Back in the 90s, I was a fan of Clutch, with their first couple of albums. But my music tastes changed, and I moved away from most metal stuff. For Christmas, my wife got me "From Beale St. To Oblivion". MAN ! Talk about a blues-rock explosion ! They`ve really changed since their early days, but that quirky humor in the lyrics is still there (" You can always tell the terrorist/ by his cologne and the watch on his wrist" ) A fantastic album all - around ! Thinking about moving backwards through their catalog now - any must-haves ? Did they just make this transition in styles with this album, or have they been in the more blues-rock vein for awhile ?