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The Get Up Kids

The Get Up Kids are a Kansas City-based American rock band. They debuted in 1995, and in 1996 released their first single on the band’s own label, Huey Proudhon Records. In 1997, Four Minute Mile, their debut full-length, was released and immediately garnered attention.They spent the following two years touring with bands such as The Promise Ring and Jimmy Eat World. In September of 1999, The Get Up Kids released Something To Write Home About. Their first for punk label Vagrant Records, the album marked a major step into bringing post-emo indie rock to the mainstream. 2001 saw ...read more

The Get Up Kids are a Kansas City-based American rock band. They debuted in 1995, and in 1996 released their first single on the band’s own label, Huey Proudhon Records. In 1997, Four Minute Mile, their debut full-length, was released and immediately garnered attention.They spent the following two years touring with bands such as The Promise Ring and Jimmy Eat World. In September of 1999, The Get Up Kids released Something To Write Home About. Their first for punk label Vagrant Records, the album marked a major step into bringing post-emo indie rock to the mainstream. 2001 saw the release of Eudora, a collection of covers and previously unreleased versions of songs. May 2002 marked the release of the long-awaited third album, On A Wire, which alienated some older fans but attracted many newcomers to The Get Up Kids’ music. The evolution of their music continued in March 2004 with the release of their fourth and final album, Guilt Show, produced by Ed Rose. The Get Up Kids announced on Tuesday, March 8, 2005, via a heartfelt message on their website, that after ten years they were breaking up as a band. After announcing their breakup, The Get Up Kids went on a final fifteen stop tour, ending July 2, 2005 in their hometown, Kansas City, Missouri, at the Uptown Theatre. « hide

Similar Bands: The Promise Ring, Jimmy Eat World, Saves the Day, Fountains of Wayne, Matt Pryor

LPs
Problems
2019

3.5
21 Votes
There Are Rules
2011

2.9
115 Votes
The Guilt Show
2004

3.2
154 Votes
On a Wire
2002

3.4
147 Votes
Something to Write Home About
1999

4.1
720 Votes
Four Minute Mile
1997

3.9
319 Votes
EPs
Kicker
2018

3.4
26 Votes
Simple Science
2010

3.4
27 Votes
Red Letter Day/Woodson
2001

4
55 Votes
Woodson
1997

3.8
8 Votes
Live Albums
Live At The Granada Theater
2005

4
30 Votes
Compilations
Eudora
2001

3.5
57 Votes

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