Scandinavia, as an area, appears to have a knack for producing soft-voiced but passionate rock and roll & roll, be it the easy hearing grooves from the Cardigans or the fragile ’80s highs of a-ha, to mention two of several bands. Another within the long set of organizations fitting that explanation made an appearance in the past due ’90s with Poor Wealthy Types, a Norwegian music group based away from Bergen around vocalist/guitarist William, guitarist Espen, bassist Tor, and drummer Ludwig. Originally arriving together being a quartet, the music group received much interest in its house nation with Naivety’s Superstar, a tough but guaranteeing debut recorded within an outdated house. The follow-up, Through the Manufacturers of Ozium, broke the group in to the Norwegian big style, getting the group the same as the Grammy and credit scoring a number of strike singles. Affects from several latest U.K. works were apparent, especially Radiohead, producing Poor Rich Types a tiny cousin towards the likewise inspired Swedish work Kent. 1999 discovered the music group working on a number of tasks, including film soundtracks along with a adoring nod to days gone by, with a cover of a-ha’s “Hunting High and Low,” while 2000 brought a fresh full record, Happy Happy Happy. Espen still left “on sabbatical” following the documenting of said record, as the group continuing being a trio, securing an American discharge of Happy Happy Happy in 2001.