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Much loved stalwarts of the late 80s, Sydney pub scene, at one point it seemed that the Happy Hate Me Nots were destined for success outside Australia. Graduating from Sydney's legendary Waterfront Records, the band signed a deal with San Francisco's Rough Trade Records and had their first album, "Out" released in the US. Unfortunately things didn't work out. They released a final EP and essentially ceased activity until late 2006 when the band reformed for a sold out show at Sydney's Annandale Hotel. Coinciding with this was the release of an anthology, The Good That's Been Done. With a sound that borrowed from the power pop scene, the band was also inspired by Bob Marley and the heavier aspects of Australian rock and roll. Read more on . User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply.

Feel compiles all of Sydney's Happy Hate Me Nots' releases, adds rarities, unreleased tracks, and a radio session, and coaxes lengthy, excitable, typically good natured, hand-written liners from frontman Paul Berwick. It's not wasted effort: This foursome was a zippy-rockin' ‘80s band with pepperpot tunes. They stood out, thanks to an odd name plus Berwick's snappy tunes and thick-voiced singing. They were also uniquely within and without Aussie indie trends, with one leg in the prevailing thick-fast Detroit-inspired scene derived from classic ‘70s Radio Birdman (Birdman legend Rob Younger even produced their lone LP, 1988's Out, and more) through Celibate Rifles, New Christs, Eastern Dark, Hard Ons, Trilobites, et al -- and the other in a breakaway melding of Brit mod revival (Berwick was like Jam-era Paul Weller or Big Country's Stuart Adamson, with an Aussie accent) and post-punk crosscurrents. The HHMNs loved the Sound (releasing a cover of Jeopardy's "Resistance") and the Skids. They also dug up the new-ish Billy Bragg's "Milkman of Human Kindness." Consequently, they evolved towards mid-tempo epics like "Don't Move Too Far," "More for Love," and "Trustworthy" and their final, best, 1991 mini-LP, A Place to Live. The Good is 41 tracks strong, with only to add that newcomers might start at disc one's end and move backwards, to begin with the mature later stuff.

If anything, it smacks of middle ages Feudalism and the property laws implemented to make the rich richer and the poor poorer. Fair to say, we have continued pretty much in that vein ever since.

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Paul Berwick
Vocals, Guitar
Tim McKay 
Guitar
Peter Lennon 
Bass, vocals
Mark Nicholson 
Drums
Christian Houllemare 
Bass
Mick Searson 
Drums
Neil Toddie 
Drums

The Haves and the Have Nots set a record for OWN, scoring the highest ratings ever for a series premiere on the network. [11] [12] During the show's first season, The Haves and the Have Nots received numerous widely publicized series highs in ratings, including with its July 30 episode, its August 6 episode, [13] [14] its August 13 episode, [15] its August 27 episode, and most notably with its season 1 finale on September 3. [16] The season 1 finale of The Haves And the Have Nots was the third most watched telecast in OWN history, bested only by an interview with Whitney Houston 's daughter Bobbi Kristina and episodes of Oprah's Next Chapter featuring Lance Armstrong . [17]

Much loved stalwarts of the late 80s, Sydney pub scene, at one point it seemed that the Happy Hate Me Nots were destined for success outside Australia. Graduating from Sydney's legendary Waterfront Records, the band signed a deal with San Francisco's Rough Trade Records and had their first album, "Out" released in the US. Unfortunately things didn't work out. They released a final EP and essentially ceased activity until late 2006 when the band reformed for a sold out show… read more


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