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Sometimes You Have To Work On Christmas (Sometimes)
EP by Harvey Danger
Released December 2004
Recorded 1998, 1999, 2000
Genre Indie rock, Pop-punk
Label Phonographic
Producer John Goodsmanson
Harvey Danger chronology
King James Version
(2000)
Sometimes You Have To Work On Christmas (Sometimes)
(2004)
Little By Little...
(2005)
Sometimes You Have To Work On Christmas is an Extended play by the rock band Harvey Danger. The EP was released on the bands website, being sent to fans who ordered it. It was released on the bands own independent record label Phonographic Records. The title track was originally made for a Christmas-themed radio compilation. When the EP first came out, it came with a christmas card signed by the band, it was also out-of-print by early 2005, but was rereleased by December 2005. This is the last Harvey Danger release that would feature Evan Sult on drums.

Track listingEdit

  1. Sometimes You Have To Work On Christmas (Sometimes)
  2. Plague Of Locusts
  3. Wine, Women, And Song (Demo)
  4. Pike St./Slope Park (Demo)
  5. Jack The Lion (Live 21/4/04)

Later AppearancesEdit

"Plague Of Locusts" would later appear on the bands 2009 rarity album Dead Sea Scrolls. The finished version of "Pike St./Slope Park" would be on the bands 2000 album King James Version. "Wine, Women, And Song" would appear on the bands 2005 effort Little By Little....

PersonalEdit

Harvey Danger-

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

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