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Ethyl MeatplowHappy Days, Sweetheart

Label:Dali Records – 61354-2
Format:
CD, Album
Country:US
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Genre:Electronic, Rock
Style:Alternative Rock, Industrial

Tracklist

1Opening Precautionary Instructions0:44
2Suck
Alto SaxophoneDavid Brown
Tenor SaxophoneAlbert Wing
Vocals [Additional]Adamson*, Daniel Keenan
4:08
3Devil's Johnson3:13
4Car2:26
5Queenie
TrumpetCarla*
3:35
6Close To You
Arranged By [Strings]Barry Adamson
CelloMartin Tillmen*
ViolaTree (2)
Written-ByBurt Bacharach/Hal David*
3:29
7Tommy
TrumpetCarla*
4:36
8Mustard Requiem1:44
9Abazab
Vocals [Additional]Adamson*
4:27
10Ripened Peach
Arranged By [Strings]Adamson*, Bozulich*
CelloMartin Tillmen*
ViolaTree (2)
4:30
11Feed5:25
12Rise4:53
13For My Sleepy Lover0:51
14Sad Bear
Vocals [Additional]Adamson*
5:06
15Untitled6:18
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Notes

Recorded at Dodge City, Glendale, CA.
Mixed at One on One Recording, North Hollywood, CA.
Mastered at the Mastering Lab, Hollywood, CA.
Preproduction and sound effects at Motiv Studios, Los Angeles, CA.

Design by Mackie/Skiles

All songs published by She-Male Penitentiary (BMI), 1992
except "Close To You", published by Casa David and New hidden Valley (ASCAP)

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 7 3704-61354-2 6
  • Matrix / Runout: [SRC logo] 2 61354-2 SRC**01 M1S2
  • Rights Society: BMI
  • Rights Society: ASCAP

Other Versions (5 of 7)

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Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
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Happy Days, Sweetheart (CD, Album, Promo, Letterpressed Discfolio)Dali Records, Dali RecordsPRCD-8725, PRCD 8725US1993
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Happy Days, Sweetheart (CD, Album)Dali Records3704-61354-2Germany1993
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Happy Days, Sweetheart (CD, Album)Festival Records, Chameleon Records (2)D 30961, 61354-2Australia1993
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Happy Days, Sweetheart (CD, Album, Promo)WEA MusicWMC5-616Japan1993
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Happy Days, Sweetheart (Cassette, Album, Stereo)Dali Records61354-4US1993

Reviews

  • stoneweather's avatar
    stoneweather
    i'm surprised no one has written about these guys here. relatively short-lived, i think they would have been right at home among Pigface's touring/collab. roster had they had the longevity. when this album came out i took a gamble, not knowing anything about them, and seeing this cd in the industrial section... it was quite different to what i'd at the time was used to in terms of industrial music, even types of industrial that were cross-over... this is definitely a '90s album, racked with decadence, turmoil, and fun.... elements of industrial, alt. rock, funk, even hints of the blues and jazz.... at times though perhaps a bit too overdone, especially in the vocal department, however sometimes that really worked in their favour.... overall it's well produced and a lot of parts are just stunning... i've heard their live shows back in the day were pretty crazy.

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