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Woe is the pop fan who thinks Harvey Danger's music peaked with 1998's "Flagpole Sitta." The group has been hard at work since the release of that infectious first single, and they've steadily amassed an arsenal of punchy power-pop tunes over the years.
3/4ths of Harvey Danger's founding lineup is intact. Original producer John Goodmanson is back on board. Frontman Sean Nelson still looks, sounds, and acts like a musically-gifted college professor. All that's really changed, then, is Harvey Danger's maturation. Once a group of wide-eyed, quirky musicians looking to fill the post-grunge hole in Seattle's music scene, they've turned into a veteran pop group who's seen it all: the initial success, the sophomore slump, the quiet breakup, and the heralded reunion. And along the way, they've learned how to put on a killer live show.
- Andrew Leahey