The Housemartins - Happy Hour FLAC
|2||The Mighty 'Ship||1:57|
|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|
|108 369||The Housemartins||Happy Hour (7", Single)||Go! Discs, Chrysalis||108 369||Europe||1986|
- Lacquer Cut By – W
- Producer – John Williams
- Written-By – Heaton, Cullimore
Chrysalis and Festival generic blue sleeve.
- Matrix / Runout (Side A label): MX-66643
- Matrix / Runout (Side B label): MX-66644
- Matrix / Runout (Side A runout, hand-etched): SMX- ̶6̶7̶0̶9̶3̶ 66643 W2A 2:20
- Matrix / Runout (Side B runout, hand-etched): SMX- 66644 W2A 1:57
- Distributed By – Chrysalis Records Ltd.
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Go! Discs Ltd.
- Copyright (c) – Go! Discs Ltd.
- Made By – Festival Records Pty. Ltd.
- Published By – Go! Discs Music
- Published By – Copyright Control
- Lacquer Cut At – Festival Studios
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. Vocalist Paul Heaton 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. Guitarist Stan Cullimore had a chord progression planned for the verses, but wanted to finish the song. Happy Hour In The Style Of 'The Housemartins'. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. All but 1 of their videos are blocked in Germany, hence that is why they are blocked along with original audio on mobiles. Have relaid the audio from Hour. The Housemartins - Happy Hour 1986. To favorites 1 Download album. Listen album. The Housemartins. Songs in album The Housemartins - Happy Hour 1986. The Housemartins - Happy Hour. The Housemartins - The Mighty 'Ship. 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 ChaHappy Hour is a 1986 single by British Indie rock band The Housemartins. It was written on Wednesday 22 January 1986 - the same day Me and the Farmer was penned. View wiki. It was the third single from the album London 0 Hull 4 and reach read more. It was the third single from the album London 0 Hull 4 and reac. Happy Hour. Happy HourKaraoke tribute version originally performed by The Housemartins. Happy Hour 1986. Album by The Housemartins. The Mighty Ship. was sampled in. Come Alive by Orchestra JB 1991. 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. The Housemartins broke up in 1988, and Paul Heaton formed The Beautiful South the following year, which continued on in a similar vein. Meanwhile, bass player Norman Cook morphed into leading dance act Fatboy Slim. The title of the album London 0 Hull 4 refers to the band's home town of Hull in North England and is in the format of a football result. 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. I started getting letters from pub landlords saying that people were jumping on tables to it. I dont know if many listeners realised its about women being harassed