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Candlebox - Happy Pills album mp3
Alternative/Indie Rock,Hard Rock,Post-Grunge
  • Performer:
    Candlebox
  • Title:
    Happy Pills
  • Genre:
  • Style:
    Alternative/Indie Rock,Hard Rock,Post-Grunge
  • Date of release:
    July 21, 1998
  • Duration:
    56:13
  • Recording location:
    Plant, Sausalito, CA
  • Size FLAC version
    1551 megabytes
  • Size MP3 version
    1403 megabytes
  • Size WMA version
    1758 megabytes
  • Rating:
    4.4
  • Votes:
    174
  • Formats:
    DMF APE VOX ADX MPC AA

Happy Pills is the third studio album by Seattle post-grunge band, Candlebox. It features former Pearl Jam drummer Dave Krusen who replaced Scott Mercado in 1997. Happy Pills did not gain the success of its predecessors and would be the last Candlebox album before their hiatus in 2000. It would also be the final Candlebox album recorded for Maverick. Four of the album's tracks would be included on The Best of Candlebox in 2006. The album was produced by Ron Nevison and Candlebox.

WMG (от лица компании "Maverick"); LatinAutor, CMRRA, ASCAP, Warner Chappell, PEDL, UBEM, LatinAutor - Warner Chappell" и другие авторские общества (3). Композиция. WMG; Warner Chappell, UBEM, PEDL, LatinAutor - Warner Chappell, LatinAutor, ASCAP, CMRRA" и другие авторские общества (2).

Happy Pills by Candlebox tab. One accurate version. No abusive ads. Recommended by The Wall Street Journal. Song: Happy Pills Band: Candlebox Album: Happy Pills. This song is fast, and rocks hard. Use distortion through all of it, and there's a. Really cool effect in the intro, probably a flanger with distortion. Symbols Used: , slide up X muted strings b bend note to pitch of note in parenthesis.

Album Name Happy Pills. Released date 21 July 1998. Members owning this album2.

BPM Profile Happy Pills. Album starts at 120BPM, ends at 152BPM (+32), with tempos within the -BPM range. Try refreshing the page if dots are missing). Recent albums by Candlebox. Disappearing in Airports. Love Stories & Other Musings.

Credits

Robert Bevan - Technical Engineer
Stefan Bucher - Design
Kim Bullard - Organ, Piano
Candlebox - Group, Primary Artist, Producer
Danny Clinch - Photography
Jan Fairchild - Mixing Assistant
Peter Klett - Composer, Guitar
Dave Krusen - Composer, Drums, Percussion
Leff Lefferts - Assistant Engineer
Gavin Lurssen - Mastering
Bardi Martin - Bass, Composer
Kevin Martin - Guitar, Vocals
Posie Muliadi - Assistant Engineer
Ron Nevison - Engineer, Mixing, Producer
Kevin Reagan - Art Direction, Design

Track List

Title/Composer Performer Time
1 10,000 Horses Peter Klett / Dave Krusen / Bardi Martin Candlebox 5:10
2 Happy Pills Peter Klett / Dave Krusen / Bardi Martin Candlebox 3:27
3 Blinders Peter Klett / Dave Krusen / Bardi Martin Candlebox 5:50
4 It's Alright Peter Klett / Dave Krusen / Bardi Martin Candlebox 5:23
5 A Stone's Throw Away Peter Klett / Dave Krusen / Bardi Martin Candlebox 5:42
6 So Real Peter Klett / Dave Krusen / Bardi Martin Candlebox 3:54
7 Offerings Peter Klett / Dave Krusen / Bardi Martin Candlebox 4:17
8 Sometimes Peter Klett / Dave Krusen / Bardi Martin Candlebox 5:08
9 Step Back Peter Klett / Dave Krusen / Bardi Martin Candlebox 4:31
10 Belmore Place Peter Klett / Dave Krusen / Bardi Martin Candlebox 4:03
11 Breakaway Peter Klett / Dave Krusen / Bardi Martin Candlebox 4:15
12 Look What You've Done Peter Klett / Dave Krusen / Bardi Martin Candlebox 4:33

Porgisk
It is always difficult for a band to meet expectations after a surprising strong eponymous debut. With the second album "Lucy", the band seemed to go through growing pains, but showed promise with creativity and exploration of song writing. One would then expect the next album, in this case "Happy Pills", to find a happy bridge between the two - creative expansion and staying true to a sound that made you appealing in the first place. Happy Pills fails to deliver on all accounts and plays like a band trying too hard in the creativity department, and reaching for commercial success found in their first album. It is a contrived album. Upon first listen, the surface seems good enough, but upon a second play, one finds a lack of depth, uninspired riffs, and belting vocals that convey neither energy nor spontaneity. I wanted to like this album, but decided to liquidate from my collection realizing this band went into obscurity for a decade after this release for a reason - they had nothing left to give.