Live! @ the Granada Theater

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Live! @ the Granada Theater
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Live album by The Get Up Kids
Released May 24, 2005
Recorded January 7, 2005
Genre Emo, indie rock
Length 67:20
Label Vagrant
Producer Ed Rose
The Get Up Kids chronology
iTunes Sessions EP
(2004)
Live at the Granada Theater
(2005)
Simple Science
(2010)
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
AbsolutePunk (88%) [1]
AllMusic 4/5 stars [2]
LAS Magazine 5/10 [3]
Star Pulse Music 4/5 stars [4]
Rolling Stone 3/5 stars [5]

Live! @ the Granada Theater is a live album by American rock band The Get Up Kids, announced the same day that the band announced that they would be breaking up after ten years. The album contains tracks from throughout their career, with their hits from their albums Four Minute Mile and Something to Write Home About, along with some songs from their other releases. It was the band's final release until their 2008 reunion, and will now be preceded by the upcoming Simple Science EP.

The album was recorded live at the Granada Theater in Lawrence, Kansas on January 7, 2005 at the bands' "tenth anniversary show". It was originally supposed to be accompanied by a DVD of the show, but it was canceled.[6]

Track listing[edit]

No. Title Length
1. "Coming Clean" 2:12
2. "The One You Want" 3:06
3. "Holiday" 3:23
4. "Action & Action" 3:44
5. "Stay Gone" 2:52
6. "Woodson" 5:03
7. "Martyr Me" 3:12
8. "I'm a Loner Dottie, a Rebel" 3:12
9. "Mass Pike" 3:25
10. "Campfire Kansas" 3:19
11. "Red Letter Day" 3:30
12. "Sick In Her Skin" 4:33
13. "No Love" 3:39
14. "Shorty" 3:58
15. "Ten Minutes" 3:30
16. "I'll Catch You" 3:46
17. "Don't Hate Me" 3:25
18. "Is There A Way Out?" 6:52

Personnel[edit]

Band[edit]

Production[edit]

Design[edit]

  • Michael Dubin - Photography
  • Kevin Kusatsu - Cover Photo

Album position[edit]

Year Album Chart Position
2005 Live! @ The Granada Theater Independent Albums 26[7]

References[edit]

  1. ^ link
  2. ^ link
  3. ^ LAS Magazine review
  4. ^ link
  5. ^ link
  6. ^ Gintowt, Richard (2004-12-14). "Kids say the darndest things". Lawrence.com. Retrieved 2012-02-29. 
  7. ^ [1] Archived January 18, 2015, at the Wayback Machine.