Deluxe CD/DVD edition of this 2005 album from the American rockers featuring a bonus DVD containing an entire concert and the Jeremy Hunt-directed "Burning Beard" video clip. Also included is newly expanded artwork with card created by Nick Lakiotes as well as a Robot Hive/Exodus puzzle piece coaster.
Digitally remastered and expanded two CD edition of this 2007 album, considered on of the fiercest, catchiest and overall best sounding Blues Rock releases of our generation. Upgrading the artwork and packaging and adding visual digital enhancement was just the beginning: Clutch fans now have double the value of musical content, as the band has added nine Memphis-blues influenced performances from the planet's far reaches, as only Clutch can pull off!
Forget whatever you thought about Clutch. Earth Rocker crumples up the bad categories that have miscast them for years — stoner rock, post-hardcore, metal, grunge — and leaves no question about what they are: a damn good rock and roll band.
The long awaited third part in a series of three incredible CLUTCH re-issues is finally HERE, and this time the band and their label (Weathermaker) have thrown in the extra special value added twist!!! "BLAST TYRANT", the classic 2004 release will be re-packaged as an epic 25 song double disc! In addition to original CLUTCH favorites like "The Mob Goes WUd", "Profits of Doom", "Weathermaker", "Cypress Grove", etc., this package contains the new 10 song bonus CD called "BASKET of EGGS". Featuring the first NEWLY recorded Clutch music in two years, "Basket of Eggs" is split between the extremely rare, electric, post-"Pure Rock Fury" demos (recorded in 2002, mixed in 2011) and BRAND NEW acoustic style recordings just recently captured in January 2011.
“Pensar en nada” is the fifth studio album by the Argentine singer-songwriter León Gieco.
“Vivencia” is the disc that follows “Mi Cuarto” LP. I read somewhere in the network that after that LP (Mi Cuarto), they did not get better jobs … Hmmm, debatable.
“El Fantasma De Canterville” is the third album of study of the Argentine singer-songwriter León Gieco. It was released in 1976 by the label Music Hall.
David Chesky, born in Miami in 1956, settled in New York City in the 1970s and now identifies himself as an "urban orchestral composer." His Urban Concertos, of which he has written nearly a dozen, constitute his most substantial output. In the program notes for this recording of three of his concertos, he wrote, "Perhaps one can say my style is neo-impressionist. But I do not live on some quaint idyllic country farm, I live in the city that never sleeps! It is a hard-driving concrete jungle that pulsates around the clock." "Pulsating" is an apt descriptor for Chesky's music, which is notable for its restlessly high energy and rhythmic propulsiveness.