11 Songs, 46 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Parental Advisory: Explicit Lyrics.

EDITORS’ NOTES

Parental Advisory: Explicit Lyrics.
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Ratings and Reviews

4.8 out of 5
41 Ratings

41 Ratings

shogunnamedmike ,

Can you do the two step flesh tone slide?

This is the best Clutch album in my opinion. Neals vocals are one of a kind. Buy it moron.

*RhubarbTamphexCalx* ,

My favorite Clutch album

This was the album that got me into this band when I was 15. I’d never listened to them before and picked it up on a whim at a record store. I immediately loved this thing from start to finish after giving it a full spin. The sound of the band was so visceral and heavy with that gritty Southern undertone to it. While this may be the heaviest record Clutch has ever put out, it still contains a lot of comedic songwriting. If you want to hear another side of Neil’s songwriting then check out this album. The lyrics are humorous, insane, even a little melancholy and haunting at times. When I listened to the band’s later work I wasn’t disappointed, but shocked at how they’d changed to a blues/funk rock sound. Transnational Speedway League will always be my #1 Clutch album not only because it was my introduction to the band but because it really stands out in their discography from the other albums. If you’re new to this band or want to hear another side of Clutch then buy this !

Also if you enjoy this make sure to buy Clutch - Pitchfork and Lost Needles.

DJ Gude ,

Still the best

Clutch album. I like a lot of their later songs. Burning Beard is one of my favorite songs of all time. But if you want to hear El Jefe the master of the metaphor at his best this is the album to get. And the band is as tight and as tough as you'll ever hear. One of the few albums from any band that I can listen to from beginning to end.

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