Subject: I have found a CD that I think you would enjoy
Genres: Dance & Electronic, Alternative Rock, Pop
The perfect soundtrack for re-living those magic nights dancing under the stars in a tropical paradise or maybe just lying face down in the sand...an empty bottle in your hand. Anyway it's an awesome compilation and the tr... more »
The perfect soundtrack for re-living those magic nights dancing under the stars in a tropical paradise or maybe just lying face down in the sand...an empty bottle in your hand. Anyway it's an awesome compilation and the tracks include, 'Two Tribes'-Franki
Just an average single
wellwellwell | bog | 02/26/2003
(3 out of 5 stars)
"I do have to say that "Flagpole Sitta" is one of my favorite songs of all-time. But buying this single doesn't make too much sense. Only if you are a HUGE Harvey Danger fan do you need this CD. Along with the hit, you'll also find the song "Wrecking Ball". It's a good song and quite different from the style of "Flagpole Sitta". But it's also on their full-length CD Where Have All The Merrymakers Gone. The only reason you should consider buying this single is if you're looking for rare Harvey Danger songs; that being "The Ballad Of The Tragic Hero (Pity And Fear)". This song you can't find anywhere else and it's hard to find a download of it. Believe me, I've tried. I gave this CD-single 3 stars because all three songs are good. Yet you should just buy their full-length CD instead. You'll get more for your money and 10 great songs rather than just three."
One of the greatest songs ever!
Lynn Yarnes | San Antonio, TX United States | 07/20/2001
(5 out of 5 stars)
"Flagpole Sitta is a definite hit. I mean I dont know how you can't like it. It has catchy lyrics (example: paranoia paranoia everybody's comin to get me) and a great sound to it. The guitar on it goes excellent with the lyrics and Seans voice singing them makes all the better. Wrecking Ball (also on the cd) is a softer ballad of the destruction that we all face. Show me the hero (a b-side on the cd) is a great song. It seems oddly appropiate for this cd. To bad this the only cd it's on. If you like Flagpole Sitta then you should also look into getting these cds. Where Have All The Merrymakers Gone? (Harvey Danger) King James Version (Harvey Danger) Saint Joe On The Schoolbus (Marcy Playground) Febuary Son (Oleander) Unwind (Oleander) Feeling Strangely Fine (Semisonic) Fortress (Sister Hazel) Sugar (Tonic) Live and Enhanced (Tonic) Lemon Parade (Tonic) and Out of Time (R.E.M.)"