The Get Up Kids - Something To Write Home About flac
|2||Close To Home|
|3||Out Of Reach|
|4||Red Letter Day|
|7||Action & Action|
|8||The Company Dime|
|10||I'm A Loner Dottie, A Rebel|
|12||I'll Catch You|
- Band [The Get Up Kids Are] – James Dewees, Jim Suptic, Matthew Pryor, Robert Pope, Ryan Pope
- Booking – Ellis Industries Booking
- Co-producer – Alex Brahl, Chad Blinman
- Design, Layout – S. Spencer
- Engineer [Additional] – Alex Brahl
- Engineer [Assistant] – Dale Lawton
- Legal – Steve Nearemburg
- Management – Rich Egan
- Mastered By – Ramon Breton
- Producer – The Get Up Kids
- Recorded By, Mixed By – Chad Blinman
Recorded in June and July of Nineteen Ninety Nine at Mad Hatter Studios in Silverlake, CA.
Mastered at Oceanview Mastering.
Category DOG 066 appears on the spine and labels.
Category dog 066 LP appears on the lyric/credit insert.
All songs Copyright Nineteen Ninety Nine Getupkidsmusic.
- Matrix / Runout (Etched Runout Side A): Dog 066-A RE-1
- Matrix / Runout (Etched Runout Side B): Dog 066 B
- Rights Society: Sesac
- Copyright (c) – thegetupkids Music
- Licensed From – Vagrant Records
- Recorded At – Mad Hatter Studios
- Mastered At – Oceanview Digital Mastering
Something To Write Home About - The Get Up Kids. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. Close To Home. The Get Up Kids. Something To Write Home About. Язык: Русский. Страна: США. 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. Something to Write Home About is the first. The album was a financial success, peaking at 31 on Billboards Heatseekers 200 albums chart in North America, and gathered a great amount of critical acclaim. Something to Write Home About is the first Get Up Kids album to include James Dewees playing keyboards. Something to Write Home About Q&A. Alternative 1999. Close to Home. Get Up Kids - Close to Home. The Get Up Kids - I'll Catch You. The Get Up Kids - Central Standard Time. Total votes: 7. D I think its really gonna happen this time. Bm C Our calls on the company dime. D Reluctance ties up the line. DF With irresponsibility. Interlude: G-D-C. Verse 1: C F Come tomorrow Ill be on my way back home G C F In the morning call from a roadside telephone C F One night doesnt mean the rest of my life. Chorus: G F G Am Em F If I go its not impossible G Am C F G Possible is probably wrong. Am Em So, let go. 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. Something To Write Home About is quite simply a collection of pop-punk fueled anthems filled to the brim with clever lyrics and catchy melodi. The Get Up Kids are a Kansas City-based American emo band. Formed in 1995, the band was a major player in the mid-90's emo scene, otherwise known as the second wave of emo music. As they gained prominence, they began touring with bands such as Green Day and Weezer before becoming headliners themselves, eventually embarking on international tours of Japan and Europe. They founded Heroes & Villains Records, an imprint of the successful indie rock label Vagrant Records. While the imprint was started to release albums by The Get Up Kids, it served as a launching pad read more. Shifts in tempo and punchy guitar riffs separate the Get up Kids from their emo contemporaries who often seem too comfortable with their guitar-bass-drums formula. The pleading acoustic Out of Reach showcases the bright harmonies and raw emotion of the band as it builds into a piano-driven, swaying lost love torch song, quite unusual for the genre