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On April 5, 2005, the band released its fourth album on Mojo, We're Not Happy 'Til You're Not Happy. ), which was more lighthearted and cheerful, Allmusic describes the songs in We're Not Happy 'Til You're Not Happy as "angry" and "embittered", but also deemed the album as "super catchy".Justin Ferreira (who replaced De La Garza) was on drums for the recording, but left before the album's release to join the Orange County band Takota and subsequently is listed as an additional musician on the CD. Common themes expressed throughout the songs include jealousy, regret, short-lasting fame, and disappointment toward mainstream record companies. But We're Not Happy 'Til You're Not Happy is about us being old and jaded now." The band formed its own label and released a 3-disc live performance CD/DVD set, Our Live Album Is Better Than Your Live Album.
I never even realised that that was what I was listening to when I was little, I used to love the beat…the English beat. As years went on, people would leave for college or go off to school or whatever…and once we got signed, we were getting a lot of money, so of course people stayed.It was the late eighties when hair metal bands came out that I really got into it, that was a great time! I think if you really sit down and look at the lyrics, you’ll see that there’s some f*cked up things in there. ’ And ‘She has a girlfriend now’, about losing your girlfriend to another woman…is that true? I had two different girlfriends in high school that ended up becoming lesbians later. ’ And we’re just like ‘…no.’ Which album did you have most fun making? So of course seeing all these people with the big hair, and the bright colours playing guitars, I just thought, ‘That’s what I wanna do. I wanna play ripping guitar solos and dance around in spandex.’ The content of your music is quite light-hearted and jovial, have you ever thought about making an album that was more… Matt Wong Andrew Gonzales Zach Gilltrap Ben Guzman Lisa Smith Dan Regan Tavis Werts Adam Polakoff Robert Quimby Stephan Reed Eric Vismantas Scott Klopfenstein Grant Barry Carlos de la Garza Tyler Jones Justin Ferreira Ryland Steen Reel Big Fish is an American ska punk band from Orange County, California, best known for the 1997 hit "Sell Out". It wasn’t obscure where we came from, in South California there was a huge ska scene. We started going to ska shows, and just had a great time.
Ska is quite an obscure musical choice to get into, why did you end up choosing it?
De la Garza's last concert with Reel Big Fish was on June 20, 2003 at the House of Blues in Anaheim, California.
That concert was later released as a DVD in The Show Must Go Off! Jones appeared in the Music Videos for Where Have You Been?
Aaron Barrett has stated that We're Not Happy 'Til You're Not Happy was "the third record in a trilogy" that began with Turn the Radio Off. This package became available on July 18, 2006 on the Internet and in retail stores on August 22.
"The first one was about being in a band and trying to make it. Jive later released a Reel Big Fish greatest hits album, Greatest Hit... On February 20, 2007, the band released Duet All Night Long, which is a split EP with Zolof the Rock & Roll Destroyer.
It features six cover songs (three from each band), with the vocalist of each band performing in the other band's songs (except in the case of Scott Klopfenstein singing in the song, "Say Say Say".) The band released its first studio album since leaving Jive Records; Monkeys for Nothin' and the Chimps For Free worldwide on July 10, 2007, on the Rock Ridge Music record label.