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Miss Happiness

Released June 15, 1992 on LP, CD, and cassette. Caroline and Quigley Records.

  • Miss Happiness
  • Chowdertown
  • Love You Better
  • Showers Down
  • Quiet Time
  • Pink Moon (by Nick Drake)
  • Smoothing The Ride
  • Croton-Harmon (local)
  • Twinkle and Shine
  • Factory

Produced by Mr. Colson. Check out Doug’s insight into the recording of this beautiful album. It looks like he might have more to say. Leave a comment on his website and encourage him to share more.


Harmonizing vocals. Funky, nice, safe rock. Fresh new stuff. Impressive sound production. Very close to Kings S, Faith No MOre, Rush…. Looking for that cutting edge. Get a good video producer and Walt Mink could be the next Red Hot Chili Peppers, who knows? – Dumpster Dive 6 (1992)

Everything from the drum sounds, vocal melodies, and guitar tones on Miss Happiness resemble what the Smashing Pumpkins acheived on their successful Gish album, but Walt Mink does have something new to offer. Bluesy twists uniquely accentuate churning, psychedelic, fuzzy guitar riffs as guitarist/vocalist John Flansburg adds a quirky element with his They Might Be Giants-like vocals. – Michigan Review (September 16, 1992)

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