The Happy Analogues is a Jersey City-based rock group that has generated quite a buzz in the underground rock scene with the release of their two-sided single -Minimum Memory Required.
The two tracks in the release - Beautiful Pain and Crazy Girl For You garnered amazing reviews and has indeed put them in a path toward recognition and success. That path had indeed led them to a milestone - Beautiful Pain was selected to be a part of a Filipino-American produced compilation album that was released for the benefit the victims of the Leyte landslide last February 2006 in the Philippines. The album, Leyte: The Benefit CD, is available worldwide and is currently enjoying massive airplay in the Philippines.
In a couple of months after the Leyte selection, the band found themselves in yet another milestone - Rock in the Box.
Rock in the Box is another Fil-Am produced compilation album that features 14 of the best Fil-Am bands in the US, including The Happy Analogues. the band wrote and recorded a special song for this album, Alaala - A Filipino number that bitterly describes the breakup experience. Rock in the box was released August 12, 2006.
IN April 2007, the band will release their debut album - Lilac Politics, under Soulworks Records and their new single, 'The Universe is Mine' is made available here on last FM.
The band was formed in the summer of 2005 and consists of the following personnel:
Paul Zurita - Vocals/Guitars
Roni Lao - Vocals/Bass
Ted Reyes - Vocals/Guitars and Keyboards
Jonze - Vocals/Drums/Percussions
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