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View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Happy Is on Discogs. Label: Liberty - LP • Format: Vinyl LP, Album, Stereo • Country: Japan • Genre: Rock, Pop, Folk, World, & Country • Style: Soft Rock, Folk Rock, Psychedelic Rock4/5(1). rows · Signing to Imperial Records, in the fall of the group issued its debut LP Happy Is the . Find album release information for Happy Is the Sunshine Company - The Sunshine Company on AllMusic.

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Download as PDF Printable version. Add links. Sunshine pop [1]. May have light surface noise such as pops, clicks and crackles but it should be occasional and not consistent and not overwhelming. May have light warping but it should not affect the play.

Cover - will have noticeable wear such as ring wear, seam splitting, writing on cover, creases, etc. Could be a couple items not all and they should not be major. Vinyl - will look VERY played, have lot of marks, scuffs, scratches possibly deepplay with noticeable maybe even consistent background noise but is still listenable.

May have warping but it should not affect play. Vinyl - will play but will have a lot of issues and have a lot of loud background noise. We will rarely list a record in this condition. All the seams are split, the panels are moldy, major writing all over, etc. The only time we'll list a record with a cover in this shape is if it's rare or the record is in great shape. We used high quality mailers, two cardboard stiffners and if the album you are buying is used it is shipped outside the cover to prevent damage to the seams in transit.

When it comes to shipping LaserDiscs we don't always ship outside the cover as in transit seam wear is not as common. If you want your discs shipped outside the cover feel free to note that at checkout in the message box. Special Note for 78's: Shellac records are much more fragile and require additional packaging, because of this each 78 will count as two records for shipping calculation purposes.

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Multiple record sets count as multiple records. Any order over 5 records will require you to contact us for a shipping quote. Rates include Insurance. Other artists may have had records with high values only during the time they were recording, with prices in the collector market dropping considerably after they finished their careers or when they passed away.

On the other hand, records by the Beatles are selling for the highest prices ever and prices remain steady more than 40 years after they released their last album. Exceptions to that exist; that can come in the form of artists who were never particularly popular, but who were influential in the industry.

Album) of these artists were very successful and their records sold poorly when new. All three were enormous influences on other musicians, however, and as a result, their records sell for surprisingly high prices today. This factor is pretty straightforward when it comes to vinyl records value ; records that sold well and are quite common are going to be less valuable than records that sold poorly or are hard to find.

On the other hand, even records that sold well when new can become scarce in time, especially when one takes the condition of the record into account. Albums by Elvis Presley and the Beatles sold millions of copies when they were first released, but finding nice original copies of those records now can be difficult, as many have been thrown away or damaged through heavy play or abuse.

In the s, it was rare for even a popular album to sell much more than a million copies. By the s, albums selling more than 5 million copies were relatively common. A good example of this would be Music from the Elder by Kiss, released in Released after a string of best-selling albums, Music from the Elder had a different sound from their previous releases and offered no hit songs and no songs that regularly received airplay.

As a result, the album soon went out of print. Because the condition of a record is held to be important by collectors, the ideal example of a record to own, in the eyes of many collectors, would be one that has never been played at all. Because of this, collectors will often pay a huge premium for sealed, unopened examples of records they are seeking.

When record albums were first offered in the late s, they were sold without any external wrapping on the cover. Customers in record stores could remove the records from the cover and many stores would even allow them to play the records to help them make a buying decision.

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We have written an extensive article about white label promo Album) you can read it here. This issue of scarcity comes into play when one looks at whether a particular record was released by a small, regional label or a large national one. Larger labels have national distribution and multiple pressing plants, and popular records might be pressed in the millions. Smaller labels might press only a few hundred or several thousand copies of a particular record.

There are examples of records being initially released on small labels and then later released on larger labels when the small record company negotiated a distribution deal with the larger label in order to sell more records. An example of this would be the surf album Pipeline by the Chantays, which was originally released on the California-based Downey label. When the song became a hit, Downey struck a deal with the nationally distributed Dot records to have them release the album instead.

Today, copies of the album on the Downey label are far harder to find than their LP counterparts, and sell for higher prices. Sometimes an artist will release records on a small label and then move to a larger one.

In these cases, their earlier releases tend to be more collectible than their later ones. As the records by the group issued by RCA sold quite well, they tend to sell for modest prices. Another example, also in the country genre, is the first album by Jim Reeves.

His first album, Jim Reeves Singswas issued in on the small Abbott label. When that album began to sell well, Reeves moved to major label RCA. A given album or single might have been released with several different labels on the disc itself, even among releases by the same record company. Record companies often change the appearance of the labels used on their records.

While it has happened less often in recent decades, changes in label art an appearance were quite common among the major labels during the s and s. Records by the Beatles, for instance, were released by Capitol Records on a black label with a rainbow colored perimeter, a green label, a red label, a custom Apple label, an orange label, a purple label, and a new version of the original black label, all over a period of about 20 years.

