- 1. Every Second is a Second Chance 6.14
- 2. Fool 3.25
- 3. I Found My Voice 4.09
- 4. Gusts of Wind Blowing in Different Directions 2.32
- 5. Home 7.16
- 6. The Greatest Film Never Made 6.03
- 7. The First Last Dinosaur Song 3.48
- 8. Be That Boy 4.09
- 9. We Are A Battlefield 3.59
- 10. Maps 2.20
- 11. The Record Player 4.16
- 12. The Song Playing at the End of the Film of My Life 5.57
Show Your Working (A collection of demos, remixes, works in progress and other such things) 4 tracks, 17.23 The Last Dinosaur on December 02, 2010 15:31
The Last Dinosaur are two friends (Jamie Cameron and Luke Hayden) who stay up very late and make beautiful music, playing all the instruments themselves and letting their imaginations run wild. They don’t recognise the word genre, at all... Ever.
Hooray! for Happiness was home recorded on multitrack without the aid of computers and released in April 2010. The album is available to listen to on Spotify and you can own a digital copy downloading through iTunes or a physical one ordering it at the Rough Trade store.
Uncut Magazine - "An album that's warm, engrossing and impressively original."
6Music - "One of the most underrated bands in the country."
The Line of Best Fit - "One of the most refreshing, creative and inventive records of the year."
4or The Record - "This is a masterpiece, and each second is a reminder of that"
Other Magazine - "Hooray For Happiness fails to exhibit any glaring weaknesses, in the process making a strong case for the importance of a band like The Last Dinosaur’s arrival on the English indie music landscape."
The 405 - "One of the most refreshing, original and gratifying records of the year. Soul food for the head and the heart."
Bearded Magazine - "A beautiful record made by two emerging talents that are definitely deserving of attention. Let it envelop you, and discover all the delights contained within for yourself."
God Is In The TV - "Hooray! For Happiness is a revelation."
Never Enough Notes - "There are gorgeous piano instrumentals, snapped-finger percussion, chiming guitars and almost classical arrangements, and throughout the album lead singer Cameron’s careworn voice and lyrics project an intimacy and thoughtfulness refreshingly free of cynicism."
Echoes and Dust - "Filled with moments of startling beauty and gloriously melodic melancholy."