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Two years later, the follow-up album, King James Version, arrived. Like the band's debut, it was filled with melodic, sardonic, tightly wound alt rock. King James Version received very little support from the label, however, and Harvey Danger ultimately disappeared from the national radar. The bandmates retreated to Seattle, played in various projects around town, and enjoyed their status as cult stars. As 2004 rolled around, Harvey Danger chose to celebrate the band's tenth anniversary by returning to the drawing board and composing new material. Kill Rock Stars climbed on board by issuing the Cream & Bastards Rise EP, and Little by Little... -- Harvey Danger's third full-length album -- appeared on the band's own Phonographic imprint in 2005. The album was also made available as a free download from Harvey Danger's website. Four years later, the band decided to throw in the towel, with a series of shows (including three in Seattle) serving as their last hurrah. ~ Jason Ankeny