Articles tagged sean nelson

“A Song Isn’t Finished Until People Hear It”: An Interview with Sean Nelson

He was the frontman for Harvey Danger, and had his band's whole career be defined by their first hit. With an undiscovered masterpiece in tow, a surprising film career, and his first-ever solo album out now, Sean Nelson speaks to PopMatters in a manner that is unflinching, honest, and profoundly compelling.

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A Tragedy Requires a Little Greatness to Begin With: Harvey Danger’s Unsung Masterpiece

In 1998, Seattle rock group Harvey Danger had a hit song with "Flagpole Sitta", a hyper-literate alt-rock dissection of the stupidity of the modern age. They were written off as one-hit-wonders. Two years later, they released one of the best albums of the decade. No, really.

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Sean Nelson: Make Good Choices

Harvey Danger's Sean Nelson always had a rather acidic wit (evidenced by their brilliant but ignored second album), but on Make Good Choices, he crafts a surprisingly satisfying record that's heavy on the poison but entertaining nonetheless.

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The Wood (1999)

During opening week for The Wood, MTV ran a game show based on the movie — or more precisely, based on promoting the movie, as it

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'Sugar Hill' Breaks Out the Old-School Zombies

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"Sugar Hill was made in a world before ordinary shuffling, Romero-type zombies took over the cinema world.

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