Alternative rock quartet Die Happy formed in Ulm, Germany, in 1993. In late 1999, Die Happy signed to BMG Ariola, and in 2001, issued their major-label debut, Supersonic Speed. Beautiful Morning followed a year later, and in 2003, Die Happy traveled to Los Angeles to begin work with hitmaking producers the Matrix on the band's third RCA effort, The Weight of the Circumstances. Virtual unknown Udo Rinklin helmed the 2005 follow-up, Bitter to Better, although multi-platinum schlockmeister Diane Warren penned the ballad "I Am." No Nuts No Glory reached the German Top 30 upon its 2006 release. ~ Jason Ankeny
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