Infobox Album |
Name = Woodson
Type = EP
The Get Up Kids
Emo Indie rock
Length = 27:16
Producer = Ed Rose
*Star Pulse Music Rating|2.5|5 [http://www.starpulse.com/Music/Get_Up_Kids,_The/Discography/album/P275968/R369616/ link]
Last album ="
Burned Bridges/I'm Giving Up On This One"
This album =Woodson
Next album ="
Four Minute Mile"
Misc =Extra album cover 2
Upper caption = Alternate cover
Type = studio
Lower caption = Cover for "The EPs: Woodson and Red Letter Day"
Woodson is the first non-single release by
Kansas City, Missouriband The Get Up Kids.
Original Track Listing
Originally, the EP was released on
7" vinylin limited quantities on Doghouse Records.
*Woodson - 4:14
*Second Place - 2:21
Re-Release Track Listing
After the success of the band's second full-length album
Something to Write Home About, Vagrant Recordsre-released the EP on Compact Disc, combining the songs from the EP with the band's Loveteller EP.
#Woodson - 4:14
#Second Place - 2:21
#Off the Wagon - 3:31
A Newfound Interest in Massachusetts- 2:35
*The entire EP was later combined with the band's other EP Red Letter Day and re-releasled on one
CDentitled :The EPs: Woodson and Red Letter Day".
*The song A Newfound Interest in Massachusetts was later re-arranged and released on the band's
*The song "Second Place" was covered by the hardcore band
Coalesce, re-titled "I'm Giving Up on This One" and released on the Coalesce/Get Up Kids Split 7"
*The song "Off the Wagon" was released as a b-side on the single for "
A Newfound Interest in Massachusetts".
Matt Pryor: Lead Vocals, Guitar
Jim Suptic: Guitar, Vocals
Rob Pope: Bass
Ryan Pope: Drums
Ed Rose: Production
Paul Drake: Photography
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