Niet's cassette "Happy youth was" released on September, 1984, for Ljubljana’s alternative publisher ŠKUC in number of 200 copies. Even for the small Slovenia this was extremely modest number, but those were different times. It was possible to feel strong thaw in last decade of communism in Yugoslavia, but the leading state publishing houses still looked upon non-conformist, especially socially critical music, with big distrust. Niet made a
big favour to the ex-Yugo alternative scene with that tape. This scanty cassette, consisting all, by then recorded songs and some, directly from radio dubbed concert recordings, became the most dubbed cassette in history of Slovenia. With it (and with new recordings) the cult status of Niet, which flared up in 90’s and is still going strong, was spreading…This special repress features all the songs from the original "Srečna mladina" tape plus three bonus tracks, all housed in a great looking gatefold cover with 24-page booklet, printed inner sleeve and a CD with the same tracklist of the LP!