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Harvey Danger  - Where Have All The Merrymakers Gone? FLAC album

Tracklist Hide Credits

1 Carlotta Valdez 2:45
2 Flagpole Sitta 3:38
3 Woolly Muffler 4:32
4 Private Helicopter 3:32
5 Problems And Bigger Ones 5:43
6 Jack The Lion
Vocals – Abby Grush*
5:33
7 Old Hat
Vocals – Abby Grush*
3:50
8 Terminal Annex 3:47
9 Wrecking Ball 4:42
10 Radio Silence
Vocals – Abby Grush*
8:26

Companies, etc.

  • Recorded At – John & Stu's
  • Mastered At – Frankford/Wayne Mastering Labs
  • Engineered At – John & Stu's
  • Produced At – John & Stu's
  • Mixed At – John & Stu's
  • Published By – But Mom I Love Music
  • Printed By – Brian Ralph

Credits

  • 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
  • Written By, Arranged By – Harvey Danger

Notes

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 (ASCAP)

This first pressing: Hand-screened (orange) cardboard gatefold covers, CD sleeve on left. 1200 copies.
Second pressing: hand-screened (multiple colors) cardboard gatefold covers, CD sleeve on right. Likely 500 copies.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout: 154976-W1-7154-A CRYSTAL CLEAR *HD001JE*
  • Mastering SID Code: IFPI L792

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
314-556-000-2 Harvey Danger Where Have All The Merrymakers Gone? ‎(CD, Album) Slash 314-556-000-2 Canada 1998
none Harvey Danger Where Have All The Merrymakers Gone? ‎(LP, Num, TP) No Sleep Records none US 2014
556 000-2 Harvey Danger Where Have All The Merrymakers Gone? ‎(CD, Album) Slash 556 000-2 Europe 1998
556-000-2 Harvey Danger Where Have All The Merrymakers Gone? ‎(CD, Album) Slash, London Records 556-000-2 Australia 1998
NSR112, B0019697-01 Harvey Danger Where Have All The Merrymakers Gone? ‎(LP, Album, RE, Whi) No Sleep Records, Universal Music Special Markets, No Sleep Records, Universal Music Special Markets NSR112, B0019697-01 US 2014


Harvey Danger  - Where Have All The Merrymakers Gone? FLAC album

Musician performer: Harvey Danger

Title: Where Have All The Merrymakers Gone?

Country: Canada

Date of release: 1997

Style: Alternative Rock, Indie Rock, Power Pop

Genre: Rock

Size FLAC: 1968 mb

Rating: 4.8 / 5

Votes: 851

Other Formats: WMA VOX MIDI ASF VQF APE WAV

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Rayli
They used to play "Flagpole Sitta" ALL THE FUCKING TIME on 94.7 KNRK FM radio In Portland Oregon. "The alternative station" or whateverthefuck. Annoying goddamn song! We were always too broke to get a car with a CD player and we had a car with a tape player but it didn't work so we were stuck listening to the radio. Tapes were not cool back then like they are today. If you wanted any recent release it would be on CD and CD's were too fucking expensive + you can't play them. Ugh. The Discman (portable CD player) was a good invention for this reason. Early 2000's = Discman + punk rock. Radio = FUCK OFF. You go to a record store and there's 3 criteria for buying good CD's back then:1. Must have a cool cover2. Must be older (older punk is better). *Unless it's a new punk band, then a recent release is OK.3. Try before buying! Make sure the music is good and not crap!
Rayli
They used to play "Flagpole Sitta" ALL THE FUCKING TIME on 94.7 KNRK FM radio In Portland Oregon. "The alternative station" or whateverthefuck. Annoying goddamn song! We were always too broke to get a car with a CD player and we had a car with a tape player but it didn't work so we were stuck listening to the radio. Tapes were not cool back then like they are today. If you wanted any recent release it would be on CD and CD's were too fucking expensive + you can't play them. Ugh. The Discman (portable CD player) was a good invention for this reason. Early 2000's = Discman + punk rock. Radio = FUCK OFF. You go to a record store and there's 3 criteria for buying good CD's back then:1. Must have a cool cover2. Must be older (older punk is better). *Unless it's a new punk band, then a recent release is OK.3. Try before buying! Make sure the music is good and not crap!
Micelhorav
can this please come out on vinyl?
Micelhorav
can this please come out on vinyl?
Gogal
Good news! It is! Via no sleep records. This month too!
Gogal
Good news! It is! Via no sleep records. This month too!