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Harvey Danger - Little by little

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Reviewer :
Kaj Roth Format: Album
Year: 2005
Label: Phonographic
Genre: Modern Rock
Artist discography



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Location:Seattle,USA
Discography:Where have all the merrymakers gone? (1997),King James Version (2000),Little by little (2005)
Bandmembers:Sean Nelson - Vocals,Jeff J.Lin - Guitar,Rob Knop - Keyboards,Aaron Huffman - Bass,Michael Welke - Drums
Influences:Blur,The Beatles,R.E.M,XTC,Elvis Costello
Will appeal to fans of:Weezer,Everclear,Matthew Sweet,Marcy Playground
Album tracks Total length:38,09
1.Wine,women and song (3,17)
2.Cream and bastards rise (3,19)
3.Moral centralia (4,29)
4.Little round mirrors (5,17)
5.Happiness writes white (3,11)
6.Incommunicado (2,18)
7.Cool James (3,28)
8.What you live by (3,06)
9.War buddies (4,27)
10.Diminishing returns (5,13)
Comments:Harvey Danger have been around for 12 years now but they have only made 3 albums,"Little by little" is their first album in 5 years and the physical version is a double cd set with a second bonus disc containing outtakes and alternate versions.
They stand somewhere between piano driven powerpop and sunny alternative rock with a 60?s feel,the new full length (just cd 1) is available as a free download now at their website.
HD plays the kinda music that will make you sing "Always look at the bright side of life"...and then whistle away,real nice album!

Tracklisting 1. Wine, Women and Song
2. Cream and Bastards Rise
3. Moral Centralia
4. Little Round Mirrors
5. Happiness Writes White
6. War Buddies
7. Picture, Picture
8. Cool James
9. What You Live By
10. Diminishing Returns


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