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pretty good album

Nice to hear again from the get up kids

Good album! In my opinion though... the best song is the bonus track "Walk 'Em With Grace." I highly recommend giving that song a listen. The rest of the up-tempo songs are great too.

Get Up Kids celebrate 10 years with a doozy

The Get Up Kids have got their poop together finally. It took them 10 years, but their 2011 album is a majestic piece of art rock manifested through the same amount of years shaking off the crispy coating left from being labelled emo. Delicious stuff. You can't really tell from the preview, but Better Lie is a revolutionary transcendental rock anthem. Put down your 99c and convince me otherwise.


Formed: 1994 in Kansas City, MO

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '90s, '00s, '10s

Kansas City's Get Up Kids play melodic, pop-inflected emo similar to the Promise Ring and Braid, with whom the band released a split single in 1998. The influential group -- vocalist/guitarist Matthew Pryor, guitarist/vocalist Jim Suptic, bassist Robert Pope, and drummer Ryan Pope (Robert's younger brother, who replaced Nathan Shay early on) -- debuted in 1996 with a slew of 7"s, including Shorty on the Huey Proudhon label and All Stars on Doghouse Records. Both the Woodson EP and their debut full-length,...
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