the Laughing apple

the Laughing apple

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The Laughing Apple was an indiepop band that existed beween 1980 and 1981. Members Alan McGee who played bass and guitarist Andrew Innes had played in H20 and Newspeak while still in Scotland but formed Laughing Apple upon their move to London
They self-released the three-song Ha Ha Hee Hee 7" in March of 1981 on Autonomy Records and their second single, Participate, was release a couple months later. More Info »

Top Albums

  • The Ha Ha Hee Hee! E.P.
    The Ha Ha Hee Hee! E.P.
  • Ha Ha Hee Hee!
    Ha Ha Hee Hee!
  • Whaam! Bam! Thank You Dan! - A Whaam Records Compilation 1981-1984
    Whaam! Bam! Thank You Dan! - A Whaam Records Compilation 1981-1984
  • Participate 7
    Participate 7"
  • Precious Feeling 7
    Precious Feeling 7"
  • A Different Story
    A Different Story
  • The Ha Ha Hee Hee E.P.
    The Ha Ha Hee Hee E.P.
  • (null)
    (null)
  • Roll On Summertime
    Roll On Summertime
  • Participate!
    Participate!
  • Participate/Wouldn't You?
    Participate/Wouldn't You?
  • Going Underground
    Going Underground
  • Participate! 7
    Participate! 7"
  • Are You Scared To Get Happy?
    Are You Scared To Get Happy?
  • Whaam! Bam! Thank You Dan!
    Whaam! Bam! Thank You Dan!
  • Precious Feeling
    Precious Feeling
  • Creation Artifact: The Dawn of Creation Records 1983-1985
    Creation Artifact: The Dawn of Creation Records 1983-1985
  • Whaam! Bam! Thank You Dan! (Whaam! Records Comp)
    Whaam! Bam! Thank You Dan! (Whaam! Records Comp)
  • All for Art... and Art for All
    All for Art... and Art for All
  • The Ha Ha Hee Hee! 7
    The Ha Ha Hee Hee! 7"
  • Whaam Bam Thank You Dan
    Whaam Bam Thank You Dan
  • Ha Ha Hee Hee! EP
    Ha Ha Hee Hee! EP
  • All For Art And Art For All
    All For Art And Art For All
  • The Ha Ha He Hee! Ep
    The Ha Ha He Hee! Ep
  • The Ha Ha Hee Hee!
    The Ha Ha Hee Hee!
  • Mutant Sounds: Ha Ha Hee Hee!
    Mutant Sounds: Ha Ha Hee Hee!
  • Wouldn't You/I Wonder Why
    Wouldn't You/I Wonder Why
  • The Ha Ha Hee Hee! EP -Edition 59-17-
    The Ha Ha Hee Hee! EP -Edition 59-17-
  • The Ha Ha Hee Hee! [EP]
    The Ha Ha Hee Hee! [EP]
  • The Laughing Apple/The Pastels
    The Laughing Apple/The Pastels
  • The Singles bw/Biff Bang Pow!
    The Singles bw/Biff Bang Pow!
  • Mixtape IIIII
    Mixtape IIIII
  • Kilt by Death: the Sound of Old Scotland
    Kilt by Death: the Sound of Old Scotland
  • xPQwRtz - Cassettes & Flexis
    xPQwRtz - Cassettes & Flexis
  • Whaam! Bam! Thank You Dan! A Whaam! Records Compilation: 1981-1984
    Whaam! Bam! Thank You Dan! A Whaam! Records Compilation: 1981-1984
  • Whaam! Bam! Thank You Dan! A Whaam Records Compilation 1981-1984
    Whaam! Bam! Thank You Dan! A Whaam Records Compilation 1981-1984
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    a
  • creation flexi disc
    creation flexi disc
  • Whaam! Bam! Thank You Dan! (Wh
    Whaam! Bam! Thank You Dan! (Wh
  • Autonomy 7
    Autonomy 7"
  • The Ha Ha Hee Hee! EP
    The Ha Ha Hee Hee! EP
  • Artefect 7
    Artefect 7"
  • Participate! [EP]
    Participate! [EP]
  • Precious Feeling [EP]
    Precious Feeling [EP]
  • Ha Ha Ha Hee Hee!
    Ha Ha Ha Hee Hee!
  • Fly Ass Mix CD
    Fly Ass Mix CD
  • Artifact: The Dawn Of Creation Records CD3
    Artifact: The Dawn Of Creation Records CD3
  • Artifact
    Artifact

the Laughing apple. Artist Bio

The Laughing Apple was an indiepop band that existed beween 1980 and 1981. Members Alan McGee who played bass and guitarist Andrew Innes had played in H20 and Newspeak while still in Scotland but formed Laughing Apple upon their move to London
They self-released the three-song Ha Ha Hee Hee 7" in March of 1981 on Autonomy Records and their second single, Participate, was release a couple months later.

After they broke up Alan McGee joined Biff Bang Pow! and started the Creation label. Drummer Ken Popple and second guitarist Dick Green also joined Biff Bang Pow!, and Green also became McGee's right hand man with Creation. Innes went on to record for Creation with Revolving Paint Dream and Primal Scream.

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