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Swingin' Utters

Streets Of San Francisco (Reissue)

Fat Wreck Chords 636

Released on October 23, 2001


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Average Customer Rating: 4.5 with 7 reviews (See Below)
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Song Titles
# Song Name Popularity
1 Storybook Disease  8%
2 Jackie Jab  5%
3 Tied Down, Spit On  3%
4 Teenage Genocide Voted #1  17%
5 Catastrophe Voted #3  10%
6 Mr. Believer  5%
7 Well Wisher  2%
8 No Place In The Sun  5%
9 Petty Wage  3%
10 Come On  2%
11 No Eager Men Voted #2  12%
12 Beached Sailor  3%
13 (Take Me To The) Riverbank  3%
14 Just Like Them  5%
15 Stars And Starlets  2%
16 Soldier Boy  6%
17 Last Chance  3%
18 All Laced Up  3%
19 Expletive Deleted  4%
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Tom from Shrewsbury, United Kingdom 
Aug 16 2010 Rating: 4/5 Stars

This is a great album. if your into 70's inspired punk, obviously great for fans of Sham 69 and Stuff Little Fingers. I'll end up sayin what alot of people say... that Teenage Genocide is the best track... because on this CD it is, bu there are aload of other great tracks aswell

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Jonny from New Britain, CT 
Nov 15 2009 Rating: 4/5 Stars

Classic utters on this disc. This record has alot of their staple tracks like "teenage genocide", "no eager men" and "catastrophe". This has a very oi! / streetpunk punk vibe to it as does most of their early material, and absolute must for all swingin utters fans.

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Seth from Slate Hill, NY 
Feb 7 2006 Rating: 5/5 Stars

Holy Shit! this is one hell of an album. This album is a classic, and an essential for any punk fan. This album has everything, from 77 style punk to accordians and drunk gang vocals. But enough of this bullshit, just get the album.

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Gerardo from Ponce, PR 
Jan 16 2006 Rating: 3/5 Stars

Definitivamente este no es uno de sus mejores discos. Los que se pueden considerar como obras maestras lo son "Dead flowers...", "A juvenile product..." y el s/t. A estos tres hay que darles 5 estrellas obligao. "The streets of..." es un disco bastante generico en cuanto a musica. La banda no esta totalmente definida. Aqui comienzan a trabajar con los rasgos, con el estilo, que los caracterizara en trabajos posteriores. Hay canciones que me dan a entender que tienen influencias de D.O.A, Dropkick Murphys y algo, una influencia lejana a Ramones. Este disco es fundamental para quien quiere seguir toda la trayectoria y estar conciente de la evolucion musical desta gran banda. Deste disco sobresalen las canciones "Teenage Genocide" y "Catastrophe".

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Benjamin from Boston, MA 
Dec 19 2004 Rating: 5/5 Stars

This CD is a sort of punk-rock 101 for those uneducated in the old ways. Swingin' Utters could very easily be the ideal Hellcat band, with gravelly, spirited vocals and wild guitar work - the Brit-punk influences are obvious, although the title is sort of puzzling. Don't be fooled by the lopsided ratings; yes, "Teenage Genocide" is a standout track, but that doesn't mean the rest is filler. The album is great from start to finish. It goes by pretty quickly, too. People looking for innovation won't get much from this CD, but I strongly recommend it if you are unimpressed by other punk acts, if that makes any sense.

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Robert from Drumright, OK 
Nov 26 2003 Rating: 5/5 Stars

The Swingin' Utters are by far my favorite band. They can do so much stylistically. 5 lessons learned is a must have from the Utters, but this one is pretty good in itself.

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Anita from Omak, WA 
Aug 30 2002 Rating: 4/5 Stars

Great punk rock cd. Decent Swingin' Utters cd. Not many slow folk-sounding songs on this one and thats a good thing. It's all sweet sounding fast loud punk rock with good lyrics. "Juvenile product of working class" and "Five lessons learned" are better cds though, so if you dont have any other Utters cds then get those first. Best songs are "Teenage genocide", "Petty wage", and "All laced up".

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