Mp3 Clutch - From Beale Street To Oblivion
Guitar – Bryan Hinkley
|3||White's Ferry [Live In Australia]|
|4||The Devil & Me||3:55|
|5||The Devil & Me [Live In Australia]|
|6||Child Of The City [Live In Australia]|
Harmonica – Eric Oblander
|8||Mr. Shiny Cadillackness|
Guitar – Bryan HinkleyHarmonica – Eric Oblander
|9||Rapture Of Ridley Walker||4:08|
|10||Child Of The City||3:52|
Harmonica – Eric Oblander
|13||You Can't Stop Progress||2:40|
|14||Politician [Live At The BBC]|
|15||Mr. Shiny Cadillackness [Live At The BBC]|
|16||One Eye Doller [Live At The BBC]|
|17||Cypress Grove [Live At The BBC]|
|18||One Eye Dollar||1:24|
|19||Electric Worry [Live At The BBC]|
|20||You Gonna Wreck My Life [Live In Australia]|
|21||When Vegans Attack||4:54|
|DRT449||Clutch||From Beale Street To Oblivion (CD, Album, Dig)||DRT Entertainment||DRT449||Germany||2007|
|DRT449||Clutch||From Beale Street To Oblivion (CD, Album)||DRT Entertainment||DRT449||Australia & New Zealand||2007|
|WM015||Clutch||From Beale Street To Oblivion (2xCD, Album, RE)||Weathermaker Music||WM015||US||2010|
|DRT449||Clutch||From Beale Street To Oblivion (CD, Album)||DRT Entertainment||DRT449||US||2007|
|DRT215||Clutch||From Beale Street To Oblivion (CD, Album)||DRT Entertainment||DRT215||US||2007|
- Art Direction, Design, Artwork – Nick Lakiotos
- Bass – Dan Maines
- Drums, Percussion – Jean-Paul Gaster
- Engineer [Additional Engineering] – Pete Martinez
- Engineer [Assistant At Bay 7] – Glen Pittman
- Guitar – Tim Sult
- Management – Jack Flanagan
- Organ [Hammond B3], Piano, Clavinet [Hohner] – Mick Schauer
- Photography By – Louis Rivera
- Producer, Recorded By, Mixed By – Evil Joe Barresi
- Vocals, Guitar – Neil 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