Harvey Danger - Where Have All The Merrymakers Gone? Scaricare
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Vocals – Abby Grush
Vocals – Abby Grush
- Bass – Aaron Huffman
- Drums – Evan Sult
- Engineer, Mixed By – John Goodmanson
- Guitar, Organ, Violin, Backing Vocals – Jeff J. Lin
- Mastered By – Rick Essig
- Producer – Harvey Danger , John Goodmanson
- Vocals – Sean Nelson
Recorded at John & Stu's Place in Seattle, WA.
Mastered at Frankford Wayne Mastering Labs, Inc. in New York, NY.
(c) 1997 But Mom I Love Music
First time release on vinyl LP by No Sleep Records. Available in first pressing in White (this edition) or Orange (NSR112-O).
New revised cover art by Aaron Huffman, Evan Sult and Sean Nelson. Expanded liner notes written by Sean Nelson.
Codici a barre
- Label Code: NSR112-W
Where Have All the Merrymakers Gone is the debut studio album by American rock band Harvey Danger. It was initially released by the independent record label the Arena Rock Recording Company on July 29, 1997. The second song on the album, Flagpole Sitta, received extensive airplay in the United States and resulted in the band's initial fame. As the song gained national attention, the album was picked up and reissued by Slash Records, a label associated with London Records. On July 29, 2014, 17 years. Harvey Danger. Private Helicopter. UMG от лица компании Island Mercury Sony ATV Publishing, SOLAR Music Rights Management и другие авторские общества 2. Rather than pigeonholing themselves into a sub-genre, Harvey Danger seem to have incorporated a variety of alternative influences - notably the Pixies, the Wedding Present, and Joy Division - plus bits of Gang of Four, Sonic Youth, the Smiths, Hole, Green Day, Buzzcocks, Ride, and Iggy Pop. The band's use of dynamics on this album is subtle and skillful, gliding within one song from a whisper to a Wall of Noise and back again seamlessly. Songs in album Harvey Danger - Where Have All The Merrymakers Gone 1997. Harvey Danger - Carlotta Valdez. Harvey Danger - Flagpole Sitta. Harvey Danger - Woolly Muffler. Harvey Danger - Private Helicopter. Update Required To play the media you will need to either update your browser to a recent version or update your Flash plugin. Listen free to Harvey Danger Where Have All the Merrymakers Gone Carlotta Valdez, Flagpole Sitta and more. 10 tracks 46:28. Harvey Danger was an alternative rock band that formed in Seattle, Washington in 1992 and rose to prominence in 1998 with the iconic single Flagpole Sitta. Released from their debut album, 'Where Have All The Merrymake read more. Similar Artists. Play all. 286,829 listeners. The albums artwork features the Seattle house where band members lived during the bands early years. Where Have All the Merrymakers Gone Q&A. Producers Harvey Danger & John Goodmanson. They used to play Flagpole Sitta ALL THE FUCKING TIME on 94. 7 KNRK FM radio In Portland Oregon. The alternative station or whateverthefuck. Rock 1997. Dangers debut full length album Where Have The Merrymakers Gone was a well-kept secret hidden away from the majority of the public. It was a secret very few cared about, which is a damn shame, for it contains more than enough substance to deserve repeated listens by pretty much everyone. And while Harvey Dangers fame didnt last for more than 15 minutes, their catalog contained a beautiful amount of passion and inspiration that warrants enough respect by fans of rock music. Where Have The Merrymakers Gone is the most youthful recording of the band, thus making it perhaps the best starting point for those interested in the band. Harvey Danger have drawn all the worthwhile elements from '90s indie rock and created a sound that is at once their own, yet completely familiar. Lin's guitar is full and confident, ranging from full-on power chords to buzzing melodies, while Huffman frequently takes the leads with his fat, distorted bass humming away. 0 out of 5 stars Where Have All The Merrymakers Gone Reviewed in the United Kingdom on August 25, 2003. Look past the odd album name, and start getting your head around Harvey Danger, because this album is terrific. Rock doesn't have to be about screaming the lyrics down the microphone or 5 minutes of head banging drumming