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Clearly When the Storm Comes Down is the last Flotsam and Jetsam (F&J) album to be a real thrasher or at least contain some thrash. This was their third release and while the title is cool, the album cover certainly doesn't go with it (unless I'm missing something). F&J decided to make this their transition album. What we get is a 50/50 thrash/mid tempo stuff with some weird production to boot. At times the guitars sound funny and the overall sound is very raw, but it works with the material at hand. By far, the two best songs on this album are The Master Sleeps and Suffer The Masses. Like I said before, this was a transition album because this sounds nothing like the first two albums (which were all thrash). After this release, F&J would continue with the mid tempo stuff all the way to present day. I give this album 5 stars because it's good and different. Finding it in digital format was a chore until I came across mp3caprice. They had it and in 320 bit mp3, so it made getting it a no brainer.