Harvey Danger "Where Have All The Merrymakers Gone?" - Deathwish Inc

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Harvey Danger "Where Have All The Merrymakers Gone?"


Originally released in 1997, Where have all the merrymakers gone? catapulted the young band to stardom with the massive radio and video success of their anthemic hit song "Flagpole Sitta." The album has since sold over half a million copies with the single still receiving regular airplay on radio stations across the country.

For many critics, Harvey Danger's history begins and ends with "Flagpole Sitta." However, a revisitation of Where have all the merrymakers gone? reveals an album that transcends it's most famous song with music that is smart, sardonic and dynamic and a band that was far more than simply a "one hit wonder."

Harvey Danger emerged from the garages and basements of mid-'90s Seattle playing music that walked a line between indie-rock and pop-punk, with an uncommon emphasis on the clever, heartfelt lyrics. They never sought worldwide notoriety, but managed the best they could when it was thrust upon them. Simply put it was four kids, Aaron Huffman (bass), Jeff Lin (guitar), Evan Sult (drums) and Sean Nelson (vocals), who created a song and an album that made a mark on rock music and whose pleasures have only deepened with time.

Track Listing:Β 
01. Carlotta Valdez
02. Flagpole Sitta
03. Wooly Muffler
04. Private Helicopter
05. Problems and Bigger Ones
06. Jack The Lion
07. Old Hat
08. Terminal Annex
09. Wrecking Ball
10. Radio Silence