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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.
Each Clutch album is marked by a distinct and cohesive sound. The musical style of the band has migrated from heavy metal and hardcore punk to hard rock. The lyrics of Clutch songs have progressed from early releases that were marked with an angry, serious tone to latter releases that are characterized by intelligence, wordplay, and subtle humour. The songs make frequent references to history, mythology, popular culture, and religion; for example, "I Have the Body of John Wilkes Booth", from the self-titled album, tells the story of a fisherman who discovers the corpse of Lincoln's assassin in the Susquehanna River.
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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.
15 tracks · 30 March 2004. From Beale Street to Oblivion. 21 tracks · 19 July 2010. 13 tracks · 9 May 1995. 10 tracks · 14 April 1998.
Лейблы EastWest Records. Музыкальный стильStoner. Владельцы этого альбома40.
Official page of the rock band Clutch.