Making use of their ripped jeans and set jackets, the British guitar pop band Hurrah! might’ve been regarded as rebellious — back the ’50s. However, in 1987 Hurrah! had been improbable victims of controversy once the video for the solitary “Lovely Sanity” was prohibited from American tv. Featuring two girls keeping hands, the video nearly avoided the group from getting into the U.S. Shaped in the first ’80s by Paul Handyside (acoustic guitar, vocals), David “Taffy” Hughes (acoustic guitar, vocals), David Porthouse (bass), and Tag Sim (drums), the music group was initially called the Green-Eyed Kids. In 1982, Hurrah! was authorized to Kitchenware Information in Britain. Sim then abruptly remaining the group, and he was changed by Damien Mahoney. In 1986, Mahoney stop the music group to become cop, as well as the group employed Steve Cost. Hurrah! recorded many critically acclaimed however commercially unsuccessful singles on Kitchenware before finding a agreement from Arista Information; the music group even offered their devices so they might buy meals. Hurrah! released their debut recording, Inform God I’m Right here, in 1987, as well as the group needed to make use of gear lent for them from Prefab Sprout and Martin Stephenson & the Daintees to record it. In addition they exposed for U2 at Wembley Stadium in London and toured Iraq, Jordan, and Egypt aswell. Hurrah!’s second LP, THE STUNNING, made an appearance in 1989, but like its forerunner it didn’t sell well, as well as the music group departed from Arista. Hurrah! documented a third record in 1991; nevertheless, it was under no circumstances released. Hughes after that began the post-punk clothing Star Witness, afterwards called Chocolate Coloured Clowns, with Tag Shearman (bass) and Hurrah!’s last drummer Adrian Evans, even though Handyside began saving beneath the nom de guerre Bronze. Porthouse underwent schooling to be always a beliefs healer. In 2000, Inform God I’m Right here was reissued on Compact disc with seven reward paths by BMG Funhouse in Japan.