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Filthy Thieving Bastards

A Melody Of Retreads and Broken Quills

(Members Of Swingin' Utters, Me First And the Gimme Gimmes, Camper Van Beethoven)

Better Youth Org. 76.2

Released on November 20, 2001


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Following up the debut nine song release on TKO Records, this fifteen song full length continues in the folk/punk styled tradition of The Pogues and the Swingin' Utters. The Filthy Thieving Bastards are the brainchild of Johnny and Darius of street punk legends The Swingin Utters. The all star cast of members includes bassist Spike (Me First And The Gimme Gimmes lead vocalist) and guitarist Greg Lisher from the infamous Camper Van Beethoven.

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Average Customer Rating: 3.5 with 5 reviews (See Below)
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Song Titles
# Song Name Popularity
1 Death Is Not The End  3%
2 Counterfeit Cassius Clay  3%
3 Mountain Tomb Voted #2  13%
4 Gene and Jene Voted #3  10%
5 Wasting Away  8%
6 Between The Lines  3%
7 After Thoughts  2%
8 Bitter Old Son  10%
9 Trolly's Sum  10%
10 Waltzing In My Spew  5%
11 Wait By The Door  2%
12 Grave Me  2%
13 The Killing Kind  0%
14 Aberfan Voted #1  20%
15 An Otherwise Sunny Day  8%
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Johann from Sydney, Australia 
Feb 17 2004 Rating: 5/5 Stars

This was always gonna be good knowing that it contains Darius, Johnny and Spike from the Swingin' Utters. Bit of Rock n Roll, Country, Folk, they pull it off easily. Very catchy songs. Can't wait for another album.

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Joel from Columbus, OH 
Apr 9 2003 Rating: 1/5 Stars

This CD is pure garbage, I heard this band on one of those punch drunk cd's and really liked thier song. Then I bought the CD and was like what happend! Don't buy it, whatever you do!!!!

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Joel from Oxnard, CA 
Feb 2 2002 Rating: 5/5 Stars

I knew back when they released their first ep that they're gonna make some more magnificent music. Now, it's for sure they're not just a side project. Anyway, the music is not as punk as fuck. It's Irish-folk blended with punk. Yeah, just like the Pogues, but that doesn't mean that they're just a reflection in the mirror. They do have their own way of doing it. Definitely a great buy for people who've been into punk rock for a long time and looking for something else that doesn't sound like the old distorted sounds.

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Seth from Highlands Ranch, CO 
Jan 25 2002 Rating: 2/5 Stars

UHHH... I don't know what to say, except this cd was not good. It's like the Utters gone country or crap or something. I've yet to find a song I liked that I can return to to remind me that the money I spent was worth it. I guess all I can say is don't go into this expecting the Utters, cause you won't find them here. If you like the Utters buy an Utters cd and not this one.

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Matt from Delray Beach, FL 
Jan 11 2002 Rating: 5/5 Stars

It's the Swingin' Utters more or less unplugged. What else is there to say? You know what the Utters sound like? You know what unplugged sounds like? Cool. Go buy this album. Thinking about it, there is one thing to say, if you are not all teary eyed after the first time you hear Aberfan then you are heartless.





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