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Earth Rocker [Box set, CD+DVD]

Clutch Audio CD
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Forget whatever you thought about Clutch. Earth Rocker crumples up the bad categories that have miscast them for years — stoner rock, post-hardcore, metal, grunge — and leaves no question about what they are: a damn good rock and roll band.
Earth Rocker is a solid, straight-up rock and roll album, exactly what the band had in mind for their tenth studio album, now that their ... Read more in Amazon's Clutch Store

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  • Audio CD (9 Jun 2014)
  • Number of Discs: 3
  • Format: Box set, CD+DVD
  • Label: Republic of Music
  • ASIN: B00JRKZM0C
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  Vinyl  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (57 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 8,187 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

Disc: 1
1. Earth Rocker
2. Crucial Velocity
3. Mr. Freedom
4. Night Hag (Bonus Tracks)
5. D.C. Sound Attack!
6. Unto The Breach
7. Gone Cold
8. The Face
9. Book, Saddle, and Go
10. Cyborg Bette
See all 13 tracks on this disc
Disc: 2
1. Earth Rocker (Live)
2. Crucial Velocity (Live)
3. Mr. Freedom (Live)
4. D.C. Sound Attack! (Live)
5. Unto The Breach (Live)
6. Gone Cold (Live)
7. The Face (Live)
8. Book, Saddle, and Go (Live)
9. Cyborg Bette (Live)
10. Oh, Isabella (Live)
See all 11 tracks on this disc

Product Description

Product Description

The "Earth Rocker" triple deluxe package! CD1 "Earth Rocker" with the two brand new tracks "Night Hag" and "Scavengers" now make this a 13 song expanded studio album. CD2 "Earth Rocker Live" has all the music from the 2LP vinyl picture disc (WM032) for the first time on CD. DVD: "Live In Denver" was recorded 14th Novemer 2013 at the Ogden Theatre, with additionally three video clips "Crucial Velocity", Gone Cold", and "Easter Egg".

Earth Rocker was by far the most successful Clutch release of the last decade. This unique and exciting Triple Deluxe package contains the following: CD1: Earth Rocker with two brand new tracks that were recorded during the original album sessions with Machine. The songs Night Hag and Scavengers now make this a 13 song CD. CD2: Earth Rocker Live, gives all those fans who have been clamoring for the CD version of the live material previously only available on the Double Vinyl Picture Disc (WM032) what they want. DVD: Live In Denver was recorded 11/14/13 at the sold out Ogden Theatre. 7 cameras recorded the event in 1080i and captured every live aspect of this show that brought the house down. Two videos, Gone Cold, previously unreleased, and Crucial Velocity, both of which were produced, filmed and directed by Aisha Tyler, are added bonus material. All of the above is packaged in a brand new 8 panel foldout with a reworked 12 page booklet and artwork from long time Clutch art director, Nick Lakiotis.

Product Description

(3-Disc set) Full album with 2 brand new songs on CD + Entire album performed live on CD + 'Live In Denver' concert DVD with 2 bonus video clips shot & directed by actress Aisha Tyler

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33 of 35 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Clutch - Earth Rocker 18 Mar 2013
By Gentlegiantprog TOP 500 REVIEWER
Format:Audio CD|Verified Purchase
Earth Rocker is the tenth full-length album from Clutch, the unique American rock band (who's style fits vaguely around the Stoner Rock end of the spectrum without fitting perfectly in). It was produced by Machine and released on Weathermaker Music in 2013.

If you haven't heard Clutch before, but like any sort of Hard Rock or Metal music you should consider checking them out. They are the sort of band that once you hear, you love forever, absolutely consistent in quality and inspiration both live and in the studio. If you even suspect you may like them, I highly recommend that you pursue that interest, you'll probably discover your new favourite band.

Sometimes the band seem like a no-surprises purist rock band, designed for a bar full of working men, but then sometimes they'll break out a metallic edge for a few riffs, sometimes they take a turn into funk, soul or blues territory. It all blends perfectly together, into some of the most memorable and attention grabbing music you're likely to hear. Two of the main adjectives you'll see associate with the band are `personality' and `character.'

Neil Fallon, the band's iconic frontman continues to impress the listener with his dramatic and charismatic vocals, which evoke both a zealous preacher-man and a down-to-earth work colleague at the same time, full of flair and personality, but without feeling like an inaccessible rock star.

