Red Letter Day (EP)

Infobox Album |
Name = Red Letter Day
Type = EP
Artist = The Get Up Kids

Released = July 20, 1999
Recorded = Red House Studios
Genre = Indie rock
Length = 16:45
Label = Doghouse Records
Producer = Ed Rose
Reviews =
*Star Pulse Music Rating|3|5 [,_The/Discography/album/P275968/R426276/ link]
Last album ="Four Minute Mile"
This album ="Red Letter Day EP"
Next album ="Something to Write Home About"
Misc =Extra album cover 2
Upper caption = Alternate cover
Type = studio

Lower caption = Cover for "The EPs: Woodson and Red Letter Day"

Red Letter Day is a five-track EP by the Kansas City, Missouri band The Get Up Kids. It was released before their second full-length album Something to Write Home About. It featured James Dewees on the keyboards, and shortly after it was released, he joined the band full-time.

Track Listing

ide A

#One Year Later - 3:05
#Red Letter Day - 2:57
#Forgive and Forget - 3:26

ide B

#Anne Arbour - 3:33
#Mass Pike - 3:44

Additional Releases

*The entire EP was later combined with the band's other EP Woodson and re-releasled on one CD entitled "The EPs: Woodson and Red Letter Day".
*The songs "Forgive and Forget" and "Anne Arbour" were later released on the band's album Eudora.
*The song "Anne Arbour" was released as a b-side on the single for the song "Ten Minutes"


*Matt Pryor: Lead Vocals, Guitar
*James Dewees: Keyboards, Vocals
*Jim Suptic: Guitar, Vocals
*Rob Pope: Bass
*Ryan Pope: Drums
*Ed Rose - Production
*Scott Ritcher - Cover Design
*Chris Holland - Cover Design

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