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Clutch combined elements of funk, Led Zeppelin, and metal with vocals inspired by Faith No More. Formed in 1991 in Germantown, Maryland, the group included Neil Fallon (vocals), Tim Sult (guitar), Dan Maines (bass), and Jean-Paul Gaster (drums). They built a local following through constant gigging, and after just one 7" single (the classic Earache release "Passive Restraints") Clutch were signed by EastWest Records. Their debut LP, Transnational Speedway League, followed in 1993. A self-titled album appeared two years later and afforded Clutch some mainstream exposure. They jumped to the larger Columbia label for 1998's Elephant Riders, and many thought the group might join its sonic cousins Korn and Deftones in the alternative metal winner's circle. That didn't quite happen. But it didn't matter, because a quality fan base continued to thrive for Clutch. Pure Rock Fury appeared in 2001, and the similarly uncompromising Blast Tyrant came three years later as their first for DRT Records. Their seventh full-length, Robot Hive/Exodus, followed in 2005 and featured the first lineup change since the early '90s, the addition of organist Mick Schauer.

Clutch's numerous side releases included a groove-based album (2000's Jam Room) as well as Live at the Googolplex and the rarities record Slow Hole to China, both issued in 2003. Also issued in 2005, Pitchfork & Lost Needles combined Clutch's 1991 Pitchfork 7" with unreleased demos and early tracks. In the fall of 2006 the band hit the studio with producer Joe Barresi (Kyuss, Melvins) to record its next album; the resulting From Beale Street to Oblivion appeared in March 2007. In 2008 Clutch released a CD/DVD compilation of live tracks from shows in New Jersey, Pittsburgh, and Sydney titled Full Fathom Five: Audio Field Recordings 2007-2008 on their own label, Weathermaker Music. The band followed up in 2009 with Strange Cousins from the West before delivering its tenth album, Earth Rocker, in 2013. Buoyed by the success of that album (their highest-charting release ever) and eponymous lead single, Clutch continued their relentless touring through late 2015, when they released their 11th album, Psychic Warfare. ~ John Bush
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Selected Discography

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Track List: Earth Rocker

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, & Go

9. Cyborg Bette

10. Oh, Isabella

11. The Wolf Man Kindly Requests...

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Track List: From Beale Street To Oblivion

1. You Can't Stop Progress

2. Power Player

3. The Devil And Me

4. White's Ferry

5. Child Of The City

6. Electric Worry

7. One Eye Dollar

8. Rapture Of Riddley Walker

9. When Vegans Attack

10. Opossum Minister

11. Black Umbrella

12. Mr. Shiny Cadillackness

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Track List: Pitchfork & Lost Needles

1. Wicker

2. Arcadia

3. Juggernaut

4. Far Country

5. Nero's Fiddle

6. Passive Restraints (DemoVersion)

7. Bacchanal (Demo Version)

8. Milk Of Human Kindness (Demo Version)

9. What Would A Wookie Do?

10. Bottoms Up, Socrates

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Track List: Robot Hive/Exodus

