Clutch - Blast Tyrant download album
Blast Tyrant is the sixth full-length studio album by the band Clutch and was released March 23, 2004, but has since had a reissue on May 10, 2011. It was the first release with DRT Entertainment by the band. The unabridged title of the album is Blast Tyrant Atlas of the Invisible World with Illustrations of Strange Beasts and Phantoms
Clutch (3). Blast Tyrant (CDr, Album, Promo). referencing Blast Tyrant, 2xLP, Album, 180, WM018. fucking awesome pressing, and it got here in only 4 days, pick this up if you can, this is the best stoner rock has to offer. Reply Notify me Helpful.
Blast Tyrant Tracklist. Full title: Blast Tyrant Atlas of the Invisible World with Illustrations of Strange Beasts and Phantoms. Bonus disk cover: Blast Tyrant Q&A.
Of interchangeable sonics with pretty much any of their previous albums, most of Blast Tyrant's numbers are textbook and unmistakably Clutch, with their punchy, often circular-sounding guitar riffs, gruff vocal delivery, and über-ironic lyrics distinguished into three by now familiar categories: tales of unfathomably obscure imagery ("Spleen Merchant," "(In the Wake Of) The Sollen Goat," and "Eulogy for a Ghost")
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According to Fallon, "Blast Tyrant" has a vague theme running through it, dealing the adventures of a "conscientious objector" named Worm Drink as he is pursued by the villainous Blast Tyrant and his ship, the Swollen Goat. Although it's not a concept album per se, the disc is constructed with little to no space between the songs, giving the feel of a unified whole. Even this goes against standard record company policy these days, as most albums (pop and rock) feature two or three singles at best and stuff the rest of the CD with below-average filler. Blast Tyrant is a masterpiece
There is one advantage Clutch has over other bands: they are catchy as hell. Whether it's the riffs, the drum beats, or the words, Clutch's music is guaranteed to refuse to leave your mind. Take a look at this record's full title, Blast Tyrant's Atlas of the Invisible World Including Illustrations of Strange Beasts and Phantasms, and you will start to have an idea of the strange, quirkiness that surrounds the band Clutch. They are certainly a strange band, combining musical influences of blues, hard rock, and stoner rock all into one neat package. Clutch is: Neil Fallon - Vocals/Guitar Tim Sult - Guitar Dan Maines - Bass Jean-Paul Gaster - Drums. The first thing that needs to be said about Clutch is the songwriting
|2||Profits Of Doom||3:13|
|3||The Mob Goes Wild||3:32|
|5||Promoter (of Earthbound Causes)||3:14|
|8||Army Of Bono||4:37|
|10||(In The Wake Of) The Swollen Goat||3:02|
|14||(Notes From The Trial Of) La Curandera||5:49|
- Duplicated By – Music On The Run
NotesNo front sleeve.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout: 80 PG1175
|RTE 00410||Clutch||Blast Tyrant (CD, Album, Dig)||DRT Entertainment||RTE 00410||US||2004|
|none||Clutch||Blast Tyrant (2xLP, Album, Ltd, RE, 181)||Weathermaker Music||none||Europe||2012|
|RTE410||Clutch||Blast Tyrant (CD, Album, RP)||DRT Entertainment||RTE410||US||Unknown|
|WM018||Clutch||Blast Tyrant (2xLP, Album, RP, 180)||Weathermaker Music||WM018||US||Unknown|
|WM017||Clutch||Blast Tyrant (2xCD, Album, Dlx, RE, RM)||Weathermaker Music||WM017||2011|