Robot Hive/Exodus

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Robot Hive / Exodus
Studio album by Clutch
Released June 21, 2005
Recorded Bearsville,
Uncle Punchy Studios,
The Magpie Cage
2005
Genre Stoner rock, hard rock
Length 54:43
Label DRT Entertainment
Producer J. Robbins and Clutch
Clutch chronology
Live in Flint
(2004)
Robot Hive/Exodus
(2005)
Pitchfork & Lost Needles
(2005)
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 4/5 stars[1]

Robot Hive/Exodus is the seventh full-length studio album by rock band Clutch. It was released in 2005 (see 2005 in music), and contains 14 tracks (15 on certain editions), including two Blues covers. A reissue of the album was released on September 28, 2010 with the original 14 tracks, new packaging and a DVD of their performance at the Sounds of the Underground festival in July 2005.[2]

In popular culture[edit]

  • The song "Mice and Gods" was used as the entrance music for DaMarques Johnson at UFC 112.
  • The song "10001110101" was featured in the video game Prey as a jukebox song.
  • The song "Burning Beard" was featured in the video game MX vs. ATV Reflex.

Track listing[edit]

All tracks written by Clutch, except where noted.

No. Title Writer(s) Length
1. "The Incomparable Mr. Flannery"     3:34
2. "Burning Beard"     4:00
3. "Gullah"     4:24
4. "Mice and Gods"     3:55
5. "Pulaski Skyway"     4:09
6. "Never Be Moved"     4:04
7. "10001110101"     5:00
8. "Small Upsetters"     2:38
9. "Circus Maximus"     3:42
10. "Tripping the Alarm"     2:25
11. "10,000 Witnesses"     3:29
12. "Land of Pleasant Living"     4:06
13. "Gravel Road"   Lyrics: Mississippi Fred McDowell 5:18
14. "Who's Been Talking?"   Chester Burnett 3:46
15. "Slow Hole to China (bonus track)"     3:20
Total length:
54:43

Track 15 is included as a bonus track on some editions of this album. "What Would A Wookie Do?" and "Bottoms Up, Socrates" were both recorded during the Robot Hive/Exodus sessions. They were included on the 2005 compilation album "Pitchfork and Lost Needles."

Personnel[edit]

  • Neil Fallon – Vocals, Guitar, Percussion
  • Tim Sult – Guitar
  • Jean Paul Gaster – Drums, Percussion
  • Dan Maines – Bass
  • Mick Schauer – Hammond Organ, Hohner Clavinet, Wurlitzer Electric Piano
  • J. Robbins – Producer, Recorder
  • Chris Laidlaw – Engineer
  • John Agnello – Engineer, Mixing
  • Larry Packer – Engineer
  • Ted Young – Assistant Engineer
  • Alan Douches – Mastering
  • Jack Flanagan – Management
  • Tim Borror – Booking
  • Erica Forster, ESQ. – Legal
  • Bob McLynn – A & R
  • Nick Lakiotes – Art and Layout

Charting Positions[edit]

Album

Year Chart Position
2005 The Billboard 200 #94

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