1. The Incomparable Mr. Flannery

2. Burning Beard

3. Gullah

4. Mice and Gods

5. Pulasky Skyway

6. Never Be Moved

7. 10001110101

8. Small Upsetters

9. Circus Maximus

10. Tripping the Alarm

11. 10,000 Witnesses

12. Land of Pleasant Living

13. Gravel Road

14. Who's Been Talking?

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Track List: Blast Tyrant

1. Mercury

2. Profits Of Doom

3. The Mob Goes Wild

4. Cypress Grove

5. Promoter (Of Earthbound Causes)

6. The Regulator

7. Worm Drink

8. Army Of Bono

9. Spleen Merchant

10. (In The Wake Of) The Swollen Goat

11. Weather Maker

12. Subtle Hustle

13. Ghost

14. (Notes From The Trial Of) La Curandera

15. Wysiwyg

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Track List: Pure Rock Fury

1. American Sleep

2. Pure Rock Fury

3. Open Up The Border

4. Careful With That Mic...

5. Red Horse Rainbow

6. The Great Outdoors!

7. Smoke Banshee

8. Frankenstein

9. Sinkemlow

10. Immortal

11. Brazenhead

12. Drink To The Dead

13. Spacegrass (Live)

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Track List: Jam Room

1. Who Wants To Rock?`

2. Big Fat Pig

3. Going To Market

4. One Eye Dollar

5. Raised By Horses

6. Bertha's Big Back Yard

7. Gnome Enthusiast

8. Swampt Boot Upside Down

9. Basket Of Eggs

10. Release The Kraken

11. The Drifter

12. I Send Pictures

13. Sink 'Em Low

14. Super Duper

15. Release The Dub

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Track List: The Elephant Riders

1. The Elephant Riders

2. Ship of Gold

3. Eight Times Over Miss October

4. The Soapmakers

5. The Yeti

6. Muchas Veces

7. Green Buckets

8. Wishbone

9. Crackerjack

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Track List: Impetus

1. Impetus (Demo Version)

2. Pile Driver

3. Passive Restraints

4. Impetus

5. High Caliber Consecrator

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Track List: Clutch

1. Big News I

2. Big News II

3. Rock N Roll Outlaw

4. Texan Book Of The Dead

5. Escape From The Prison Planet

6. Spacegrass

7. I Have The Body Of John Wilkes Booth

8. Tight Like That

9. Animal Farm

10. Droid

11. The House That Peterbilt

12. 7 Jam

13. Tim Sult Vs. The Greys

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Track List: Transnational Speedway League: Anthems, Anecdotes & Undeniable Truths

1. A Shogun Named Marcus

2. El Jefe Speaks

3. Binge And Purge

4. 12 Ounce Epilogue

5. Bacchanal

6. Milk Of Human Kindness

7. Rats

8. Earthworm

9. Heirloom 13

10. Walking In The Great Shining Path Of Monster Trucks

11. Effigy

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Track List: Full Fathom Five

1. The Dragonfly (Live)

2. Child Of The City (Live)

3. The Devil & Me (Live)

4. Texan Book Of The Dead (Live)

5. Animal Farm (Live)

6. The Mob Goes Wild (Live)

7. Cypress Grove (Live)

8. The Elephant Riders (Live)

9. Ship Of Gold (Live)

10. The Yeti (Live)

11. Promoter (Of Earthbound Causes) (Live)

12. 10001110101 (Live)

13. Mr. Shiny Cadillackness (Live)

14. Electric Worry (Live)

15. One Eye Dollar (Live)

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Track List: Live At The Googolplex

1. Who Wants To Rock? (Live)

2. Pure Rock Fury (Live)

3. Sea Of Destruction (live)

4. Immortal (Live)

5. Careful With That Mic... (live)

6. Impetus (Live)

7. El Jefe (Live)

8. Rock And Roll Outlaw (Live)

9. 12 Oz Epilogue (Live)

10. Big News I (Live)

11. Big News II (Live)

12. Brazenhead (live)

13. The Soapmakers (Live)

14. Escape From The Prison Planet (Live)

15. Rats (live)

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Track List: Psychic Warfare

1. The Affidavit

2. X-Ray Visions

3. Firebirds

4. A Quick Death In Texas

5. Sucker For The Witch

6. Your Love Is Incarceration

7. Doom Saloon

8. Our Lady Of Electric Light

9. Noble Savage

10. Behold The Colossus

11. Decapitation Blues

12. Son Of Virginia

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Track List: Summer Sound Attack

