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Tied Down, Spit On - Swingin Utters - The Streets Of San Francisco (Vinyl, LP)

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  1. Oct 23,  · Streets of San Francisco's pretty underrated. Swingin' Utters recapture everything i like about old school punk music on this album. They've got every style of 70's and early 80's punk imaginable here. They're not exactly the most innovative band on /5(9).
  2. Jul 20,  · NBC Bay Area's reports on San Francisco’s dirty streets went viral last year and sparked a world-wide conversation. Our reporting revealed a dangerous concoction of drug needles, garbage, and.
  3. This past fall, a project started called (Human) Wasteland, which maps reports of human waste throughout the city of San Francisco. Yes, a disproportionate amount of poop on the streets is not from dogs but from humans. Some in the blogosphere tended to play this for laughs, but the reality isn't very funny. Counterpoint: it's a little funny.
  4. Swingin' Utters could very easily be the ideal Hellcat band, with gravelly, spirited vocals and wild guitar work - the Brit-punk influences are obvious, although the title is sort of puzzling. Don't be fooled by the lopsided ratings; yes, "Teenage Genocide" is a standout track, but that doesn't mean the rest is filler.
  5. Less nihilistic than their predecessors, Swingin' Utters' world view tends more toward the fatalistic. On songs like "Teenage Genocide," "Tied Down, Spit On," and most impressively, "Storybook Disease," the group struggles with the modern world and people's inability to get it or themselves right.
  6. 1 Storybook Disease – 2 Jackie Jab – 3 Tied Down, Spit On – 4 Teenage Genocide – 5 Catastrophe – 6 Mr. Believer –
  7. About The Streets of San Francisco "The Streets of San Francisco" is the second full-length album by Californian punk rock band Swingin' Utters, released in It was produced by Lars Frederiksen of Rancid. All songs were newly recorded for the album, although several .
  8. Label: Fat Wreck Chords - FAT • Format: Vinyl LP, Album, Reissue Blue/Purple Haze • Country: US • Genre: Rock • Style: Punk Swingin' Utters - The Streets Of San Francisco (, Blue/Purple Haze, Vinyl) | Discogs/5(4).

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