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Any Clutch Fans?

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I don't expect many to reply to this thread, but check these guys out. I've been a huge Clutch fan for about 7 or 8 years now. I've been to four shows and they've always put on an amazing show. They've been labeled as a stoner rock, funk, jazz, metal, southern rock, and blues band. But they are a very straight-forward band; a punch in the mouth if you will. If you like groovy riffs, some amazing drumming and an absurdist poet singer then this is the band for you. They are a working man's band. Not much notoriety, but they have a cult following.

The lead singer/songwriter is Neil Fallon, a mammoth of a man (voice wise) who preaches his rock n' roll to anyone who will listen. His lyrical topics range from Abraham Lincoln to Medousa to Biblical figures to Cyborg Girlfriends. Very interesting and fun lyrics. Really off the wall stuff.

They've evolved there sound over the 20+ years they have played. Each record has it's own different vibe to it.

Here are some youtube videos of the diversity of their sound. Their new album, Earth Rocker, has been getting a lot of great reviews. They were just touring with Motorhead and Thin Lizzy...

self-titled"

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ka5CDKG17j4

the elephant riders:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=W3mb8HEZhRU

Pure Rock Fury:

Blast Tyrant:

From Beale Street to Oblivion:

Strange Cousins from the West:

A very cool and unique sounding band.

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I like me some Clutch, would love to see them live.

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Awesome band. I saw them live at Tremont in like 1998 or something. Nashville Pussy opened up. Great show.

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My daughter belts out some 50,000 watts!! Since she was 5..

Of course She is singing Aces High by Iron Madien and Angel of Death by Slayer....so proud!!

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HDoKyzHzP14&feature=youtube_gdata_player

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I saw them at the Orange Peel two days after Christmas, this past year. They completely demolished that place. Five people got kicked out, the floor was shaking the entire night. They were on there A-game that night. I've seen a lot of different bands/people; Warren Haynes, John Paul Jones of Zeppelin, the Allman Brothers, ZZ top, ect. And these guys put on the best show I have ever seen.

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They also have another band, The Bakerton Group, more of a jazz/funk jam band.

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I'm more of a Thousand Foot Krutch fan myself. you know.. throw up your rock fist if you're feeling it when I drop this

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I know there's some weird ass dude on here that loves Clutch... what's his name?

Some dude from Virginia... ???

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...and he shall appear.... Bakerton is Clutch without their singer, some people don't like Neal's vocal...

Been going to see Clutch since about 1994, they used to play here every few months. Go see them every time they're here, went down to NagsHead to see them, but the best is up in DC. Absolutely recommend going to a show, best $20 you'll spend all year....

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...and he shall appear.... Bakerton is Clutch without their singer, some people don't like Neal's vocal...

Been going to see Clutch since about 1994, they used to play here every few months. Go see them every time they're here, went down to NagsHead to see them, but the best is up in DC. Absolutely recommend going to a show, best $20 you'll spend all year....

Neil plays guitar on Bakerton tracks.

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