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The Happy Analogues are one of the most prolific bands in the New York/New Jersey Filipino-American rock music scene.
Since 2006, the band's founding year, they released a double-sided single called Minimum Memory Required, two Christmas singles in 2006 and 2007 , one full-length album in early 2007 called Lilacs and Politics, another EP in late 2007 called Three Hundred Sixty Five, six singles, and a double-disc album about school life in the Philippines called School Tales in 2009.
Now, the band is writing materials for their third album..
The Happy Analogues have played some of the most important gigs in magnificent venues in New York metro area, including The Knitting Factory, The Cutting Room, Crash Mansion, The Rebel NYC, Club Midway, Fontana's Bar, Fat Baby, and The Stone Pony . They have also played in music festivals like the open air Autumn Moon Asian Festival in the heart of Chinatown, NYC, and the Philippine Fiesta in Secaucus , NJ.
The band also played gigs in Los Angeles, San Francisco, Baltimore, and have appeared on a number cable television music shows including The Rhythms of New York, and The Filipino Channel's Speak Out.
The Happy Analogues are:
Ted Reyes: Vocals, guitar, keyboards
Paul Zurita: Vocals, guitar
Ronnie Lao: Vocals and bass guitar
Rich Saguirre: Drums and percussion