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Mp3 Clutch - From Beale Street To Oblivion

  • Performer: Clutch
  • Album: From Beale Street To Oblivion
  • Label: Weathermaker Music
  • Catalog #: WM020
  • MP3: 1877 mb | FLAC: 2439 mb
  • Released: 18 Apr 2015
  • Country: USA & Canada
  • Style: Alternative Rock, Hard Rock, Stoner Rock, Blues Rock
  • Rating: 4.2/5
  • Votes: 358
  • Category: Rock
Mp3 Clutch - From Beale Street To Oblivion


1White's Ferry
Guitar – Bryan Hinkley
2Opossum Minister4:26
3White's Ferry [Live In Australia]
4The Devil & Me3:55
5The Devil & Me [Live In Australia]
6Child Of The City [Live In Australia]
7Electric Worry
Harmonica – Eric Oblander
8Mr. Shiny Cadillackness
Guitar – Bryan HinkleyHarmonica – Eric Oblander
9Rapture Of Ridley Walker4:08
10Child Of The City3:52
11Power Player3:04
12Black Umbrella
Harmonica – Eric Oblander
13You Can't Stop Progress2:40
14Politician [Live At The BBC]
15Mr. Shiny Cadillackness [Live At The BBC]
16One Eye Doller [Live At The BBC]
17Cypress Grove [Live At The BBC]
18One Eye Dollar1:24
19Electric Worry [Live At The BBC]
20You Gonna Wreck My Life [Live In Australia]
21When Vegans Attack4:54


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
DRT449Clutch From Beale Street To Oblivion ‎(CD, Album, Dig)DRT EntertainmentDRT449Germany2007
DRT449Clutch From Beale Street To Oblivion ‎(CD, Album)DRT EntertainmentDRT449Australia & New Zealand2007
WM015Clutch From Beale Street To Oblivion ‎(2xCD, Album, RE)Weathermaker MusicWM015US2010
DRT449Clutch From Beale Street To Oblivion ‎(CD, Album)DRT EntertainmentDRT449US2007
DRT215Clutch From Beale Street To Oblivion ‎(CD, Album)DRT EntertainmentDRT215US2007


  • Art Direction, Design, ArtworkNick Lakiotos
  • BassDan Maines
  • Drums, PercussionJean-Paul Gaster
  • Engineer [Additional Engineering]Pete Martinez
  • Engineer [Assistant At Bay 7]Glen Pittman
  • GuitarTim Sult
  • ManagementJack Flanagan
  • Organ [Hammond B3], Piano, Clavinet [Hohner]Mick Schauer
  • Photography ByLouis Rivera
  • Producer, Recorded By, Mixed ByEvil Joe Barresi
  • Vocals, GuitarNeil Fallon


2015 Record Store Day Exclusive. First time available on vinyl.

Limited to 1300 copies.
Gatefold, with lyrics and credit on inner panes. Printed paper inner sleeves with artwork. Translucent purple records.

Tracks A4 and B1 reversed from track listing on packaging.
Play order differs from previous CD release.

Recorded September, 2006 at Sound City, Van Nuys, California.
Mixed at Bay 7, Valley Village, California.


  • Barcode (text and scan): 896308002194
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A, etched): WM020 A
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B, etched): WM020 B
  • Matrix / Runout (Side C, etched): WM020 C
  • Matrix / Runout (Side D, etched): WM020 D2


  • Recorded At – Sound City Studios
  • Mixed At – Bay 7 Studios



From Beale Street to Oblivion - Clutch. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей. From Beale Street to Oblivion is the eighth full-length studio album by American rock band Clutch. The album was released on March 20, 2007 and was the second of two Clutch albums to feature keyboardist Mick Schauer. I don't own this masterpiece All rights belong to Clutch, record label and etc. Tracklist: 01. You Can't Stop Progress 02. Power Player 03. The Devil & in album Clutch - From Beale Street To Oblivion 2007. Clutch - You Can't Stop The Progress. Clutch - Power Player. Clutch - The Devil & Me. Update Required To play the media you will need to either update your browser to a recent version or update your Flash plugin. Album 2007 21 Songs. 21 tracks 87:58. Circa the early 21st century, it has become quite uncommon for hard rock bands to create a substantial following the old-fashioned way - nonstop touring - rather than having to rely on MTV and radio's stamp of approval. But Clutch have done it their way since the very beginning, and their tenth full-length overall, 2007's From Beale Street to Oblivion, may just be their strongest and most focused recording yet. The riffs are still meaty, the still somewhat new addition of organ has added a deep classic rock dimension, and Neil Fallon's pissed-off trucker vocals are as, well, ballsy as ever if you want emo-boy whining you've come to the wrong place, buster. From Beale Street to Oblivion. Released March 27, 2007. From Beale Street to Oblivion Tracklist. You Can't Stop Progress Lyrics. Power Player Lyrics. The Devil & Me Lyrics. I personally recommend this album to everyone, even those who hated previous Clutch work, just to see whether you'll get it. If you want some good-time rock that isnt afraid to show you a few surprises, then this is for you. And even if that's not what you want, try it anyway - given the chance, From Beale Street to Oblivion will show you that rock doesn't have to be straight-laced, serious and concerned with the mainstream to be good. Verdict: 910 Funny, quirky, and well executed - what more do you want Standout tracks: - You Can't Stop the Progress - Power Player - T

Shit sound, noisy all over. Worst piece of vinyl ever produced? Could very well be.
Gatefold sleeve and inners very thin and cheap. Inner sleeves were already split when I took album out of shrink.
Best West
Rapture and white's ferry are definitely switched on my copy as well. Track listing is correct though. Strange, but a great sounding record.
Me too !!!! White's Ferry is on B1 on my copie !
So far, my copy sounds great. Very nice. m/
My copy plays "The Rapture of Riddley Walker" where "White's Ferry" should be and vice versa, Anybody else get that?
Yup. I've gotten used to listening to it on a streaming service and that caught me off guard.
Mine too!
Sometimes tracks have to be changed around due to time limits on a record side. Someone should change the tracks and add it to the notes
Yup, same here
Yes, mine is the same.
Wish I could test mine out to check it.
Returned my copy to the store. Both discs were really noisy - one of the worst I've heard, actually. Anyone else got the same problem?
Mine is noisy as hell. And I wish they'd spread the actual album across three sides and included fewer live tracks. Between the low levels due to the long running time and the surface noise, this release really is not that good. I imagine I'll be spinning my CD copy much more frequently. Color me disappointed.
Trash Obsession
No surface noise apparent on mine whatsoever. Just picked up a new leftover stock copy from a local shop. The mix sounds a little weak compared to other artists' releases but it's right in line with the other Weathermaker releases I own. Not fantastic, but nowhere near what I'd consider "bad". Just sounds like nothing special was done for the mix to go from Digital/CD to Vinyl. I notice more frequency separation compared to Digital, but nothing for the dynamics.
Did the cleaning make any difference?
Mine is the noisiest vinyl I own by far. I am going to have it cleaned on the VPI and we will see if that clears it up at all.
Mine sounds like dogshit unfortunately. Came on here to see if I was the only one. Guess not!
Mine seemed really noisy. Gave it a good cleaning and sounds pretty good now.
I`ve got my RSD-Release Copy in Germany. Everything as stated here but I have a different Barcode: 86308002194. Is this a different version?
I bought mine in the UK. It has your barcode on the record but the 2569 one on a sticker over the top
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