Swingin’ Utters – A Juvenile Product Of The Working Class (For fans of Stiff Little Fingers, Social Distortion, Street Dogs)

Wow, was I an idiot… for the longest time I avoided San Francisco’s Swingin’ Utters because everything I’ve ever read about them said they were cow-punk(country mixed with punk). Now call me a musical racist, but to me, country music is like putting medicine in chocolate. No matter how much you cover country up, I’m still going to taste the bitter flavor of it.

Apparently “A Juvenile Product of The Working Class” is one of Swingin’ Utters older albums, and is more straight up melodic 70s style punk rock with some slight rock n’ roll influences more than anything else.

If you’ve been avoiding the Swingin’ Utters, or just want some really solid punk rock, don’t make the mistake I made and definitely check out the “A Juvenile Product of the Working Class”.

Swingin’ Utters – Sign it Away
Swingin’ Utters – Sustain

Swingin’ Housewives:
Sham 69
The Damned
The Nipple Erectors


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