Happydeadmen were among the initial Swedish serves to have already been provided credit for inspiring the ’90s explosion of pop serves. Using the thank-you list which includes the Cardigans and Popsicle, Happydeadmen’s melody of alluring indie glee debuted in 1988. Using their first full-length, Eleven Pop Music (1990), and Video game, Established, Match (1993) separately released, Happydeadmen would spend an integral part of 1995 touring Japan before their follow-up record, Bullfights Every Weekend, came out 2 yrs afterwards. After settling down the lineup in 1997 with Jan Hedin (vocals/electric guitar), Magnus Karlsson (electric guitar), Roger Kjellgren (bass), and Thomas Kristoffersson (drums), SummerSound Recordings ultimately put together a Happydeadmen best-of record to celebrate their ten-year life. The fittingly entitled Happydeadmen Classics: TEN YEARS in Pop premiered in January of 1999.