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A Juvenile Product of the Working Class

Swingin' Utters

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Even though a lot of the same elements on their first album can be found on Juvenile Product of the Working Class, the Swingin' Utters still manage to put out some of the catchiest working class anthems for the '90s. The take-no-crap attitude, gruff songwriting, and British accents are still present, but somehow these guys manage to outdo The Streets of San Francisco — they've progressed as a band and even have acoustic guitars and accordions incorporated into their tunes. It's easy to say that this is what Stiff Little Fingers should have sounded like after Nobody's Heroes.

Customer Reviews

Next In Line

"The Next In Line" is one of the best songs I've ever hear. Amazing lyrics and it has a great sound to it. GO GET IT!!!

Fantastic punk record

Most of the punk bands I listened to when I first got into that style of music are bands that i have since grown well weary of. However this band and this album have stood the test of time. This one still sounds great, fresh, original (if highly influenced) and timely. So these guys are bunch of pinko anarchists, nobody is perfect right? Very worthy record indeed.


Formed: 1987 in San Francisco, CA

Genre: Alternative

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

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...
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