The Get Up Kids - Something To Write Home About album download
|2||Action & Action||4:05|
|4||Red Letter Day||2:56|
|5||Out Of Reach||3:46|
|7||The Company Dime||4:06|
|9||I'm A Loner Dottie, A Rebel||3:08|
|11||Close To Home||3:50|
|12||I'll Catch You||4:22|
- Manufactured By – Universal M & L, Germany – 51355295
Track timings taken from pc-CD drive
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode: 601091034020
- Matrix / Runout: 06010 910 340-2 01 / 51355295
- Matrix / Runout (Inner Ring): MADE IN GERMANY BY UNIVERSAL M & L A
- Mastering SID Code: IFPI L001
- Mould SID Code: IFPI 0134
|DOG 066, dog 066 LP||The Get Up Kids||Something To Write Home About (LP, Album)||Doghouse Records , Doghouse Records||DOG 066, dog 066 LP||US||1999|
|VR340, none||The Get Up Kids||Something To Write Home About (HDCD, Album)||Vagrant Records, Heroes & Villains Records||VR340, none||US||1999|
|VR340, DG02||The Get Up Kids||Something To Write Home About (CD)||Vagrant Records, Heroes & Villains Records||VR340, DG02||US||1999|
|DOG 066||The Get Up Kids||Something To Write Home About (LP, Album, RE)||Doghouse Records||DOG 066||US||2016|
|VR551||The Get Up Kids||Something To Write Home About (CD, RE + DVD-V + File, MP3)||Vagrant Records||VR551||US||2009|
Something to Write Home About is the second studio album by American rock band The Get Up Kids, released on September 28, 1999. The album was produced by The Get Up Kids themselves, with co-producers Chad Blinman and Alex Brahl. Blinman also recorded and mixed the album, with Brahl assisting with additional engineering. The album was a financial success, peaking at on Billboards Heatseekers 200 albums chart in North America, and gathered a great amount of critical acclaim.
Four Minute Mile is the debut studio album by American rock band The Get Up Kids. The Get Up Kids evolved out of the breakup of Kingpin, which consisted of high school friends guitarist Jim Suptic, bassist Rob Pope and his brother drummer Ryan Pope. After that group's demise, vocalist/guitarist Matt Pryor formed Secret Decoder Ring with Suptic, before they broke up after a six months.
The Get Up Kids quickly point to the large record deals they turned down to "stay independent. Most labels urged the band to re-record "Don't Hate Me" from the band's debut. So the Kids "kept it real" and recorded an entire album of songs which follow the same formula, yet never reach the quasi- memorable qualities of a radio hit. Yet, a merchandise catalog falls out of Something to Write Home About upon opening. The band's decision to not sign with a major just makes them seem financially inept in addition to their musical shortcoming
It must be tough being The Get Up Kids. Being accused of completely killing the world of emo is we know it. Well, that seems a little harsh, but the Kansas kids have always been compared to the term "emo". I don't really understand why, since they music is incredibly poppy. Nevertheless, it was this album that got them that status. As the kings of "emo", or at least to the desperate fans that loved this album in the 20th century.
You successfully added Something To Write Home About Vinyl LP to your cart. View Cart →. Checkout Now →. Track List: A1: Holiday A2: Action & Action A3: Valentine A4: Red Letter Day A5: Out Of Reach A6: Ten Minutes B1: The Company Dime B2: My Apology B3: I'm A Loner Dottie, A Rebel B4: Long Goodnight B5: Close To Home B6: I'll Catch You. Like this product? Check out some of these other items
Erscheinungsdatum 1999. Labels Vagrant Records. Musik GenreIndie Rock. Mitglieder die dieses Album besitzen0. 2. Action & Action. 4. Red Letter Day. 5. Out Of Reach. Anderen Alben von The Get Up Kids. Something to Write Home About.
I figured had to be something special. This band probably doesn't need an introduction, but here's one anyway. The Get Up Kids are a five-piece o/pop punk band from Kansas City, Missouri that formed in 1995 and broke up in 2005. They reunited three years later in 2008, and have been active ever since. This is mostly due to one particular album, 1999's incredible Something To Write Home About, which features 12 insanely catchy pop songs that simply never get old. Prior to Something To Write Home About, they had released a handful of material, including a great EP titled Woodson and another full-length, Four Minute Mile. This was fairly standard, catchy, 90's pop punk/emo fare, and their punk roots somewhat show.
Not through any kind of terrorist revenge fantasy or post-apocalyptic -Earth scenario, but what if they were actually the most interesting, most sincere, most talented kids around? That is exactly the impression given by the Get up Kids on their 1999 album Something to Write Home About. That although they are struggling with stumbling relationships and the pervasive frustrations of being young men in their generation, they still are able to process the complexities of their daily lives through music. This is a heavy statement concerning a power pop band, but these guys are.