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Happies, The / If We Were Really Hee
Album:If We Were Really Hee Collection:General
Artist:Happies, The Added:08/2006
Label:Eden's Watchtower Records 

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Add Date:2006-09-17 Pull Date:2006-11-19 
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Album Review
Rob
Reviewed 2006-09-13 
Run of the pop/rock mill, with catchy hooks, smooth harmonies, and straight-ahead style. Standard rock instrumentation throughout, with a leaning towards chunky rhythmic playing that gets ineluctably smoothed out by the clean production. Best at the softer points, with a pleasant Lassie Foundation / Starflyer 59 / Brian Wilson feel.
FCC Clean, Pics: 3, 6, 8, 13

1. 3:06 Pop/Rock opener. Pretty, dreamy softs between indistinct modern rock sections.
2. 4:41 Similar to track 1, but a bouncier feel and heavier refrains.
**3. 4:43 Sweet and lazy pseudo-southern ba-dum-bum-bum melody reminiscent of Brian Wilson. Long vamped theme for the outro.
4. 3:22 Rhythmic southern rock. Cold start.
5. 2:01 Brief modern rocker.
*6. 5:38 Easy ballad, with piano intro and delicate vox. Closes with a nice pop guitar solo over a soft ooh hook.
7. 3:57 Lower energy, with semi-whispered vox and smooth acoustic playing. Slightly southern and Hem-ish.
*8. 3:00 Similar to track 1, again with mumbly vox in the soft parts, but now with slow tempo changes and an emo-rock urgency when the song picks up.
9. 3:54 Sugary, gentle, arpeggiated pop.
10. 2:10 Like track 9, more upbeat.
11. 4:55 Hook-based, catchy pop/rock. A little heady.
12. 2:59 Soft and monochromatic ballad.
**13. 5:42 Odd, buzzy tape intro before soft and happy sounding singer/songwriter piano waltz. Vamped hook soars a bit, with a Sufjan-esque mixed instrumentation interlude beginning at 2:28. Sudden noise at 3:39-4:09, then sci-fi urban soundscape for the remainder.

Track Listing
1.Everything's Fine, Cover Your Eyes 7.Learn How To Pray
2.Sun Don't Shine 8.It's Only You
3.Paw Paw 9.Newspaper Friend
4.Open Up Geraldine 10.Holy Places
5.Polarity 11.Give Yourself
6.Eleven 12.Spend A Day