King James Version
Studio album by Harvey Danger
Released September 12, 2000
Recorded 1999
Genre Indie rock, Pop-punk
Length 42:56
Language English
Label London/Sire Records
Producer John Goodmanson, Harvey Danger, Dainel Cannistra
Harvey Danger chronology
Where Have All The Merrymakers Gone?
King James Version
Sometimes You Have To Work On Christmas (Sometimes)
King James Version is the second album by Rock band Harvey Danger the album had two singles, "Sad Sweetheart of the Rodeo" and "Authenticity".

Track listingEdit

  1. Meetings With Remarkible Men (Show Me the Hero)
  2. Humility at the Parade
  3. Why I'm So Lonely
  4. Sad Sweetheart of the Rodeo
  5. You Miss The Point Completely and I Got The Point Exactly
  6. Authenticity
  7. (Theme From) Carjack Fever
  8. Pike St./Park Slope
  9. This is the Thrilling Conversation You've Been Waiting For
  10. Loyalty Bldg.
  11. Underground
  12. The Same As Being In Love

Harvey Danger EPEdit

Harvey Danger EP
EP by Harvey Danger
Released 2000
Genre Indie rock
Label London/Sire Records
Harvey Danger EP was an extended play that was givin free to people who bought King James Version at Circut city. Only 5,000 were made. The tracks from the EP would later appear on the bands Rarity Compliation "Dead Sea Scrolls"

Harvey Danger EP Track ListingEdit

  1. My Human Interactions
  2. Plague of Locusts
  3. Defrocked


Harvey Danger is -

  • Sean Nelson - Vocals
  • Jeff J. Lin - Guitar
  • Aaron Huffman - Bass
  • Evan Sult - Drums

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