Clutch From Beale Street To Oblivion Album
From Beale Street to Oblivion is the eighth full-length studio album by rock band Clutch. It was produced by Joe Barresi (whose credits include The Melvins, Kyuss, Queens of the Stone Age and Coheed and Cambria), and released on the DRT Entertainment label. The album was released on March 27, 2007 and was the second of two Clutch albums to feature keyboardist Mick Schauer.
The album title comes from a line in the song "The Devil & Me", and is named after the real Beale Street in Memphis, Tennessee. The song "One Eye Dollar" is a remake of the same track from Jam Room. The track "Electric Worry" is a partial cover of the Mississippi Fred McDowell song "Fred's Worried Life Blues" and features Eric Oblander of Five Horse Johnson on harmonica. It also shares a striking similarity to "Boom Boom" by John Lee Hooker, even including the "Bang Bang Bang Bang" variation he would do live. A music video has been produced for the track "Electric Worry" and has been presented on Headbangers Ball. "Electric Worry" was also featured in commercials for the TV show Memphis Beat and the video game Left 4 Dead 2. A reissue of the album has been released on 20 July 2010. From Wikipedia
|Release information about the album|
Release Date: 03/27/2007
Tracks in From Beale Street To Oblivion: You Can't Stop Progress, Power Player, The Devil & Me, White's Ferry, Child Of The City, Electric Worry, One Eye Dollar, Rapture Of Riddley Walker, When Vegans Attack, Opossum Minister, Black Umbrella, Mr. Shiny Cadillackness
From Beale Street To Oblivion Album Tracklist:
- You Can't Stop Progress Lyrics
- Power Player Lyrics
- The Devil & Me Lyrics
- White's Ferry Lyrics
- Child Of The City Lyrics
- Electric Worry Lyrics
- One Eye Dollar Lyrics
- Rapture Of Riddley Walker Lyrics
- When Vegans Attack Lyrics
- Opossum Minister Lyrics
- Black Umbrella Lyrics
- Mr. Shiny Cadillackness Lyrics
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