More Scared: The House of Faith Years

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More Scared: The House of Faith Years
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Compilation album by Swingin' Utters
Released January 23, 1996
Recorded The House of Faith Studios, Palo Alto, California, 1991-93
Genre Punk rock
Length 38:35
Label SideOneDummy
Producer Bart Thurber
Swingin' Utters chronology
The Streets of San Francisco
(1995)The Streets of San Francisco1995
More Scared: The House of Faith Years
(1996)
A Juvenile Product of the Working Class
(1996)A Juvenile Product of the Working Class1996
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More Scared: The House of Faith Years is a compilation album by Californian punk rock band Swingin' Utters, released in 1996. The album chronicles some of the band's material from before they signed to Fat Wreck Chords - it was released because these songs were difficult to obtain otherwise.

Track listing[edit]

  1. "Strongman" (Koski) – 2:16
  2. "Reggae Gets Big in a Small Town" (Bonnel) – 1:57
  3. "Smoke like a Girl" (Koski) – 2:35
  4. "Lazer Attack" (Wickersham) – 2:16
  5. "Politician" (McEntee, Koski) – 3:02
  6. "Nine to Five" (McEntee, Koski, Dison) – 1:28
  7. "Could You Lie?" (Koski) – 2:15
  8. "Mommy Mommy" (Callis – 2:43 (a cover of "No" by The Rezillos)
  9. "Scared" (Wickersham) – 2:31
  10. "No Eager Men" (Koski) – 2:59
  11. "Petty Wage" (Koski) – 1:54
  12. "Hello Charlatan" (Koski) – 2:47
  13. "Proven Song" (Koski) – 2:53
  14. "These Pretty Pleasures" (Dison) – 2:55
  15. "Mr. Norris" (Koski, Dison) – 3:01
  16. "Here We Are Nowhere" (Cluney) – 0:57 (cover of a song by Stiff Little Fingers)

Track #7 is from the band's first release, the 7-inch Gives You Strength EP. All nine tracks from Scared (10-inch E.P.) are present: here they are tracks #1, #2, #14, #9, #8, #15, #3, #6, and #13. Tracks #10, #11, #16, #12 are from the band's third release, the No Eager Men single [1].

Tracks #4 and #5 were previously unreleased.

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