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The Housemartins - Happy Hour album download

The Housemartins - Happy Hour album download
Performer: The Housemartins
Title: Happy Hour
Country: UK
Genre: Rock / Pop
Style:Indie Rock
Released: 1986
MP3 album szie: 1963 mb
FLAC album size: 1214 mb

A "Happy Hour" is a promotional tool used by many drinking establishments when their prices are discounted. The Housemartins were compared by many to The Smiths. However the Smith's guitarist Johnny Marr was not impressed. He complained that "'Happy Hour' was a complete rip-off of 'I Want The One I Can't Have', and they've nicked others to. This was The Housemartins first Top 10 hit in the UK, which was a fair achievement for a band on an independent label

Produced by John Owen Williams. Album London 0 Hull 4. Happy Hour Lyrics. It's happy hour again I think I might be happy if I wasn't out with them And they're happy, it's a lovely place to be Happy that the fire's real, the barman is a she. Where the haircuts smile and the meaning of style Is a night out with the boss Where you win or you lose, and it's them who choose And if you don't win, then you've lost

Template:Use dmy dates Template:Infobox single. Happy Hour" is a 1986 single by British Indie rock band The Housemartins. It was the third single from the album London 0 Hull 4 and reached number three in the UK Singles Chart. It was written on Wednesday 22 January 1986 - the same day Me and the Farmer was penned. The band's first big hit, it stayed on the singles chart for 13 weeks, peaking in the week of 28 June 1986. The song also enjoyed exposure on United States college radio.

Happy Hour" is a 1986 single by British Indie rock band The Housemartins. Flag Day. The Housemartins.

The Housemartins ‎– Happy Hour. Genre: Rock, Pop. Style: Pop Rock, Indie Rock. Happy Hour La Hora Feliz ‎(7", Single, Promo). Go! Discs, Chrysalis, Chrysalis. 608 369. Paul had been working on the lyrics for some time before, with the song originally being called 'French England'. It was completed on. Wednesday 22 January 1986 - the same day Me and the Farmer was penned

From left: Dave Hemingway, Paul Heaton, Norman Cook, Stan Cullimore. Background information. Debut album London 0 Hull 4 was released later in 1986 and contained their previous two singles as well as alternative versions of first single "Flag Day" and follow-up to Happy Hour, "Think for a Minute". At the end of 1986 they had their only UK No. 1 single on 16 December with a cover version of "Caravan of Love". It was knocked off the top spot by Jackie Wilson's "Reet Petite" on 23 December, denying the Housemartins the coveted Christmas No. 1 single

Tracklist Hide Credits

A Happy Hour
Producer – John Williams Written-By – P.d. Heaton*, Stan Cullimore
B The Mighty Ship
Producer – John Williams Written-By – P.d. Heaton*, Stan Cullimore

Companies, etc.

  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Go! Discs Ltd.
  • Copyright (c) – Go! Discs Ltd.
  • Published By – Go! Discs Music

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: T4988 006 60514 5
  • Matrix / Runout (Side 1, stamped.): GOD 11 A 1S 1
  • Matrix / Runout (Side 2, stamped.): GOD 11 B 1S 1

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
GOD 11 The Housemartins Happy Hour ‎(7", Single, Go!) Go! Discs GOD 11 UK 1986
ED 5174 The Housemartins Happy Hour ‎(12", Promo) Elektra ED 5174 US 1986
X 14332, GODX 11 The Housemartins Happy Hour ‎(12", Single, Ltd) Festival Records, Go! Discs X 14332, GODX 11 Australia 1986
CS-430 224 The Housemartins Happy Hour ‎(12", Single, M/Print) Chrysalis CS-430 224 Canada 1986
GOD 11 The Housemartins Happy Hour ‎(7", Single) Chrysalis GOD 11 Ireland 1986