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|Studio album by|
|Released||October 10, 2000|
|Recorded||April–May 2000 at Motor Studios, San Francisco|
|Genre||Punk rock, folk punk, folk|
|Label||Fat Wreck Chords 603 (CD and LP)|
|Producer||Swingin' Utters, |
|Swingin' Utters chronology|
The Pembroke Observer wrote that "the opening track, 'Pills and Smoke', is immediately so retro sounding that it could reel anyone back into the days of crash and burn English punk rock, whereas 'Watching the Wayfarers' is a superb rockabilly, country blues number that's complete with mandolin and upright bass." The San Antonio Express-News wrote that the Utters "toss in elements of cow punk, folk/rock and melody ... [their] songs stretch boundaries with instrumentation such as upright bass, violin, piano, cello and mandolin."
All songs written by Darius Koski, except for where noted.