Album · 2006 · 14 Songs. More By Happy Kreter. See All. Paradigm Lost (Paradigm Lost).
Happy Kreter is no stranger to the Canadian music scene. At the age of 19 Kreter played a pivotal role as the bass player in Gob, one of Canada's foremost punk bands.
Album by. Happy Kreter.
During the Great War all the belligerent nations produced an extraordinary variety of them - and they did so on a massive scale. As the 200 wartime and immediate post-war posters selected for this book reveal, they were one of the most potent, and memorable, ways of conveying news, information and propaganda. In the most graphic and colourful fashion they promoted values such as patriotism and sacrifice. By using rallying symbols such as flags as well as historical and mythical models, they sought to maintain morale and draw people together by stirring up anger against the enemy.
Happy Kreter, a talented singer-songwriter from Vancouver, Canada, is now also a band of the same name. Featuring ex-members of Arista Records punkrockers, Gob, and Revelation Records emo-core heavyweights, By A Thread, Happy Kreter offers an original rendering of those bands’ energy and passion. Happy Kreter’s songwriting focuses on catchy vocal melodies, intelligent lyrics, and guitar hooks. The songs are an amalgam of thought and emotion, contemplation and ebullition.
|The Dwindling Tide||5:03|
|Harder To Forget||3:26|
|Our Smallest Secrets||3:48|
|A Wound I Couldn't Heal||3:52|
|The Shortcut Home||3:43|
|none||Happy Kreter||That Great War (14xFile, AAC, Album, 256)||Global Symphonic||none||US||2006|
|none||Happy Kreter||That Great War (CD, Album)||Global Symphonic||none||Canada||2006|