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Clutch - The Elephant Riders album mp3
Alternative Metal,Alternative Pop/Rock,Alternative/Indie Rock,Grunge,Heavy Metal
  • Performer:
    Clutch
  • Title:
    The Elephant Riders
  • Genre:
  • Style:
    Alternative Metal,Alternative Pop/Rock,Alternative/Indie Rock,Grunge,Heavy Metal
  • Date of release:
    April 14, 1998
  • Duration:
    53:31
  • Recording location:
    Electric Lady Studios, NY
  • Size FLAC version
    1120 megabytes
  • Size MP3 version
    1575 megabytes
  • Size WMA version
    1731 megabytes
  • Rating:
    4.8
  • Votes:
    509
  • Formats:
    ADX FLAC MOD TTA DMF MMF

The Elephant Riders is the third full-length album by the band Clutch, released April 14, 1998 on Columbia Records, the only album Clutch made for the label. The band convened in a 100-year-old house in West Virginia which they lodged in while making the album.

The Elephant Riders is the third full-length album by the band Clutch, released April 14, 1998 on Columbia Records, the only album Clutch made for the label.

The Elephant Riders (1998) by Clutch. Labels: Columbia Records. Genres: Stoner Metal, Hard Rock Members: Jean-Paul Gaster, Neil Fallon, Dan Maines, Tim Sult. Album (Studio full-length).

This CLUTCH album here sounds warm without surface noises BUT THE VOLUME IS LOW. I m wondering why the volume is so low in many represses. Antworten 1 Anwort anzeigen Mich bei Antworten benachrichtigen Helpful. bezogen auf The Elephant Riders, 2xLP, Album, Ltd, RE, Red, LETV462LP. Must have for my collection but the sound quality is lacking. Nice super warm sound on this CLUTCH album vinyl. Here we also have the best tunes from CLUTCH. Grab it, you ll love it (even the cd). Antworten Mich bei Antworten benachrichtigen Helpful. Does anyone describe the inner sleeves?

The Elephant Riders finds the band continuing the stylistic breakthroughs of Clutch, sharpening their guitar attack while adding subliminal elements of funk to their rhythms.

Album The Elephant Riders. Elephant Riders Lyrics. I'll keep pulling on the towpath You keep floating on the river Yeah, until the day is done Keep on keeping on the low road Chesapeake and Ohio Because on the higher ground you will find. Elephant Riders to the northwest bring news from father. Looking like it's always closing The Salty Dog is always open Here, I got an .

Credits

Jim Champagne - Assistant Engineer
Clutch - Composer, Primary Artist
Jason Corsaro - Engineer, Mixing
James Diener - A&R
Jack Douglas - Producer
Sean Evans - Art Direction
Neil Fallon - Vocals
Kurt Garrison - Assistant Engineer
Jean-Paul Gaster - Drums
Barbara Lipke - Assistant Engineer
Dan Maines - Bass
Delfeayo Marsalis - Guest Artist
Larry Packer - Engineer
Lawrence Packer - Engineer
Jack Joseph Puig - Mixing
Andy Salas - Assistant Engineer
Tim Sult - Guitar
Howie Weinberg - Mastering
Dan Winters - Photography

Track List

Title/Composer Performer Time
1 The Elephant Riders Clutch Clutch 3:50
2 Ship of Gold Clutch Clutch 4:22
3 Eight Times over Miss October Clutch Clutch 4:21
4 The Soapmakers Clutch Clutch 2:57
5 The Yeti Clutch Clutch 4:59
6 Muchas Veces Clutch Clutch 5:44
7 Green Buckets Clutch Clutch 3:53
8 Wishbone Clutch Clutch 3:43
9 Cracker Jack Clutch Clutch 5:10
10 The Dragonfly Clutch Clutch 14:32

Rit
Their sound on this album is quite a lot different to "Clutch "and in a good way. Mixing guitar" assault" with almost heavy funk and , of course, their own style of blues. Highly recommended
Lucam
Defining a certain branch of Hard Rock “funky” only because of the shifted accents in the rhythmic section is like defining Led Zeppelin funkier than The Jimi Hendrix Experience. Ghost notes, seventh chords, interlocking grooves, Free Jazz improvisation and garage-like spontaneity: all these terms are stranger to Clutch, who instead insisted on replicating a “professional” take on Blues Rock that sounds even more professional that any modern B.B. King album. The band continue to do their irrelevant style messing up the production dynamics instead of building up hooks or melodic variation. The songs all sound perfect and impeccable, but on a level of consistence, they’re barer than the Atacama Desert, including the 12 minutes closing mammoth “The Dragonfly” and its ghost track. The low value is due not so much because of the low quality of the album as instead to the fact releases as predictable as this are completely unnecessary.Highlights: “The Soapmakers”, “The Dragonfly”.