Wolfsbane - Clutching At Straws mp3 album
Clutching at Straws is the fourth studio album by the British neo-progressive rock band Marillion, released in 1987. It was the last album with lead singer Fish, who left the band in 1988, and is a concept album.
Album Name Clutching at Straws. Music StyleHard Rock. Members owning this album1. 1. Clutching at Straws. Other productions from Wolfsbane. Wolfsbane Save the World.
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Teaming up once again with producer Chris Kimsey, Clutching at Straws showcases some of the band's most satisfying compositions, including the magnificent "Warm Wet Circles" and "That Time of the Night (The Short Straw). Bookended by Fish's disgust with not only himself, "Torch Song," but also with the burgeoning neo-Nazi uprising in Europe, "White Russian," the great Scot delivers an inspired condemnation.
The album peaked at on the . charts, where it scored Top 40 hits with Incommunicado, Sugar Mice, and Warm Wet Circles. Considered by many to be one of the neo-prog rocker’s finest, Clutching At Straws would also turn out to be Marillion’s final studio release with original singer Fish. One is a 4-CD/Blu-ray set, and the other a 5-LP version.
Although Clutching at Straws did not achieve the sales of its predecessor, the number one album Misplaced Childhood, spending 15 weeks on the UK album chart (the shortest chart residency of any of Marillion's first four studio albums), it was still an immediate commercial success, becoming the second highest charting Marillion album by entering the chart at number two. It produced three UK Top 40 singles: "Incommunicado", "Sugar Mice" and "Warm Wet Circles". The album has received critical acclaim.
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- Recorded At – Esspresso Bongo
- Mixed At – Esspresso Bongo
- Arranged By – Wolfsbane
- Artwork – Helen Plester
- Bass – Jeff*
- Drums – Stakk*
- Guitar – Jase The Ace*
- Photography – Paul Barber
- Vocals – Blaze Bayley
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