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Earth Rocker Deluxe [Deluxe Edition]
     

Earth Rocker Deluxe [Deluxe Edition]

by Clutch
 

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While musical trends have come and gone over the course of the 23 years that Clutch have been roaming the earth, they've always thrived by just sitting back and doing their own thing, a trend they keep up on their tenth album, Earth Rocker. Though there's still a little of that good old Southern swing in the songs, the album is more of a

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While musical trends have come and gone over the course of the 23 years that Clutch have been roaming the earth, they've always thrived by just sitting back and doing their own thing, a trend they keep up on their tenth album, Earth Rocker. Though there's still a little of that good old Southern swing in the songs, the album is more of a straight-ahead rocker. With the exception of bluesy slow jammer "Gone Cold," the album feels like Clutch at their most efficient and economical, diverting the energy they might have used for extended jam sessions into watertight rippers like "Mr. Freedom" and "Cyborg Bette." While it's a little disappointing to see them moving away from the soulful experimentations of Robot Hive/Exodus, on their first album in four years it seems fitting that they would dive back in with a back-to-basics approach, giving them the ability to rock out as hard as possible without overthinking things too much. While operating inside their own little corner of the musical world, Clutch made a reputation for themselves based on solid songwriting, lyrical weirdness, and quality -- all of which are present on Earth Rocker, which is still unmistakably a Clutch album. Shielded from the fickle whims of the musical world, they're one of the few bands that can really only be compared to themselves, and it's something that both they, and their fans, wouldn't want any other way. [A deluxe three-CD/DVD set added bonus live tracks and videos.]

Product Details

Release Date:
06/23/2014
Label:
Weathermaker Music
UPC:
0896308002507
catalogNumber:
35
Rank:
39855

Tracks

Disc 1

  1. Earth Rocker
  2. Crucial Velocity
  3. Mr. Freedom
  4. Night Hag
  5. D.C. Sound Attack!
  6. Unto the Breach
  7. Gone Cold
  8. The Face
  9. Book, Saddle, and Go
  10. Cyborg Bette
  11. Oh, Isabella
  12. Scavengers
  13. The Wolf Man Kindly Requests...

Disc 2

  1. Earth Rocker
  2. Crucial Velocity
  3. Mr. Freedom
  4. D.C. Sound Attack!
  5. Unto the Breach
  6. Gone Cold
  7. The Face
  8. Book, Saddle, and Go
  9. Cyborg Bette
  10. Oh, Isabella
  11. The Wolf Man Kindly Presents

Disc 3

  1. Earth Rocker
  2. Crucial Velocity
  3. Mr. Freedom
  4. D.C. Sound Attack!
  5. Unto the Breach
  6. Gone Cold
  7. The Face
  8. Book, Saddle, and Go
  9. Cyborg Bette
  10. Oh, Isabella
  11. The Wolf Man Kindly Requests...
  12. Crucial Velocity
  13. Gone Cold
  14. Easter Egg

Album Credits

Performance Credits

Clutch   Primary Artist
Neil Fallon   Group Member
Jean-Paul Gaster   Group Member
Tim Sult   Group Member
Dan Maines   Group Member

Technical Credits

Clutch   Composer,Executive Producer
Oscar Hernandez   Tour Manager
Jack Flanagan   Management
Jean-Paul Gaster   Engineer
Evan Haiman   Executive Producer
Aisha Tyler   Camera Operator
Nick Lakiotes   Artwork
Alfunction   Guitar Techician
Kevin Wight   Artwork
Sean Hammer   Merchandising
Erica Ferrero   Director
Curtis Hein   Contributor

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