|A2||Don't Hate Me||2:54|
|A4||Stay Gold, Ponyboy||2:54|
|A5||Lowercase West Thomas||1:58|
|A6||Washington Square Park||3:08|
|B7||Last Place You Look||2:30|
Vocals – Robert Love
|B11||Michelle With One "L"||6:04|
|DOG-047, DOG047||The Get Up Kids||Four Minute Mile (CD, Album)||Doghouse Records , Doghouse Records||DOG-047, DOG047||US||1997|
|DOG-047||The Get Up Kids||Four Minute Mile (CD, Album, RE, RM)||Doghouse Records||DOG-047||US||2001|
|DOG-047||The Get Up Kids||Four Minute Mile (LP, Album, Cok)||Doghouse Records||DOG-047||US||1997|
|CDHOLE038||The Get Up Kids||Four Minute Mile (CD, Album, RE)||Golf||CDHOLE038||UK||2001|
|DOG-047, DOG047||The Get Up Kids||Four Minute Mile (LP, Album)||Doghouse Records , Doghouse Records||DOG-047, DOG047||US||1997|
Four Minute Mile is the debut studio album by American rock band The Get Up Kids. The Get Up Kids evolved out of the breakup of Kingpin, which consisted of high school friends guitarist Jim Suptic, bassist Rob Pope and his brother drummer Ryan Pope. After that group's demise, vocalist/guitarist Matt Pryor formed Secret Decoder Ring with Suptic, before they broke up after a six months.
Band – Jim Suptic, Matthew Pryor, Robert Pope, Ryan Pope. Design – Scott Ritcher. Layout – Jason Gagovski. Other – Dirk Hemsath. Photography By – Paul Drake. Recorded By – Bob Weston.
The Get Up Kids turned me onto emo, and I couldn't be happier. And while he's entitled to his opinion, it sounds to me like he was upset that the album wasn't predictable enough. This album struck me in the the first 20 seconds. Once the first song really kicked in, I was hooked.
Barring all minor eps and demos, this is the predecessor to STWHA, but it is truly a different album . Barring all minor eps and demos, this is the predecessor to STWHA, but it is truly a different album. On 4MM, The Get Up Kids have both the mild songs that blow you away with subtle lyrics and great melodies, and harder, faster songs that don't stray too far from the GUK formula that so many love yet compliment them with some great guitar riffs (Washington Square Park). The low harmonies in this song also work very well.
For the album by The Get Up Kids, see Four Minute Mile. For the 2014 film, see 4 Minute Mile. Blue plaque recording the first ever sub-four-minute mile run by Roger Bannister on 6 May 1954 at Oxford University's Iffley Road Track. A four-minute mile is the completion of a mile run (1,760 yards, or 1,609. 344 metres) in four minutes or less. It was first achieved in 1954 by Roger Bannister in 3:59.