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Ten Minutes (The Get Up Kids song)

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B-side  "Anne Arbour"
Format  Vinyl
Length  6:35
Released  1999
Genre  Emo, pop punk
Label  Sub Pop

"Ten Minutes" is the first single from The Get Up Kids' album Something to Write Home About. The single was released as part of the Sub Pop Records Singles Club. 1300 pressings were black, with only 100 pressings of the single on clear vinyl. On July 2, 2005 The Get Up Kids performed for the last time before their hiatus at the Uptown Theater in Kansas City, MO. "Ten Minutes" was the last song they played.

Contents

Track listing

All tracks written by The Get Up Kids.

Additional releases

  • The song, "Ten Minutes", was released on the band's rarities and B-sides compilation Eudora and their live album Live! @ The Granada Theater.
  • The song, "Anne Arbour", was released on the band's second EP, Red Letter Day and their rarities and B-sides compilation Eudora.
  • The song, "Ten Minutes", originally appeared on the band's second full-length studio album Something to Write Home About.
  • Personnel

  • Matt Pryor – vocals, guitar
  • Jim Suptic – vocals, guitar
  • Rob Pope – bass
  • Ryan Pope – drums
  • James Dewees – vocals, keyboard
  • References

    Ten Minutes (The Get Up Kids song) Wikipedia


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