12 Songs, 32 Minutes

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EDITORS’ NOTES

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Ratings and Reviews

I was in this band

gibsonmoderne

Clockwise was an amazing experience for me. Unfortunately, Clive Davis didn't have enough vision to see us play before dropping us when he bought RCA. The band was in massive creative transition when creating this album. The demos we created after this album prove that this band had a future in mainstream rock. Check the demos out on MySpace-Clockwise of Las Vegas, NV. I miss and love every member of this band. Clockwise falling apart is the greatest disappointment of my life. Thanks Mr. Davis.
Scott Beare

Phatter Than Albert

KingTaco619

I dig this album but I miss a lot of the old Clockwise back when they were known as Phatter Than Albert. My old band, Grooveyard , used to play out with them and they killed every time and were nice guys to hang with. Glad to see that got to evolve with this recording. Would have loved to see and hear what should have been. I hope the guys are doing well.

About Clockwise

In the late 90's, a small metal band from Las Vegas began garnering good reviews for their energetic live shows and hypnotic lead singer. The band was Clockwise, a savage group of hardcore-influenced musicians that included bassist Alfonso Bernal, drummer Dave McMahan, vocalist Austin Leduc, and guitarists Justin Pasquale and Scott Bears. Once known in the city for his vandalism more than his musical skills, Leduc became the center of attention when the band's high octane sound began catching on with hard rock fans. Offering big choruses, solid hooks, and a penchant for flashy stage moves, Clockwise caught the attention of RCA Records, who signed the group and paired them with producer Dan Brodbeck. The collaboration led to Healthy Manipulation, released in the summer of 2002 after legendary Nirvana/Slayer mixer Andy Wallace gave the record a final polish.

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