The American rock band Clutch released their second riff-laden self-titled album in 1995. This stoner rock album shows the signature vocal style of Neil Fallon, catchy drumming and groovy guitar playing. By adding a little funk to the sound they created an instant classic like “Spacegrass”. The Zeppelin/Sabbath-esque riffs can be heard throughout the album, like in both parts of “Big News”. Almost every track on the record has some memorable riffing and songs like “Droid” and “7 Jam” get stuck in your head immediately. If you’re into the great 90’s rock classics you can’t miss on this one.
From their early days Clutch created some impressive rocking records. Neil Fallon’s vocal work together with the everlasting guitar riffs has always been one of the signatures of the band.
Clutch is available as a limited edition of 2000 Individually numbered copies on silver coloured vinyl.
1x 12" LP, 180gm, limited edition 2.000 copies, individually numbered, silver vinyl, insertA1. Big News I
A2. Big News Ii
A3. Rock N' Roll Outlaw
A4. Texan Book of the Dead
A5. Escape From the Prison Planet
B1. I Have the Body of John Wilkes Booth
B2. Tight Like That
B3. Animal Farm
B5. The House That Peterbilt
B6. 7 Jam
B7. Tim Sult Vs. the Greys
Music On Vinyl, 2018 reissue
Originally released 1995
[Rock] [Hard Rock] [Stoner Rock] [Alternative Rock]