Weathermaker Records presents a series of Clutch catalog releases reimagined and individually curated by one of the band members and reissued as part of the Clutch Collector's Series. The artwork is in the vein of the original yet strikingly different. The vinyl releases are remastered and manufactured on colored 180-gram vinyl which in turn is stored in extra heavy sleeves. The gatefold jackets are printed on metalized polyester paper and each album includes a numbered insert autographed by all band members. 2005's Robot Hive / Exodus contains some of Clutch's classic tracks, such as "Mice and Gods" and "10001110101"; and it closes with two hoary old blues covers: Mississippi Fred McDonald's "Gravel Road" and Howlin Wolf's "Who's Been Talking?"