Brilliant Orange which I'm more than happy to fulfill. The work of a Vancouverite quartet, the Happy Man ep appears to be the group's one and only vinyl missive, supposedly issued a scant four months following their 1985 gestation. While not terribly distinguishable from the myriad of hard-strummed, indie guitar conglomerations of their era, a bevy of astute pop chops no doubt behooved Brilliant Orange. The concluding "Shotguns, Cacti and Vengeance," a sharp, cowpunk send-up, caught me slightly off guard. The video for the title song can be viewed below following the tracklist.
01. Happy Man
02. I'll Walk Away
04. Shotguns, Cacti and Vengeance
Brilliant Orange - Happy Man from Stokely on Vimeo.
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