The lyrics, always interesting on a Clutch record, are a mixture of moods and tones, from clever and poetic to dumb rock fun, funny, intriguing and insightful, often within a single verse. The album also has a surprisingly political tone in places, balanced of course with things like a song about dumping your Robot-girlfriend for a newer model.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Contender for Album of The Year 20 Mar 2013
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It's a great shame that this band aren't larger then what they are. While they have an adoring fanbase and great live shows that always find an audience, you wish more people would make a fuss. Even more so with Earth Rocker, which is after quite a few repeat listens for me one of their finest works, maybe even surpassing Blast Tyrant.

That might be because Earth Rocker is what it says on the cover. Its a straight up "Take no prisoners" rock album that grabs you by the first track, the eponymous Earth Rocker, and the last track The Wolfman Kindly Requests...Every track has its own personality and its own little nuance to keep you going onto the next one. There is no filler here. And I mean that.

I completely recommend Earth Rocker to anyone who likes their rock. I completely recommend it to anyone who listens passively to Clutch without getting too involved or the curious who want to know more. This is contender for Album of The Year.

BLUAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA!
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Earth Rocker 4 Feb 2014
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To state things simply, Earth Rocker, the latest album from the always experimental Clutch, is practically flawless. Throughout the eleven songs on offer here, the band have essentially taken everything they've done previously and distilled it, resulting in the harmonica led stomp-along of D.C. Sound Attack, the take no prisoners, head down, driving rock of Unto the Breach and the reflective, jazzy stylings of Gone Cold, as well as numerous other high points. To pick the best song off the album would be unfair on all the others, as none of them really put a step wrong. Clutch have threatened before to wander aimlessly into the realm of jam band on previous albums, which can be a bit of a chore to listen to at times, but there is no such problem here - these songs are all of a perfect length, at no point feeling like they drag at all. From a band with as many stoner/desert rock leanings as Clutch, that's high praise indeed.

Production on the album is as excellent as you would expect from Clutch, with vocalist Neil Fallon in particular sounding even better than he has before - chances are you're reading this after already having heard him in action, but if you're not, you're in for a real treat. The man has a mighty set of pipes indeed, veering between staccato musical poetry and rich, velvety tones as easily as the rest of us mere mortals blink, and he's truly never been better. As lyrically diverse (to put it mildly) as usual, topics covered on the album range from politics to robotic women, making Fallon come across as some kind of crazed, musically gifted street preacher (the beard helps too, of course). The opening song, Earth Rocker, immediately puts this image across, with Fallon declaring "I'm an earth rocker. Everybody here me now, bwoooohahahahaha.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars ten Albums in and still solid as a train at 120 mph 26 April 2013
Format:Audio CD
Clutch are a bluesy hard rock band from Maryland, who now own their own record label called Weather Maker. The band have released another solid album of Energetic, sometimes bluesy, sludgy rock tunes.
Earth Rocker has some of the typical Clutch Elements such as a bluesy undertone, and heavy bass and heartfelt vocals. Some elements of Earth Rocker reminds me of Mastodon's newest album Or it might be the other way round. Fallon Really shines with his vocals on this album he really has put all his blood into it. The riffs of such songs as Cyborg Bette and Book, Saddle and Go really kick butt with their powerful, Egotistical listen to me style. The loud crashing drums and thudding slightly over driver, Harley bike sounding bass really helps energise the music and drive it forward.
While there is nothing especially new here, there are certainly many solid songs nothing is particularly just filler and a lot of the songs like Cyborg Bette and Oh Isabella are certainly songs that will become big live songs with their big catchy choruses.

Rock Fans should buy it
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Published 1 month ago by richard ainley
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Published 1 month ago by Olivier Fleming
5.0 out of 5 stars Feel the power!!
For any Clutch fan this is simply a must buy. The inclusion of the two tracks that where originally intended for ER's 2013 release are justifiably reinstated and make ER an even... Read more
Published 2 months ago by John Mcconnel
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Clutch once again have done the business , this is a straight forward but very sharp slab of Hard Rock .. Read more
Published 2 months ago by BJGRAY
4.0 out of 5 stars Clutch go commercial
Good rockin stuff but not enough of the more off the wall stuff as on previous albums. Great gig tho
Published 3 months ago by Debbie Smith
5.0 out of 5 stars Fantastic Album
Clutch deserves much more recognition world wide as they are an incredible band. Hopefully this album will be the one to gain them the reputation they deserve! It's outstanding.
Published 4 months ago by Alexander Stewart Hutchison
5.0 out of 5 stars masterpiece
this is a masterpiece ,loud and heavy blues rock and the voice is better than ever.anyone vith a rock Heart neds this at home
Published 5 months ago by palle nielsen
1.0 out of 5 stars Probably my least favourite Clutch album.
This album sounds like they are simply going through the motions. Ran it for three weeks in the car and doubt if it will emerge for a long time! Read more
Published 5 months ago by Rowan Jones
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