anecdotes & Undeniable Truths Thumbnail Image

No Description AvailableNo Track Information AvailableMedia Type: CDArtist: CLUTCHTitle: TRANSNATIONAL SPEEDWAY LEAGUEStreet Release Date: 08/17/1993<Domestic or Import: DomesticGenre: ROCK/POP

Blast Tyrant Thumbnail Image

As good as Orgy’s 1998 debut Candyass was, Vapor Transmission (2000) kicks things up a notch. The Los Angeles-based five-piece goes straight for the jugular this time, abandoning [...]

Robot Hive: Exodus Thumbnail Image

Clutch continues its seemingly endless string of awesome albums with the flawless Robot Hive/Exodus . Opening with deep-fried ”The Incomparable Mr. Flannery” and closing with a Tom Waits-esqe [...]

Slow Hole to China: Rare and Released Thumbnail Image

Digitally remastered and expanded edition of this 2002 rarities collection now including three additional tracks. Slow Hole To China features 15 remastered rarities straight from the [...]

From Beale Street to Oblivion Thumbnail Image

From Beale Street to Oblivion lacks the fire and passion heard on 2005’s excessively excellent Robot Hive/Exodus . It’s not that the Maryland-based band has betrayed the sound [...]