Clutch Songs Ranked

Clutch is an American rock band from Germantown, Maryland. Since its formation in 1991, the band line-up has included Tim Sult (lead guitar), Dan Maines (bass), Jean-Paul Gaster (drums), and Neil Fallon (vocals, rhythm guitar, keyboards). To date, Clutch has released twelve studio albums, and several rarities, and live albums. Since 2008, the band has been signed to their own record label, Weathermaker Music. In an August 2020 interview on the Detroit-based radio station WRIF, drummer Jean-Paul Gaster stated that Clutch would “probably” begin recording their thirteenth studio album in the winter. In an interview with Metal Kaoz in April 2021, Gaster offered an update on the new album, saying: “Over the last year, we’ve written a lot of songs for our new album, and we’ve done some streaming shows too, which was something we knew nothing about prior to the pandemic. But we educated ourselves quickly, and that kept us busy for a lot of last years as well. We’ve been writing now for our new album that we will record in the fall, and I think we’re spending more time than ever in the studio, just trying out different ideas. And most of the ideas don’t ever really make it to the end; we try 10 things and we keep one.” Gaster also stated that their new album will likely not be released until early 2022. Here are all of the Clutch songs ranked.

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10. Spacegrass (Clutch, 1995)

“I love how Clutch makes this song sound like a Messianic/ancient aliens/prophesying situation when it’s about cruising down the highway smoking pot. It’s creative and groovy and I have to admit that I’ve partaken in space grass while driving and listening to this.”

9. 10001110101 (Robot Hive/Exodus, 2005)

“Neil says the numbers dont mean anything and that it “fit the rythym”. He implied that he likes to stir up arguments over nothing between fans. As far as the rest of the song, who knows?”

8. Earth Rocker (Earth Rocker, 2013)

“Clutch fans come to the band from many angles, and it’s worth saying up front that I came to them originally as a metal and hardcore fan. So for me, the couple moments on this album when the band rocks back on blues “cliches” are a bit of a lull, but there is far less of that influence and flow than on the two previous albums, so I’m an exquisitely happy Clutch fan.”

Clutch – Robot Hive / Exodus (2005, Digipak, CD) - Discogs

7. Willie Nelson (Slow Hole To China, Rare & Rereleased, 2003)

“Awesome stuff guys! Willie Nelson is one of my all-time favorites, this is a really nice update of it. Fantastic video as well, I thought it was really cool to see Neil without a beard again. I also liked the part where the cop chucks away the Slow Hole to China vinyl at 2:05, nice touch!”

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6. Firebirds (Psychic Warfare, 2015)

“Clutch never ceases to amaze me. It’s like they dig the most important things to my out of my heart and make songs about their time and time again. They’re psychic MASTERS! It’s surreal!”

5. Burning Beard (Robot Hive/Exodus, 2005)

“Deep meaning lyrics, awesome arrangement, great musical and literal culture. These elements make Clutch my favorite band in the whole world and this song is their best outcome.”

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4. 50,000 Unstoppable Watts (Strange Cousins from the West, 2009)

“Curiously clean, muted and polite-sounding (certainly by Clutch standards) – the qualities of this album took a while to reveal themselves to me but reveal themselves they did. Clutch are one of the great modern heavy rock bands – I should have had more faith. Live and learn.”

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3. The Regulator (Blast Tyrant, 2004)

“Clutch is excellent. I can find a Clutch song to match any mood I’m in. This song is a good example of their genius. This song is one I can’t keep from playing in my mind over and over. Even try to sing it aloud when I’m sure no one is around that would commit me for sounding nuts.”

2. The Mob Goes Wild (Blast Tyrant, 2004)

“This is one of the absolute greatest rock songs ever. As time goes by people will discover it and love it the way we all do. One of the best songs of all time.”

1. Electric Worry (From Beale Street to Oblivion, 2007)

“This song and the entire album is an essential purchase to every Led Zeppelin fan and beyond. Great track and album! It’s a really good mixture of blues and hard rock. It’s a great combination, and it works.”