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I Am Not in Any Way Happy for You
  • Artist: Inverness
  • Label: CD Baby
  • UPC: 837101241946
  • Item #: CDBY124194
  • Genre: Rock
  • Release Date: 11/28/2006
  • This product is a special order
  • Rank: 1000000000
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I Am Not in Any Way Happy for You on CD

After a statewide search, Inverness was handpicked to perform original songs in the punk rock musical, EMOPHILIACS, at the prestigious Bay Area Playwrights Festival. That collaboration with a number of nationally renowned artists paved the path to the band's debut album, I AM NOT IN ANY WAY HAPPY FOR YOU. The history of Inverness is a history forged in blood. That's right. James Parr, Travis Richardson, Michael Pinochi, and Danny Parr--who all grew up together in the San Francisco Bay Area suburb of Pacifica, California--long ago made a gruesome blood pact to be the greatest band in the universe. They had no other choice 'cuz they all sucked at sports. Over the last six years, Inverness has: A.) pumped out a number of aggressive, melodic, hook-filled songs that have ranged in style from pop-punk to hard rock to emo; B.) won battle-of-the-bands competitions without even having to sleep with any of the judges; and C.) played gigs all over, from Bay Area teen centers that smelled like feet to scary parks in Hollister filled with Hell's Angels. Because of A, B, and C (as well as the rest of the alphabet), Inverness has--at the very least--earned the distinction of being the greatest band in their own minds. The universe will surely catch up someday soon, and, if you don't think so, then the band will get a bunch of Hell's Angels to come to your house and kick your ass. (See C.)