|#||Release title||Total tracks||Type of release is||Imprint date||Label|
|2||Turn Things Upside Down||7||Audio||1990||Cooking Vinyl|
|3||There´s Nothing Quite Like Money||13||Audio||1985||CirCus Records (7)|
|4||Turn Things Upside Down||9||Audio||1990||Cooking Vinyl|
|5||There´s Nothing Quite Like Money||13||Audio||1985||Wave (7)|
Naming themselves after Brecht and Weill's play, The Happy End was also a socialist band that began in 1983 as a six-piece thing and ended up as twenty-one piece in the tradition of big bands.