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Swingin' Utters

One of the more traditional-sounding of California's punk revival bands, Swingin' Utters formed in the late '80s around a first-name-only lineup of vocalist Johnny, guitarists Max and Darius, bassist Kevin, and drummer Greg. Originally based in Santa Cruz, these street punks later moved to San Francisco and recorded for several different labels, including Side One, IFA Records, and New Red Archives. The group first released 1992's Scared as Johnny Peebucks & the Swingin' Utters, but things really started to happen for them three years later with their full-length The Streets of San Francisco. The album garnered the band much attention, including Best Debut Album at the Bay Area Music Awards, and Swingin' Utters soon found themselves on the first annual Vans Warped Tour. They later also toured with Rancid before signing to Fat Wreck Chords (run by NOFX's Fat Mike); Swingin' Utters released A Juvenile Product of the Working Class in 1996 and Five Lessons Learned two years later. The Sounds Wrong EP from 1995 was re-released by the label in 1998, with the Brazen Head EP following the next year.

Around the same time, the guys also lent six tracks to a split with Youth Brigade as part of the BYO Split Series. The band's self-titled third studio effort was released in fall 2000, and national tours with the Damned and Dropkick Murphys further heightened the group's popularity among punk rockers. Their debut full-length, produced by Lars Fredericksen, was re-released in October 2001. The next Swingin' Utters studio effort, Dead Flowers, Bottles, Bluegrass, and Bones, was issued in February 2003; a live album in the Live in a Dive series surfaced in summer 2004. By this time, the group comprised founding members Johnny Bonnel, Darius Koski, and Greg McEntee, along with bassist/vocalist Spike Slawson (Me First and the Gimme Gimmes) and guitarist Jack Dalrymple (One Man Army). The bandmembers went back to their other projects during what would turn out to be an eight-year gap between albums before getting back to business in 2011 with their much delayed seventh album, Here, Under Protest, which was followed up quickly in 2013 by the proto-punk-influenced Poorly Formed. A ninth album, Fistful of Hollow, appeared in 2014. ~ John Bush & Corey Apar
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Selected Discography

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Track List: Here Under Protest

1. Brand New Lungs

2. Taking The Long Way

3. Bent Collector Of 1,000 Limbs

4. Kick It Over

5. Good Things

6. Sketch Squandered Teen

7. Heavy Head

8. (You've Got To) Give It All To The Man

9. Time On My Own

10. Lepers, Thieves And Whores

11. Blindness Is Kind

12. Reds And Blues And Beggars

13. Scary Brittle Frame

14. Effortless Amnesiac

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Track List: Swingin' Utters

1. Pills & Smoke

2. Taken Train

3. Watching The Wayfarers

4. The Note

5. Will Success Spoil Rock Hunter

6. Playboys, Punks, And Pretty Things

7. Second Skin

8. Eddie's Teddy

9. Teen Idol Eyes

10. The Green Grass

11. Scum Grief

12. Another Day

13. Step Inside This Room

14. Little Creeps

15. My Glass House

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Track List: Five Lessons Learned

1. Five Lessons Learned

2. Tell Me Lies

3. A Promise To Disinction

4. The Stooge

5. Picture's Perfect

6. This B**tard's Life

7. As You Start Leaving

8. I Need Feedback

9. Good People

10. As Sure As I'm Down

11. Untitled 21

12. Unpopular Again

13. New Day Rising

14. Two Jacks S**tty

15. Fruitless Fortunes

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Track List: A Juvenile Product Of The Working Class

1. Windspitting Punk

2. No Time To Play

3. Nowhere Fast

4. Keep Running

5. Sustain

6. One In All

7. Derailer

8. The Next In Line

9. Sign It Away

10. Time Tells Time

11. Almost Brave

12. Fifteenth And T

13. London Drunk

14. The Black Pint

15. Bigot's Barrel

16. A Step To Go

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Track List: The Streets Of San Francisco

1. Storybook Disease

2. Jackie Jab

3. Tied Down, Spit On

4. Teenage Genocide

5. Catastrophe

6. Mr. Believer

7. Wellwisher

8. No Place In The Sun

9. Petty Wage

10. Come On

11. No Eager Men

12. Beached Sailor

13. (Take Me To The) Riverbed

14. Just Like Them

15. Stars And Starlets

16. Soldier Boy

17. Last Chance

18. All Laced Up

19. Expletive Deleted

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Track List: Fistful Of Hollow

1. Alice

2. Fistful Of Hollow

3. Tell Them Told You So

4. From The Towers To The Tenements

5. Napalm South

6. More Or Less Moral

7. I'm Not Coming Home

8. Spanish

9. Tibetan Book Of The Damned

10. Agonist

11. We Are Your Garbage

12. Tonight's Moons

13. No Talking

14. Unaffected

15. End Of The Weak

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Good song
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psycho_pengu i n _ 1 4 6
These guys are great. Just saw them again last night! Can't wait till April 26th. They are playing Punk Rock Prom at 924 Gilman.
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Like the Utters? Get more Johnny, Darius & Spike with the Filthy Thieving B**tards!
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saw 'em with nofx, johnny couldn't stand up. needless to say it was a wonderful night. SWANGIN UDDERS RAWK!!!
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f**kin amazin saw them a year and half ago in a hundred person venue here in Philly with the Streetdogs that f**kin night was bonkers...
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mindymcdonne l l
one of the sickest bands ever! Rock on!!
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f**king swing utters kill it, b**ches
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some five lessons, juvenile product, and/or brazen head would be pretty sweet right about now
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Sometimes I don't realize it but a Swingin' Utters CD will stay in my player for weeks and never come out. Great song writing and musicianship .
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k13dreams
I agree, get more Utters up here!!
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WHY are there not more Swingin' Utter cds in the discography. This is most disheartenin g .

I'm railing for it, MORE UTTERS!
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no comments? what the hell is this world comming to? Swingin' Utters kick a**!!! saw them in HB

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