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jhdeity
01-12-2014, 08:33 AM
Yeah I'm old and was at this show. Some people may have seen this posted on Clutch's FB page but for those who didn't this concert is a must see. Full video posted below. I was standing behind the guy recording and wound up moving right to have a better angle. It was cool seeing this so many years later and reliving it.

While I love the new Clutch and have a new appreciation for the brilliance of Blast Tyrant, this will always be me favorite Clutch music. I doubt I'll ever get to hear Binge and Purge live again but it would be cool to hear a few of these gems again someday...

Pile Driver
Wicker
Impetus
Juggernaut
Milk of Human Kindness
Bacchanal
Passive Restraints
High Caliber Consecrator
Far Country
Effigy


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fPsslDnrTcc#t=27

Coma323
01-12-2014, 10:22 AM
It's so odd seeing Neil without a beard.

jhdeity
01-12-2014, 10:37 AM
It's so odd seeing Neil without a beard.

Yeah he was tenacious back then too.

Coma323
01-12-2014, 10:38 AM
Looked up when these songs were last played on setlist.fm out of boredom. I know it's not 100% accurate since dates are missing but interesting nonetheless.

Pile Driver - July 31, 2004
Wicker - July 23, 1996
Impetus - January 29, 2006
Juggernaut - May 14, 1998
Milk of Human Kindness - August 5, 1996
Bacchanal - July 27, 1996
Passive Restraints - July 31, 2004
High Caliber Consecrator - November 24, 2001
Far Country - October 18, 1997
Effigy - March 20, 1994

jhdeity
01-12-2014, 12:51 PM
Looked up when these songs were last played on setlist.fm out of boredom. I know it's not 100% accurate since dates are missing but interesting nonetheless.

Pile Driver - July 31, 2004
Wicker - July 23, 1996
Impetus - January 29, 2006
Juggernaut - May 14, 1998
Milk of Human Kindness - August 5, 1996
Bacchanal - July 27, 1996
Passive Restraints - July 31, 2004
High Caliber Consecrator - November 24, 2001
Far Country - October 18, 1997
Effigy - March 20, 1994

Damn that is kinda interesting. You woulda thought when Pitchfork & Lost Needles came out in 2005 they would have played Wicker a few times at least. I would love to get a bootleg copy of that July 31st, 2004 show