Five Lessons Learned

Five Lessons Learned

by Swingin' Utters


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Five Lessons Learned

Five Lessons Learned, the Swingin' Utters' second album for Fat Wreck Chords, builds on the breakthrough of their first, A Juvenile Product of the Working Class. They don't depart from their hard-hitting retro-punk formula at all -- there's nothing here that couldn't have been recorded in 1978 or 1980 -- but their sense of humor is sharpening, as are their hooks. There are a couple of weak cuts, but they speed by so fast you won't even notice them, and that makes this the group's best record to date.

Product Details

Release Date: 06/23/1998
Label: Fat Wreck Chords
UPC: 0751097057421
catalogNumber: 574

Album Credits

Performance Credits

Swingin' Utters   Primary Artist
Max Butler   Mandolin
Ryan Greene   Tambourine
Van Hughes   Trombone
Fat Mike   Bass
Howie Pyro   Bass
Tom Griesser   Baritone Saxophone
David Murotake   Tenor Saxophone
Morty Okin   Trumpet
John Maurer   Bass
Darius Koski   Bass,Guitar,Violin,Accordion,Vocals
Greg McEntee   Percussion,Drums
Chris Shiflett   Guitar
Spike Slawson   Background Vocals
Seth Lorenzi   Hammond Organ,Electric Piano,Vox Organ
Max Ruber   Bass,Guitar,Percussion,Vocals
Lloyd "Rockin' Lloyd" Tripp   Upright Bass
Max Huber   Bass,Guitar,Percussion,Vocals
Johnny "Peebucks" Bonnel   Vocals

Technical Credits

Ryan Greene   Producer,Engineer
Fat Mike   Producer
Steve Zeigler   Artwork
Swingin' Utters   Producer,Artwork,Concept,Cover Design
Adam Krammer   Engineer
New Morty Show   Contributor
Van Burnham   Producer
Paul Arthur   Photo Stylist

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Five Lessons Learned 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
The Swingin' Utters are a fantastic band, but this CD has got to be their best ever. The band tries out several different sounds on this album; very innovative. Almost every song is good and the album ROCKS! Definately recommended!