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Customer Reviews

hmmmm. . .

Giving this album three stars is very generous, and if I could give it 2 and a half, I would. This album has 2 types of song, the wierd, unnecessary experimental songs, and the fast loud punk songs.

'Scholarship in punk', 'Vacation' and 'Walk of shame' are definitely the highlights of the album, and sound just as good as any other punk-pop band around.

'Gusto', 'My town' and 'Foot long' are just plain annoying in their wierdness, and are pointless additions to this album.

When Guttermouth do punk rock, they do it well, but when they try to experiment, that's where they fall flat. Don't get me wrong, I am not against punk bands trying to broaden their musical horizens (Rancid and Offspring both managed it), but unfortunately, Guttermouth do not have the talent or the brains to do it well.


Formed: 1988 in Huntington Beach, CA

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '90s, '00s, '10s

Huntington Beach, California-based punks Guttermouth formed in 1989, comprising vocalist Mark "Mercury" Adkins, guitarists Derek Davis and Scott Sheldon, bassist Stever Rapp (who replaced original bassist Clint Weinrich), and drummer Captain James T. Nunn. Debuting a year later with the single "Puke," Guttermouth issued their debut LP, Full Length, in 1992, followed in 1994 by Friendly People, their first effort for new label Nitro Records. Guttermouth resurfaced in 1996 with Teri Yakimoto, followed...
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