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Fifteen

Swain's First Bike Ride

Lookout! 40

Released on November 16, 1992


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"Swain's First Bike Ride" is Fifteen's first full-length album, recorded in December 1990. Originally released on 12" vinyl in 1991 on Lookout! Records. CD edition contains the band's self-titled EP from the previous year as bonus tracks, just like the Lookout original disc, which was released a year later in 1992.Gloriously restored & remastered from the original reel-to-reel master tapes by Carl Saff at Saff Mastering. Astounding artwork restoration by Hugo Fitzgerald, face-lifted from the original hand-made art. (Pressing info: 400 on Black, 100 on White, 100 on Opaque Blue w/Yellow, White & Orange Splatter vinyl / 300 CDs / 200 Cassette Tapes)

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Average Customer Rating: 4.5 with 5 reviews (See Below)
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Song Titles
# Song Name Popularity
1 Intentions Voted #1  19%
2 Definition  12%
3 C# (Tion) Voted #2  19%
4 Someday  0%
5 Alienation  2%
6 Implications  0%
7 Resolution  5%
8 Inclination  0%
9 Subdivision  2%
10 End  14%
11 Liberation  0%
12 Sweet Valentine  7%
13 Devotion Voted #3  17%
14 Imagination  2%
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James from Wolcott, NY 
Mar 18 2004 Rating: 5/5 Stars

If your looking for the true sounds of the east bay you've found it, fifteen is an absolutely amazing band. If you like Fifteen check out Crimpshrine as well if you haven't already

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Bill from Port Charlotte, FL 
Nov 18 2003 Rating: 4/5 Stars

Great stuff. You can't go wrong with Fifteen! Wow, I almost forgot that Lookout used to do releases for kick ass bands.

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Carol from Malvern, PA 
Nov 4 2003 Rating: 5/5 Stars

this cd is great. its style is alot different then "lucky." The vocals sound more like Crimpshrine. The guitar and such is the same as usual Fifteen stuff. THe lyrics are really inspirational, and great. Um pick this up. If oyu are first getting into fifteen i sugest getting Lucky first thoguh. Um some songs that stand out are, The end and a buch o tiohers. i highly recogmend getting it. dont listen to that wierdo that sadi the recording sux. the recording is good, hes stupid.

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Richard from Houston, TX 
Feb 28 2003 Rating: 3/5 Stars

this is some pretty good old-school Fifteen if you like the new shit alot then you probably won't like this as much but it is still a good thing to have

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Justin from Houston, TX 
Oct 21 2001 Rating: 5/5 Stars

The second best of all Fifteen albums, second to 'Lucky' (*which is so damned good because of the great recording they used for that album*). Anywho, some say this album is too slow, but I guess it is relative to what you deem 'slow'. Buy it and make your own damn judgement.





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