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Rock: Adult Alternative Pop/Rock Rock: Modern Rock Moods: Featuring Saxophone
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See Ya

by Clutch Grabwell

The third release of original horn driven rock
Genre: Rock: Adult Alternative Pop/Rock
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1. Wide Open
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2. How Ya Gonna Be
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3. How About Now
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4. Rewind
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5. Damage & Dust
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6. Spoken Here
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7. Looking to Get Over
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8. Like You Said
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9. Now
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10. Do It 4 You
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11. Test
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12. Time
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13. Gravity
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14. Frustrated
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2:20 album only
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Kevin Doherty

Great Music From A Great Band
Well This has to be a breakthrough for clutch grabwell. I was a former student of mark campbell and he is an amazing songwriter. This is there best CD yet! the sound, the art work, and, the lyrics just seem to flow with a grove. like it was ment to be! Love the new clutch grabwell cd SEE YA! and if you havent seen CG live yet. Better Catchem In the clubs now before they make it big! peace dudes

Dave Berquist

Great stuff
I first saw Clutch several years ago at an old bar outside the now-closed Fore River Shipyard in Quincy - it was the perfect room for the music. They were out of CD's that night and I don't live in the area anymore, so it was a bonus to find them at cdbaby - the music drives just as I remember it - hope to hear more live stuff on a future CD - I think they are probably like J Geils - even better live than in the studio when you get the right folks doing the recording. Tremendous.

"Pistol" Pete

Kick you in the head ROCK!
I used to see Clutch back in the day. Lost track of them over the years but recently started listening again. Saw they came out with this ablum and had to get it. As predicted I wasn't disappointed.

CG has kept up with their usualy @$$ kicking rock. If you don't find yourself taping your foot, playing an air instrument, or doing a Jason Newstead better check your pulse........chances don't have one!

Brian Stewart

awesome, I have a new favorite song every day
This is by far one of my favorite cd's. Each song has it's own personality, it seems. The drumwork and horns are fabulous not to mention the guitar riffs and bassline. I also love the video that's on it when you put it in the 'puter.