Clutch From Beale Street To Oblivion on 2LP
2007 Album Remasatered & Reissued with 9 Live Bonus Tracks!
Maryland rockers Clutch have been pushing the boundaries that define heavy rock music since the four original members got together in high school. Having been tagged hard rock, blues rock, southern stoner rock and alternative metal by press and fans across the world alike it is safe to say one thing...“What you see is what you get,” and what you get is a musical force that has been best described as the quintessential American Rock Band.
Up until now Clutch's 2007 album From Beale Street To Oblivion has never been available on vinyl. This beautiful double LP is remastered and comes in a classic gatefold package. The Joe Barresi-produced 12-track effort is anchored by one of Clutch's all-time classic fan-favorites, "Electric Worry" which Lemmy of Motorhead proclaimed was the band's "Ace of Spades." From Beale Street To Oblivion was the first studio effort released by Clutch on their Weathermaker Music label.
LP2 consists of 5 live tracks that were recorded for BBC broadcast in London on November 11, 2006 at the Maida Vale studio, home to the BBC Symphony Orchestra and site of legendary recordings by The Beatles, Led Zeppelin, The Clash and John Peel Sessions to name a few. It also includes 4 live tracks professionally recorded by MoshcamTV at the HIFI bar in Melbourne, Australia during the band's first tour of the continent on December 13, 2007.
Clutch From Beale Street To Oblivion Track Listing:
1. You Can't Stop Progress
2. Power Player
3. The Devil & Me
4. Rapture Of Riddley Walker
5. Child Of The City
6. Electric Worry
7. One Eye Dollar
8. White's Ferry
9. When Vegans Attack
10. Opossum Minister
11. Black Umbrella
12. Mr. Shiny Cadillackness
1. A Politician (Live at the BBC)
2. Electric Worry (Live at the BBC)
3. One Eye Dollar (Live at the BBC)
4. Mr. Shiny Cadillackness (Live At The BBC)
5. Cypress Grove (Live at the BBC)
6. The Devil & Me (Live in Australia)
7. Child of the City (Live In Australia)
8. You Gonna Wreck My Life (Live In Australia)
9. White’s Ferry (Live in Australia)