Beloved Seattle indie-rock band Harvey Danger has partnered up with Huntington Beach indie label No Sleep Records to release their classic album Where have all the merrymakers gone? today on vinyl LP for the first time ever. The new vinyl release is currently available at local/national retailers as well as from No Sleep at http://bit.ly/1o9fTwq.
Harvey Danger's album Where have all the merrymakers gone? was originally released on July 29th, 1997 and catapulted the band to stardom in the late 90’s with the massive radio and video success of the band’s anthemic power-pop hit “Flagpole Sitta,” which helped sell over half a million copies of the album. Today, exactly 17 years later, the album is finally available on vinyl for the first time ever.
The vinyl version of Where have all the merrymakers gone? comes packaged in a gatefold jacket with a new take on the classic artwork, designed by band members Aaron Huffman, Evan Suit and Sean Nelson. Also included is a beautiful 11x11 insert with old photos and a 2,000+ word liner note written by Nelson, the band’s inimitable singer. The record is available on three colorways, including Orange, White and Clear (Retail Exclusive).
Pick up a copy now while supplies last at from No Sleep at http://bit.ly/1o9fTwq.