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Harvey Danger – Where Have All The Merrymakers Gone?

Harvey Danger – Where Have All The Merrymakers Gone?

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    Where Have All the Merrymakers Gone? marks the debut studio album by the American rock band Harvey Danger. Initially released on July 29, 1997, by the independent record label the Arena Rock Recording Company, the album gained significant attention for its standout second track, "Flagpole Sitta," which received extensive airplay in the United States and propelled the band to fame.

    The heightened success of "Flagpole Sitta" led to the album being picked up and reissued by Slash Records, a label associated with London Records. Described by Fuse as "a definitive indie power pop punk record at a time and place where grunge reigned supreme," the album became a notable entry in the alternative rock scene.

    On July 29, 2014, exactly 17 years after its initial release, "Where Have All the Merrymakers Gone?" experienced a re-release, this time as a vinyl LP, courtesy of No Sleep Records. 

    The album's title, derived from a line in the song "Radio Silence," potentially inspired by a line from the Paul Newman film Harper, adds a layer of curiosity and connection to its content. Additionally, "Private Helicopter," released to radio on October 13, 1998, further showcased the band's musical diversity and continued engagement with audiences.


    1 Carlotta Valdez 2:44
    2 Flagpole Sitta 3:35
    3 Woolly Muffler 4:30
    4 Private Helicopter 3:31
    5 Problems And Bigger Ones 5:41
    6 Jack The Lion
    7 Old Hat
    8 Terminal Annex 3:43
    9 Wrecking Ball 4:39
    10.1 Radio Silence
    10.2 (silence) 0:59
    10.3 Untitled 2:12