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Harvey Danger








Hometown: Seattle, WA (USA)

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We played our first show in April 1994 and put out our first album, Where Have All the Merrymakers Gone–, in July '98. It was later picked up by a major label and met with some success, etc. Our second album, King James Version, was released in Sept. 2000 to little fanfare, but some critical acclaim. A three–year hiatus soon followed, during which we went our separate ways, but stayed active musically. We got back together in early–2004, just in time for our 10th anniversary, and released our third album, Little By Little..., in Sept. '05. And we all lived happily ever after.


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