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Discussion in 'Music' started by Kristian, Jan 17, 2008.
Clutch is my favorite band of all time. Very nice to see them mentioned here.
what are clutch like - Liveplasma can't find them
I would also like to add Porcupine Tree's Arriving Somewhere... concert DVD to this list. Great songs and a great sounding DTS mix
I saw Clutch open for Iron Maiden once, I think. I don't really remember them, but I want to say they were fairly straightforward metal.
ah, ok thanks Maiden's great (up till Powerslave, for me)
Clutch opened for Maiden for two weeks a few years back. I wouldn't call them straight up metal, but that is their roots. It's actually hard to classify them into a genre. Their early stuff was more metal. Most of their stuff is more on the hard rockish side. Their newest album is very bluesy. They are very talented and and have been playing together long enough that they are super tight.
Newer to older...
Mob Goes Wild
A shogun named Marcus
Hope you enjoy!
Don't write off their last three albums (the ones since Dickinson returned).
I have the Dance of Death DVD-A - songwriting's ok (perhaps I've grown out of it, though) but the sonics leave a lot to be desired.
I didn't even realize there was a DVD-A of that.
Brave New World is still probably the best of the three.
YEASAYER: ALL HOUR CYMBOLS #1 album of the year CMJ
KATE TUCKER: THE SONS OF SWEDEN
RAVEONETTES: LUST LUST LUST -a little heavy on the distortion gimmick-but cool
GOLDFRAPP: What can be said about Allison?
THE KNIFE: 3 disc DELUXE BOX: the album
1.SILENT SHOUT (remastered)
2.SILENT SHOUT Live Audio
3.SILENT SHOUT Live Video Concert of above plus every music video theyve ever made plus some noodley 'audio visual experience'