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Happy Hour (1995)*

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Brian Healy released his third album on Alarma Records in 1995, backed up by 77s members Mike Roe, David Leonhardt and Mark Harmon. Ever the punster, the album title reflects Brian's rejection of superficial standards of happiness in both the church and the world. Baritone vocals over somber slow-mo, pogo-wave music managed to ensure low sales and obscurity, yet the emerging Christian Goth scene can trace its roots to songs like 'Young Sexy and Dead,' 'I Need Radiation' and 'Bride Song,' in which Brian (speaking of The Church) laments: 'Jesus I love you but I don't understand your wife; she wears such funny make-up and she always wants to fight.' Brian is a pastor who knows his target audience is jaded to the point that a brutally honest diagnosis and radical shock therapy is needed. Prepare to be zapped. Not your wallet silly your heart! Songs include: 'Y.S.D.,' 'Radiation,' 'U.S.A.,' 'Glory,' 'Heaven,' 'Dance With You,' 'Bride Song,' 'It Must Be Love' and 'Happy Hour.'
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