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Swingin' Utters/Youth Brigade

Split Series Vol. 2

BYO 65

Released on November 2, 1999



As the front man of THE CLASH, JOE STRUMMER sold millions of records, reshaping and rejuvenating the face of rock'n'roll. Now at peace with his legacy, one of the twentieth century's greatest singer/songwriters returns with an album full of soulful, poignant tunes showing where he has been for the past two decades. Thirteen tracks that already have modern rock radio very excited.

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Average Customer Rating: 4 with 3 reviews (See Below)
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Timothy from Tempe, AZ 
Jan 25 2008 Rating: 3/5 Stars

Utters= Great, YB= asi asi. It's rarely a split that is great on both sides, and most of BYO's split series have been great on both sides (Rancid/NOFX, One Man Army/Alkaline Trio, Hot Water/Leatherface) rather then 50% good.(Bouncing Souls great, Anti-Flag shitty) It's not that YB is bad, just ignorable, esp. next to the Utters, who still kill.

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Tyler from Woodstock, IL 
May 7 2007 Rating: 4/5 Stars

A great split from two great punk bands. The Swingin' Utters' cover of "'39" makes the album completely worthwhile. This is what punk is suppose to be.

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Marcel from Apo, AE 
Feb 6 2004 Rating: 5/5 Stars

What a split. Probably the best split LP ever. Youth Brigade and Swingin Utters on one record and I still haven't found only one bad song. Viva la Swingin Utters.

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