Swingin' Utters - A Juvenile Product of The Working Class LP
SWINGIN' UTTERS (USA) - A Juvenile Product Of The Working Class (1996) (sealed LP copy) Black vinyl. Arguably the bands' finest hour. The Utters fuse Bay-Punk riffs with Street Punk-attitude, mixing in the occasional country-western and rock-a-billy influence. Think: Social Distortion meets One Man Army.
"A Juvenile Product..." is nothing less than Punk Rock perfection. 16 blazing tracks that have you screaming along, without skipping through a single song. The Utters maintain the rough and jagged sound they have come to trademark.
The Swingin' Utters 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.
Buy this album or steal your friend's copy. You'll certainly be glad you did! Fat Wreck Chords – FAT545-1