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Where Have All The Merrymakers Gone?

Where Have All The Merrymakers Gone?
Studio album by Harvey Danger
Released July 29, 1997
March 31, 1998 (rerelease)
Recorded John and Stu's place, 1996
Genre Indie rock, Pop-punk
Length 42:56
Label Arena Rock Recording Company (1997)
London/Slash (1998)
Producer John Goodmanson, Harvey Danger
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Harvey Danger chronology
Where Have All The Merrymakers Gone?
King James Version
Where Have All The Merrymakers Gone? (sometimes shorten to Merrymakers...) is the 1997 debut album by rock band Harvey Danger. It was originally released in 1997 on the New-York based indie label Arena Rock Recording Company and was the sixth album the label released. The first single from the album, "Flagpole Sitta", was released on spring of 1998 and was a worldwide success, which gathered attention from Slash, eventually having the album reissued on March 31, 1998. The second single, "Private Helicopter", was not as successful.

Cover ArtEdit

The cover art was designed by the bands bass player Aaron Huffman, the cover is a picture of a house that was in there neighborhood, photographed by Chuck Robertson. It was released on many different colors.

Track ListingEdit

  1. Carlotta Valdez
  2. Flagpole Sitta
  3. Woolly Muffler
  4. Private Helicopter
  5. Problems And Bigger Ones
  6. Jack The Loin
  7. Old Hat
  8. Terminal Annex
  9. Wrecking Ball
  10. Radio Silence (Includes hidden track, a short recording of "Carjack Fever" played backwards)


Harvey Danger is -

  • Aaron Huffman - Bass, Cover Design
  • Jeff J. Lin - Guitar, Organ, Viola, Backing Vocals
  • Sean Nelson - Vocals
  • Evan Sult - Drums

Others -

  • Abby Grush - Backing Vocals
  • John Goodmanson - Production, Engineering, Mixing
  • Harvey Danger - Production
  • Chuck Robertson - Photography

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