How many so called one hit wonders have an entire catalog of brilliance? Seattle’s Harvey Danger were simply unlucky. Their ’97 debut, Where Have All the Merrymakers Gone?, had yes, “Flagpole Sitta”, an undeniably catchy slice of chaotic power pop; but the album from start to finish was just as strong as the song that was hard to avoid in the late 90s.
Sean Nelson, the lead singer/song-writer, of Harvey Danger provides some introspection on their ill-fated one hit wonder label and what it’s like to see their debut record re-issued on wax.
A look at 9 bands of the 90s who were capable of being one of your favorite bands – and definitely still could be due to their brilliant output. Care of Brooklyn Vegan, 9 of the best ’90s bands you didn’t think were the best ’90s bands and the awesome stuff they’re doing now. Note: I’d slightly revise this list. But numerous bands have had more than a nod or two on this site.