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Clutch - Psychic Warfare Album

Clutch - Psychic Warfare Album
  • Performer Clutch
  • Title Psychic Warfare
  • Date of release 18 Dec 2015
  • Country US
  • Style Hard Rock
  • Label Weathermaker Music
  • Catalog number WM048
  • Other formats Vinyl, LP, Album, Limited Edition, Red Translucent
  • Genre Rock
  • Size MP3 2593 mb
  • Size FLAC 1796 mb
  • Rating: 4.3
  • Votes: 680


1Our Lady Of Electric Light3:51
2Your Love Is Incarceration
Written-By – Dan Maines, Eugene Freeman, Jean-Paul Gaster, Neil Fallon, Tim Sult
3X-Ray Visions3:42
4Doom Saloon1:12
5A Quick Death In Texas3:57
7Noble Savage2:49
8Son Of Virginia7:15
9The Affidavit0:25
10Decapitation Blues3:11
11Sucker For The Witch3:21
12Behold The Colossus3:51


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
WM044Clutch Psychic Warfare ‎(LP, Album, Whi)Weathermaker MusicWM044US2015
WM040Clutch Psychic Warfare ‎(CD, Album)Weathermaker MusicWM040US2015
WM047Clutch Psychic Warfare ‎(LP, Album, Blu)Weathermaker MusicWM047UK2015
WM040Clutch Psychic Warfare ‎(CD, Album, Unofficial)Weathermaker Music WM040Russia2015
WM042Clutch Psychic Warfare ‎(LP, Album)Weathermaker MusicWM042US2015


  • Art DirectionDan Winters
  • Artwork [Hand Drawing]Dan Winters
  • BassDan Maines
  • DesignAndrew Massiatte López
  • Drums, PercussionJean-Paul Gaster
  • EngineerAlberto De Icaza
  • Engineer [Assistant]Jeff Henson
  • GuitarTim Sult
  • Lyrics ByNeil Fallon
  • Mastered ByPaul Logus
  • Photography ByDan Winters , The Dan Winters Collection, The Library Of Congress
  • Producer, Engineer, Mixed ByMachine
  • Vocals, GuitarNeil Fallon
  • Written-ByDan Maines, Jean-Paul Gaster, Neil Fallon, Tim Sult


Basic tracks recorded at The Machine Shop, Austin, TX.
Vocals and overdubs recorded at The Doom Saloon, Frederick, MD.

Tracks are listed sequentially but track times do not appear on the release.

Note the runout etchings differ from the release catalog number on the jacket's spine.

[Note: Also distributed as a different release by Newbury Comics exclusive on transparent red vinyl as limited edition of 500 with an autographed booklet.]


  • Barcode (String): 896308002668
  • Barcode (Text): 8 96308 00266 8
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A runout, Hand-etched): WM042-A
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B runout, Hand-etched): WM042-B
  • Rights Society: ASCAP


  • Copyright (c) – Sea Gator Music
  • Recorded At – The Machine Shop, Austin, TX
  • Recorded At – The Doom Saloon
  • Mastered At – PLX Mastering
  • Published By – Sea Gator Music


Talk about Clutch - Psychic Warfare

WM048 should be the Newbury Comics exclusive limited 500 with autographed book on red translucent vinyl. WM044 is red vinyl with no book. The listings are incorrect.
Can someone please tell me if this version is Opaque? There are two, 'Red' variants listed on Discogs - this one commanding the most $$$ from sellers. The other 'Red' entry has the descriptive qualifier, "Translucent," and sellers are only asking roughly 1/3rd the price. I know the Catalog numbers on the spine are different, so there must be something different about the two Reds. Can someone please snap a pic of the spine with the cat. #? And it would be awesome if someone could inform on the opaqueness/non-opaqueness of this release. I hope this is opaque; if not, how would one differentiate the two red vinyls in the absence of their respective jackets? Apologies in advance if I am asking for information that many believe to be easily obtainable. I am dumbass. Thanks in advance to any C! fan that can be of assistance!
WM048 should be the Newbury Comics exclusive limited 500 with autographed book on red translucent vinyl. WM044 is red vinyl with no book. The listings are incorrect.
Thanks much for the information!!! This was what I was kinda thinking; however, I wanted to make sure. Thanks again!
The red translucent (not clear) I've added (WM048), Clutch (3) - Psychic Warfare , is the same pressing/mastering as the Newbury Comic release (WM044), Clutch (3) - Psychic Warfare , see matrices; probably like all first other vinyl releases in different colors, respectivly catalog numbers.The only difference IMHO is that Newbury et al. seem to have made a deal for releasing their own separate branch of the same master with extra on distribution, like autographed booklets etc.