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Sometimes, minor differences on labels can make a difference, as well. The first copies of Meet the Beatles to be sold in America were rushed to the stores without including publishing information for the songs on the record. Untilrecords were sold only in mono. Between andrecords were usually sold in both mono and stereo, and between about anda few records were available in 4 channel quadraphonic sound.

During the time when records were sold in more than one format simultaneously, one of the formats was usually pressed in smaller quantities than the other, I Need You - The Sunshine Company - Happy Is (Vinyl. Mono records were more common than their stereo counterparts in the early s, for instance, but were the harder variation to find by Quadraphonic pressings were always intended for a niche market, and never sold in large quantities, except in the few cases where all copies of a particular title were encoded in quadraphonic sound.

While the value of a mono record in relation to its stereo counterpart will depend on when the record was released, quadraphonic copies are almost always worth more money than the same album in stereo. The topic of mono vs. While most records are pressed from black vinyl, sometimes other colors are used.

Mono copy of the debut album for the psychedelic folk rock group The Sunshine Company. Style: Soft Rock, Folk Rock, Bubblegum Vinyl: Mint (sealed) Cover: VG (Cover has quite a bit of water damage both on the front and back limited mostly to the corner areas. Shrink is split in . Background: Happy is the Sunshine Company was the first of three LPs by the California pop group, and their most successful.   They’re often compared to the Mamas and the Papas. The LP reached # on the U.S. charts, helped by the single “Back on the Street Again,” which reached #36 on the U. The title of this Sunshine Company compilation was chosen very carefully, considering they only really had one hit. "Back on the Street Again" () may have made them famous, but the only song that even came close to it on the charts was "Happy.".

These could consist of two vinyl LPs in a single 2-LP box, or one double-sided LPs are seven inches across and spin at 45 rotations per minute on your record player. They only have five minutes of playing time per side at most, so they are usually used for singles.

By the fall of , the band released their debut LP on Imperial Records, titled Happy Is The Sunshine Company. It included their two charting singles and peaked at number on the Billboard In , the group released their last top charting single, "Look Here Comes The Sun. Happy Lyrics: Happiness is when / I'm near you / To share your smile / If I love to / Happy's the day I found you / Happy's the world around you / I'll never cry as long as / We're together / My.

When an album is reissued, the original vinyl record’s value usually falls in the marketplace. While some collectors remain interested in owning an early or an original pressing of a recently reissued album, there are others who are only interested in hearing the music, and will be happy to own a reissued version of the album instead.

You don't realize how much I need you I'd love you all the time, I'd never leave you So come on back to me I'm lonely as can be I need you Said you had a thing or two to tell me How was I to know it would upset me I didn't realize As I looked in your eyes You told me. When an album is reissued, the original vinyl record’s value usually falls in the marketplace. While some collectors remain interested in owning an early or an original pressing of a recently reissued album, there are others who are only interested in hearing the music, and will be happy to own a reissued version of the album instead.

When you carry the sunshine with you Don't need no big drink Or cigarette I got more than I need to complete the set Make picturesque On warm breast Hitting hard cause mind don't need no rest But get me medicine In shape of your something Whatever fetish I decide myself to cast you in So when the storm breaks I leave the headache To walk alone.


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  1. rows · Signing to Imperial Records, in the fall of the group issued its debut LP Happy Is the .
  2. You don't realize how much I need you I'd love you all the time, I'd never leave you So come on back to me I'm lonely as can be I need you Said you had a thing or two to tell me How was I to know it would upset me I didn't realize As I looked in your eyes You told me.
  3. Apr 21,  · 50+ videos Play all Mix - I Need Your Love (like the sunshine) - N.R.G. Original Mix YouTube DJ Zinc - Super Sharp Shooter (Original Mix) - Duration: ElectroBassDub , views.
  4. Yes you know You bring the sunshine into my life Your lips are burning and the feeling is right I can't believe it's true that you're mine Don't let me down down down down down Happy It's so nice to be happy Everybody should be happy It's so nice to be happy I just pray You'll never run away Cca't wait another day To hold you tight To hold you.
  5. Find album release information for Happy Is the Sunshine Company - The Sunshine Company on AllMusic.
  6. May 29,  · View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Research Craft Pressing Vinyl release of Happy Is on Discogs. Label: Imperial - LP • Format: Vinyl LP, Album, Stereo Research Craft Pressing • Country: US • Genre: Rock, Pop, Folk, World, & Country • /5(32).
  7. Happy Lyrics: Happiness is when / I'm near you / To share your smile / If I love to / Happy's the day I found you / Happy's the world around you / I'll never cry as long as / We're together / My.
  8. The title of this Sunshine Company compilation was chosen very carefully, considering they only really had one hit. "Back on the Street Again" () may have made them famous, but the only song that even came close to it on the charts was "Happy.".