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Harvey Danger|Sometimes You Have to Work on Christmas (Sometimes) EP

Sometimes You Have to Work on Christmas (Sometimes) EP

Harvey Danger

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Sometimes You Have to Work on Christmas (Sometimes)
00:05:12

Harvey Danger, MainArtist - Aaron McKenna Huffman, Composer - Sean Christopher Nelson, Composer - Jeff J Lin, Composer - Evan Charles Sult, Composer

2004 Harvey Danger 2004 Harvey Danger

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Plague of Locusts
00:03:18

Harvey Danger, MainArtist - Aaron McKenna Huffman, Composer - Sean Christopher Nelson, Composer - Jeff J Lin, Composer - Evan Charles Sult, Composer

2004 Harvey Danger 2004 Harvey Danger

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Wine, Women & Song (Demo)
00:03:27

Harvey Danger, MainArtist - Aaron McKenna Huffman, Composer - Sean Christopher Nelson, Composer - Jeff J Lin, Composer

2004 Harvey Danger 2004 Harvey Danger

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Pike St./ Park Slope (Demo)
00:04:41

Harvey Danger, MainArtist - Aaron McKenna Huffman, Composer - Sean Christopher Nelson, Composer - Jeff J Lin, Composer - Evan Charles Sult, Composer

2004 Harvey Danger 2004 Harvey Danger

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Jack the Lion (Live)
00:05:50

Harvey Danger, MainArtist - Aaron McKenna Huffman, Composer - Sean Christopher Nelson, Composer - Jeff J Lin, Composer - Evan Charles Sult, Composer

2004 Harvey Danger 2004 Harvey Danger

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