Happiness (The Beloved album). Happiness is the debut studio album, and second album overall, by English electronic group The Beloved, released in February 1990 in Britain by East West Records and in the United States by Atlantic Records the following month
The Beloved - Happiness. Antworten Mich bei Antworten benachrichtigen 1 Helpful. Still, Happiness is not the remixes and there were so many of those from these album tracks, I know it can seem like dance influenced pop music. Sorry to say it, you just had be to be there - in the clubs, in the fields, in the warehouses to know how central these chart friendly, Balearic tracks were in the underground dance worlds.
Happiness, the Beloved's debut album, collects their four major hits - "Hello," "The Sun Rising," "Love Takes Me Higher," and "Time After Time" - and sprinkles in a few more club-oriented album tracks to fill out the LP. The post-rave synth-popsters are a bit too heavily tied to the heady days of ABC and Erasure, but Happiness suits its title with a set of undeniably pleasant dance-pop.
Happiness (The Beloved album). The album reached on the UK Albums Chart on its release, in March 1990, and subsequently reached on the . Billboard 200 Pop Albums Chart. Having slimmed down from a four piece to a duo comprising Jon Marsh and Steve Waddington in 1987, following the departure of original members Tim Havard and Guy Gausden, Marsh and Waddington soon fell under the influence of the burgeoning Acid House scene emerging in London at the time, from clubs such as Shoom.
Due to the huge success of the 1990 album Happiness, a VHS video collection was created in 1991, containing all four singles from that album, and a final ghost video track, where Jon is simulating sex with a model, Holly Cat, backed by a long extended remix of a track from the Blissed Out album. While "Sweet Harmony" went on to become their biggest hit in the UK, reaching number 8 in 1993, the other two tracks taken from the Conscience album, did not achieve the former's success . The Beloved released a number of underground 12" singles in the following years under different names, including: It's A Universal Thing, All That Jazz (1998, as Adam & Eve); Ride With Me (1998, as Lucky Hole); Baby Sheik (1998, as The London Authority); With You, a cover version of Sparks' 1981 song When I'm With You.
Happiness is a 1990 album from British pop band The Beloved. The album reached on the UK Albums Chart on its release, in March 1990, and subsequently reached on the US Billboard 200 Pop Albums Chart. The change in style proved to be their commercial breakthrough, as the album yielded three Top 40 UK singles – "The Sun Rising" at "Hello" at and "Your Love Takes Me Higher" at #39.
The Beloved:Happiness (1990). Album by The Beloved. Your Love Takes Me Higher.
This album has an average beat per minute of 128 BPM (slowest/fastest tempos: 101/178 BPM). See its BPM profile at the bottom of the page. BPM Profile Happiness. Album starts at 101BPM, ends at 103BPM (+2), with tempos within the -BPM range. Try refreshing the page if dots are missing). Recent albums by The Beloved.