Exploding onto the Canadian rock scene with “I’m An Adult Now,” The Pursuit of Happiness went on to sell over 100,000 copies of their debut album Love Junk and continued to have hits in the early 90s such as “Two Girls in One,” and “Cigarette Dangles.”
Fronted by the always-charismatic Moe Berg, TPOH delivered a breath-taking Brave New Waves session, complete wild guitar solos and impressive percussion courtesy Dave Gilby, as well as the TPOH-patented backing vocals by Kris Abbott.
The recording date of the Pursuit of Happiness’ Brave New Waves Session is unknown but is likely to be around 1990. The recording is taken from the original CBC Archives’ tape and remastered at Grey Market Mastering in Montreal, by Harris Newman.
released June 2, 2017
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SLOW. are hands down one of the most amazing
Rock/punk bands to have come out of Canada.
Precocious//Ferocious intelligent singing with proficient genius musicians playing a brand of music they described as ‘Demolition Rock’ They were all only around eighteen to twenty years old at the time of these recordings.