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So You've Ruined Your Life


Download links and information about So You've Ruined Your Life by Get Set Go. This album was released in 2003 and it belongs to Rock, Indie Rock, Pop, Alternative genres. It contains 14 tracks with total duration of 46:41 minutes.

Artist: Get Set Go
Release date: 2003
Genre: Rock, Indie Rock, Pop, Alternative
Tracks: 14
Duration: 46:41
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No. Title Length
1. Twenty-One 3:48
2. Jesus Christ Wore Leather 2:47
3. Kiss the Girl 3:51
4. I Want You 3:21
5. One With the Numbers 3:27
6. Go to the Mattress 3:10
7. Girl Is Sleeping 3:43
8. Break Your Heart 2:56
9. VKFD (The Fire Truck Song) 2:35
10. Lonely World 3:32
11. War 3:20
12. She Goes Round 2:37
13. What I Love About You 4:48
14. Wait 2:46



Get Set Go specialize in a style that is equal parts Weezer (their love of snappy guitar-driven pop) and the Violent Femmes (their quirky lyrics), as evidenced by their 2003 full-length debut, So You've Ruined Your Life. The group is essentially singer, guitarist, and songwriter Mike TV, who is joined by a revolving cast on-stage and in the studio — usually musicians who are part of their local Highland Park, CA, scene. While they've been known to also play largely acoustic-based tunes, So You've Ruined Your Life focuses on primarily melodic rock. Some may be quick to lump Get Set Go in with influx of pop-punk bands of the late '90s/early 21st century, there's certainly something more "left of center" about this lot, as evidenced by such song titles as "Jesus Christ Wore Leather," as well as such up-tempo standouts as "Twenty One," "One with the Numbers," and "VKFD (The Fire Truck Song)." While the majority of the album is an adrenaline rush, the group surprisingly opts to close the album on a mellow note, with "What I Love About You" (which includes some very interesting lyrics) and "Wait" (no, not a cover of the White Lion song of the same name). Get Set Go prove that not all pop-punk has to sound like Good Charlotte.