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I'd recommend this album to any Clutch fan, and anyone who likes Rock or intelligent heavy music.
Also, the packaging for this album is very cool, which is why I would recommand buying the album over a digital version.
It's remarkable that a band can be this good while still getting better on their ninth studio album.
Another great Clutch album. Can these guys make a bad one? If your a Clutch fan this is a must own. If you're not a fan this is as good a place to start as any. Buy it already.Published 6 months ago by Matthew Grundon
Ok, so at this point, I am very familiar with almost all of clutch's work (I have all the studio albums except for transnational and the ep's) so I can honestly say this is one of... Read morePublished 9 months ago by Evan
Another awesome effort by Clutch. While the whole Cd is excellent, some of the stand out tracks are Let A Poor Man Be, Abraham Lincoln, and The Amazing Kreskin. Read morePublished 9 months ago by Fuego-73
The only reason this doesn't get five stars is really because the packaging, while really cool and artistic, is a bit unstable. Read morePublished 10 months ago by Michael
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I miss Mick on the Organ. I thought he really helped round out their sound. The really funny thing is that when he joined the band I was really afraid that they were messing up by adding him to the band, and now I want him back. I guess you just can't please some people.
Jul 17, 2009 by Joseph D. Smith | See all 13 posts