Moving the guitars forward in the mix paid off in spades for Clutch, who continued with their familiar formula of mixing Led Zeppelin and Black Sabbath on their sophomore album. Without straying at all from its roots, the band adds a little more funk to its sound à la Primus, which makes for a more consistent set of songs than last time. Not to mention that the stars shine brighter than they did last time around: "Spacegrass" alone should have become an instant classic, but following minor rotation on hard rock stations, the song -- and the band with it -- was delegated a cult status, compared to the likes of contemporaries Coal Chamber and Korn.
Performance CreditsClutch Primary Artist,Group
Jean-Paul Gaster Cymbals,Drums
Tim Sult Guitar
Dan Maines Bass
Richard Morel Organ
Technical CreditsClutch Producer
Larry Packer Producer,Engineer
Lawrence Packer Producer,Engineer
Rob Eberhardt Contributor
Neil Fallon Contributor
Alll Art Direction
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
Clutch based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
I heard song six, spacegrass, once on the radio and I was sold right then. I went out and bought the album, based on that one song and I was hooked!!!