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Discussion in 'GMD Social Forum' started by A8, Sep 15, 2007.
Except when he verifiably does.
You also apparently hate the edit button.
The devil are you on about?
CoC's first two albums > Negative Reaction > Clutch
Listening to Witch Cross. Trying to get down writing good melodic riffs but being heavy and intense to get the mood of a song.
CoC's first two albums aren't even in the same genre as Clutch.
I doubt she thought that. It was just an easy ratings grab.
How is that relevant?
She certainly acted like she thought that.
Impossible not to like Spacegrass? That song is a tedious, cacophonous bore, and no way to convert people to Clutch.
Should be obvious
Well it's not. You don't get to say X band is better than X band without including their whole discography regardless of genre evolution.
That should be obvious.
Maddow: People disappointed by Trump story expected too much
Let me know when you find a quote from her made before that show.
You shouldn't say that about one of their signature songs when your fav from them is The Incomparable Mr. Flannery . The song is a bore? Do you even like early Clutch material?
Idk what you have against The Incomparable Mr. Flannery, some of their more clever and fun songwriting imo.
I like plenty of stuff on the s/t - Rock N Roll Outlaw, Prison Planet and John Wilkes Booth are my favorites. Nothing before that album does much for me though.
I used to not get the hype about Spacegrass, I was already a big stoner fan and thought oh Jesus another one of these identical songs. I preferred Blast Tyrant immensely. But then I got a car that doesn't suck and took a long drive on an empty country road at night blaring it and really focusing on listening to it.
I mean... they just fuckin rock, man. Fuckin pure rock fury for real. Balls out covered in motor grease grilling hamburgers and swigging beer, sometimes testosterone fueled and sometimes contemplative, sometimes in the very same song.
Clutch is awesome and I don't even generally like the whole "groove" deal.
Elephant Riders was where Clutch started finding their groove.
Elephant Riders is the best synthesis of early and late Clutch. Doesn't have the overproduced sound of the later albums, and doesn't narrowly follow an established stoner metal template like the earlier ones.