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Swing Kids


Three One G 6

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San Diego's SWING KIDS existed for a couple of years during the mid 90s. Their sound is comparable to that of Drive Like Jehu, Angel Hair, and Antioch Arrow. Noisy, fast, and verging total chaos. Members went on to form such noteworthy bands as the Locust, the Crimson Curse, Spanakorzo, Bread and Circuits, Holy Molar, and Sweep the Leg Johnny.

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Average Customer Rating: 4.5 with 10 reviews (See Below)
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Song Titles
# Song Name Popularity
1 El Camino Car Crash  9%
2 Line 1  7%
3 Blue Note Voted #1  20%
4 Clean Shade of Dirty  6%
5 Warsaw Voted #3  15%
6 Disease Voted #2  17%
7 Situation on Mars  6%
8 Forty Three Seconds  11%
9 Intro to Photography  9%
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Howard from Bethesda, MD 
Mar 24 2008 Rating: 4/5 Stars

You know what you're getting. Justin Pearson, foundations of screamo, San Diego scene, etc. etc. Not the best band to come out of that scene, but they do have an undeniable part in emocore/skramz history. For what it's worth, this is the only one of Pearson's bands that I really like, although I'm guessing he was a douchebag even then.

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Joey from Leicestershire, United Kingdom 
Mar 20 2005 Rating: 3/5 Stars

Fans of blood brothers, horror show, comeback kid should check in here...pretty sexy collection of shizzle

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Alex from Bettendorf, IA 
Oct 25 2004 Rating: 5/5 Stars

amazing..... there needs to me more this style of chaotic, spazzy, noisy hardcore. this is one of the best albums i own hands down, man how much i would pay to go back in time and see them live....

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Josh from Milwaukee, WI 
Nov 22 2003 Rating: 5/5 Stars

justin pearson should be sainted. i love this band so much. i would kill for them to get back together and make a new one or at least remix and remaster this one. you tell where alot of bands get their sound from this.

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Derrick from Miami, FL 
Jun 8 2003 Rating: 5/5 Stars

These guys are one of the most influential and unappreciated hardcore bands. Their sound is responsible for bands such as The Blood Brothers, Refused, and just about anybody else who fused jazz with hardcore. I love bands with swagger in their music and these guys definitely have that. Like they say "It's time to stop singin' and it's time to start swingin'"

I for one say: "BABY YEAH!"

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Justin from Las Vegas, NV 
May 26 2003 Rating: 4/5 Stars

heard lots of good things about this album, and it turns out to be a winner. the jazz meets emo description is kind a throw off. there are jazz samples at the end (and begining of one song), but there's no emo in this album for sure. straight up rock, baby.

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Kurt from Tolland, CT 
Jun 9 2002 Rating: 5/5 Stars

When your in a bad mood or just want to vent a little, pop on Swing Kids and their music will envelope you in a cloak of chaotic noise and frenzied sounds. The Swing Kids are definately one of the more unique hardcore/emo bands I have heard, with one track blending together a nice catchy swing-jazz intro, gradually smashing into an all out assault of grinding guitars and ear-throbbing screaming. All in all, a seminal record in the hardcore-emo era and a must have for fans of merel, heroin, or antoich arrow. Not to mention a really really cool cover photo of the band!!!

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Drew from Prescott, AZ 
May 4 2002 Rating: 5/5 Stars

This a great CD. Best Swing Kids realse ever. If you like three one g's stuff this is a great CD for you. For the love of god please buy this CD if you do not like it you can come to precsott AZ and kick my ass. Other than Cattle Decpitaion I love all of three one g's stuff.

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Luis from Hilton Head Island, SC 
Mar 11 2002 Rating: 5/5 Stars

ok.... another three one g master piece! the swing kids don't fuck around!; when i bought this i was expecting somthing a little harder and more grind..... but i was wrong, but i don't care cuz this band is fuckin awesome! is one of those hardcore bands that make you wanna destroy anything around you and go nuts! buy THE SWING KIDS!

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Dolores from Island Park, NY 
Mar 2 2002 Rating: 5/5 Stars

Jazz and emo fused together?! If I'm dreaming I don't wanna wake up. You won't hear a better mix of the two out there. Put your trust and $12 bucks in this band and you can thank Justin Pearson and company later.

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