1. Electric Worry

2. The Regulator

3. 10001110101

4. The Mob Goes Wild

5. Earth Rocker

6. Gone Cold

7. 50,000 Unstoppable Watts

8. D.C. Sound Attack!

9. Crucial Velocity

10. Spacegrass

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WORST BIO EVAH! (IM FROM BOSTON)
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Saw clutch live in columbus ohio a few summers ago. Headbanged so much i tore a muscle in my neck. They are one hell of a band live. I highly recommend seeing them live if you get a chance
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How the f**k do their vocals sound anything like faith no more? They're bluesy and gravelly as f**k. John Bush is a f**kin idiot. This band has maybe 1 song which's vocals could be compared to faith no more. This fucktard obviously didn't do his homework.
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YOU LIKE ROCK COME TO MY
HORSEPOWER ON SOUND CLOUD.
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YEA! Gonna see Clutch with Corrosion of Conformity in 2 days! Should be epic (as usual)! Crunchy Grooves!
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alp7
Pandora's bios seem like they're always incorrect.
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Yeessss...ba l l s
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At this time we ask that the congregation be seated and behold the glorious service which we are sure will please the our rock n roll god and be so done in the manor that can be handed down to us by the Rev. Falon
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YEAH!!!!
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I dare you to find a 4 average looking guys that rock harder than clutch.
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HORRIBLE BIO. BEST F'ING BAND EVER!
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I really dig this band, but Earth Rocker is not one of my favorites. Blast Tyrant thru Beale Street are KILLER albums!
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Long Live the mighty Clutch!!! Pure rock baby!#
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Clutch!!!! Groovy as hell.
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Still one of the most unique bands around!
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So sayeth r14sho - so sayeth the flock!
These guys RULE my ears!
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El Jefe rocks!
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Greatest
Band
Ever

I HAVE SPOKEN
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Can we please get Psychic Warfare Pandora?
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Not sure I agree with the Bio but, best band ever.
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Breathlessne s s is bliss, why snowboarding to Clutch
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I've assumed for years that Clutch was a hardcore metal band, but all I've been hearing is VERY cool hard rock just the way I like it.
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joehoffmanjr
Their discography excludes Slow Hole and Strange Cousins
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Clutch is by far one of the best bands around and if you don't think so you are just wrong
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Best band - this bio needs a rewriting tho
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psychic warfare is less than awesome
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Come to Alaska play at the taproot. You will sell out your shows.
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PSYCHIC WAREFARE IS BEST ALBUM 25YRS OF PURE ROCK FURY
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Psychic Warfare... It's gonna be amazing!!!
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everybody go to Canada smoke lots of pot
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Ahh.... Such a FANTASTIC BAND!!!! The TRUTH will set you free!!!!
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I saw them in 96' they opened up for Pantera !
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Born with a mustache and a supernova ! Clutch rules
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Pandora, why no Strange Cousins From The West?? What's up with that?
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In thrash we Crust
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Never trust a white man driving a black van!!!
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naruto is dead in japan...cool
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⚡️♠️⚡️❤️⚡️♣️
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Can't drive my car without Clutch! Still kicking azz.. Sum chocolate mescaline, a few good friends.. No work for min of 48hrs and go in alphabetical order thru the music! AC-DC, Black Sabbath, on and on
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In thrash we Crust
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pernicious11
LOVE CLUTCH. If my son was born a girl, I was going to name her Fallon. Got a healthy boy. He now at the age of 22, is interested in going to a Clutch show with me, time to pass on this genre to add to his music selection.
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30 or so times sens
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saw them in rendon inn in n.o. about 94 or so opend fer manson....go o d times
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dsteve400
First saw them in 1993 with Sepultura Fear Factory and Fudge Tunnel at the Sting in New Britain Connecticut. Have since seen them about 13 times . Most times in the front row. Met the band twice, Clutch fans are awesome and always a pleasure to meet. The lack of of mainstream popularity makes me feel like the band is mine. Do yourself a favor and go see them live!
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Just saw the Missing Link tour with Clutch & Mastodon in NYC. Naturally, both bands killed it. Clutch will always be a favorite of mine due to their incomparable lyrics and super rhythmic riffs. People who aren't into them are missing out....
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clutch come back to Hollywood and rock the palladium. 18 years ago I witnessed a great show there clutch opened for SLAYER, some other band was there too giving away free demos system of a down .
Good times
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used to see Clutch live at northern lights at Clifton park
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