Happy Days, Sweetheart

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Happy Days, Sweetheart
Studio album by Ethyl Meatplow
Released April 13, 1993
Genre Experimental
Industrial rock
Label Dali Records
Producer Barry Adamson
Ethyl Meatplow
Singles from Happy Days, Sweetheart
  1. "Queenie"
    Released: 1993
  2. "Devil's Johnson"
    Released: 1993
  3. "Ripened Peach"
    Released: 1993
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 4/5 stars[1]
Rolling Stone 3/5 stars[2]

Happy Days, Sweetheart was the 1993 debut and only album for Industrial music dance group Ethyl Meatplow. The album was released on Chameleon Records, distributed by Elektra Entertainment and produced by Barry Adamson. The album received praise by many critics, but did not fare very well commercially.

The video for "The Devil's Johnson" was once featured on an episode of Beavis & Butt-head.

Track listing[edit]

  1. "Opening Precautionary Instructions" - 0:44
  2. "Suck" - 4:08
  3. "Devil's Johnson" - 3:13
  4. "Car" - 2:26
  5. "Queenie" - 3:35
  6. "(They Long to Be) Close to You" - 3:29
  7. "Tommy" - 4:36
  8. "Mustard Requiem" - 1:44
  9. "Abazab" - 4:27
  10. "Ripened Peach" - 4:30
  11. "Feed" - 5:25
  12. "Rise" - 4:53
  13. "For My Sleepy Lover" - 0:51
  14. "Sad Bear" - 5:06
  15. "Untitled" - 6:18

Chart positions[edit]

Singles
Single Chart (1993) Position
"Queenie" US Hot Dance Club Songs[3] 3

Personnel[edit]

  • Barry Adamson - Producer, Additional Vocals (Tracks 2, 9 & 14)
  • David Brown - Alto Sax (Track 2)
  • Carla Bozulich - Vocals, Trumpet
  • Chris Fuhrman - Engineering
  • Sayuri Kawada - Violin
  • Daniel Keenan - Additional Vocals (Tracks 2)
  • Eeda Kitto - Violin
  • John Napier - Drums
  • Harold Barefoot Sanders - Vocals, Guitar
  • Albert Wing - Tenor Sax (Track 2)

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