Transnational Speedway League: Anthems, Anecdotes & Undeniable Truths [Explicit Lyrics]

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All Music Guide - Jeremy Ulrey
On the surface, it may sound as if Clutch is mining the same vein as contemporary metal artists like Korn and Corrosion of Conformity, but with a solid set of grooves to keep their humorous material from becoming too hokey, they set themselves above most of their peers through dogged hard rocking and consistent songwriting prowess. Highlights on Transnational Speedway League include the entire first side, most notably "A Shogun Named Marcus" and "Binge and Purge." The latter song makes good fun of the ultra-macho posturings most modern metal bands are guilty of, while retaining the light/heavy contrast that has become a part of the genre. Although the material wanes in ...
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Editorial Reviews

All Music Guide - Jeremy Ulrey
On the surface, it may sound as if Clutch is mining the same vein as contemporary metal artists like Korn and Corrosion of Conformity, but with a solid set of grooves to keep their humorous material from becoming too hokey, they set themselves above most of their peers through dogged hard rocking and consistent songwriting prowess. Highlights on Transnational Speedway League include the entire first side, most notably "A Shogun Named Marcus" and "Binge and Purge." The latter song makes good fun of the ultra-macho posturings most modern metal bands are guilty of, while retaining the light/heavy contrast that has become a part of the genre. Although the material wanes in quality during the last half, Transnational Speedway League is still one of the brighter debuts to emerge in the '90s.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 8/17/1993
  • Label: Atlantic
  • UPC: 075679228123
  • Catalog Number: 92281
  • Sales rank: 26,706

Album Credits

Performance Credits
Clutch Primary Artist
Neil Fallon Vocals
Jean-Paul Gaster Drums
Tim Sult Guitar
Dan Maines Bass
Technical Credits
Steve Haigler Producer, Engineer
George Marino Mastering
Billy Anderson Engineer
Jonathan Burnside Producer, Engineer
Frank Gargiulo Art Direction
Peter Stabuli Engineer
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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    The Masters of Kick-Ass

    The first major-label clutch album. Their most angry album, but also their most energetic. Hugely underrated, a must for lovers of speed metal, rock, and punk fusion.

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