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Customer Reviews

5 out of 5

5 Ratings

5 Ratings

totally underrated!

seriously can't think of one,

The Happy Bullets represent good music from Dallas, they are absolutely wonderful. this album is great. youll have a good time. good lyrics, and i like the use of various intruments. nice and low-fi. it makes me sad that hardly anyone knows of this band!

BUY THIS ALBUM!
dont go in with expectations though and listen with an opend mind- as I try to do with any music

Masterpeice

Janey Rotten,

Couldn't possibly sing its praises enough, so i suppose I won't try.
You guys are like a cross between ELO and the New Pornographers with a touch of haberdashery. i LOVE IT! and you will too, mysterious stranger! The Happy Bullets bullet my happy.

Good Music

ParanoidBlueGirl,

Its great to see another album from this fine bunch of people. This album is a great follow up to The Vice and Virtue Ministry.
The songs are catchy, and just what you'd want from them. The instrumentals mesh perfectly with the lyrics and its an overall good listen.

This is definitely worth the purchase.
So why not buy it? :)

About The Happy Bullets

The psychedelic pop band the Happy Bullets was formed by singer/songwriters Jason Roberts and Timothy Ruble in Dallas, TX, in 2003 after the two met that February while working together at an art gallery. They originally planned only to make records, but local airplay encouraged them to organize a performing group, and Roberts taught his wife, Andrea Roberts, to play bass guitar, leading to the band's first gigs in the Dallas/Ft. Worth area. Later recruits were Josh McKibben (guitar, trumpet, vocals, glockenspiel), Rhett Jones (drums), and Kris Youmans (cello). By the spring of 2004, they were playing around Texas and in Oklahoma as they released their first album, Blue Skies and Umbrellas, on the Jeez Louise label. By January 2005, they had finished recording their second album, The Vice and Virtue Ministry, with producer Stuart Sikes. It was given its local release by Undeniable Records on March 29, 2005, and became available nationally on November 1, 2005. ~ William Ruhlmann

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