The Mob Goes Wild

Album: Blast Tyrant (2004)
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  • Clutch frontman Neil Fallon wrote this song at the beginning of the Iraq War. He told us in a 2013 interview: "I found it to be kind of surreal on a bunch of different levels. That was my way of transcribing that onto paper. I think it was some kind of civil discontent on my part."
  • This was a downloadable song on the video game Rock Band 2.
  • The song's music video was directed by the American reality television personality, actor and stunt men Bam Margera and shot at Rex's in West Chester, Pennsylvania. It featured Margera's Viva La Bam co-stars, Ryan Dunn, Brandon DiCamillo, and Don Vito.


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