Swipe
So this is the way it all ends for one of the most important bands to ever take the stage. Early in March The Get Up Kids made it official they were breaking up after more than 10 years of recording, touring, and being one of the most influential bands ever. That's right, ever! When you hear about the success of the 'emo' scene, it's important to remember that these Kansas boys were out there paving the way before it ever hit the pages of Spin or Rolling Stone. The new live album is nothing more than a greatest hits album once you look at the track selection. It seems rather fitting that the last release from this band would be live. Being that most of us have had a religious experience at one of their shows, it's a great way to say goodbye. Vagrant. 2005.
So this is the way it all ends for one of the most important bands to ever take the stage. Early in March The Get Up Kids made it official they were breaking up after more than 10 years of recording, touring, and being one of the most influential bands ever. That's right, ever! When you hear about the success of the 'emo' scene, it's important to remember that these Kansas boys were out there paving the way before it ever hit the pages of Spin or Rolling Stone. The new live album is nothing more than a greatest hits album once you look at the track selection. It seems rather fitting that the last release from this band would be live. Being that most of us have had a religious experience at one of their shows, it's a great way to say goodbye. Vagrant. 2005.
4050538679755
Live @ The Granada Theater [Limited Edition LP]
Artist: The Get Up Kids
Format: Vinyl
New: Not in stock
Wish

Formats and Editions

More Info:

So this is the way it all ends for one of the most important bands to ever take the stage. Early in March The Get Up Kids made it official they were breaking up after more than 10 years of recording, touring, and being one of the most influential bands ever. That's right, ever! When you hear about the success of the 'emo' scene, it's important to remember that these Kansas boys were out there paving the way before it ever hit the pages of Spin or Rolling Stone. The new live album is nothing more than a greatest hits album once you look at the track selection. It seems rather fitting that the last release from this band would be live. Being that most of us have had a religious experience at one of their shows, it's a great way to say goodbye. Vagrant. 2005.
back to top