Michael Crétu's attempt at fusing everything from easy listening sex music and hip-hop rhythms to centuries-old Gregorian chants couldn't have been more designed to tweak the nose of high art, a joyously crass stab straight at a mainstream, do not pass go, do not collect 200 dollars. The result is something that shouldn't exist, but in its own way results in as much of a cultural scramble and explosion as anything Public Enemy were doing around the same time, crossing over the Euro-disco and new age spheres with style…
The Early Years is the third compilation album by the Danish rock group D-A-D. The compilation was released on November 13, 2000. It contains every track form the groups two first albums Call of the Wild and D.A.D. Draws a Circle, their first EP Standin' On the Never Never plus extra material consisting of remixes and radio edits among other things.
DIC·NII·LAN·DAFT·ERD·ARK is the eleventh studio album by Danish rock band D-A-D. … It’s loud, heavy and primitive – and with their 11th album, D-A-D have produced what is probably their purest, tightest rock and roll record ever. The album is fuelled by pared-down live shows, wonderfully uncomplicated riffs, and a reunion with one of their favourite producers. The album was nominated for the Danish Rock release of the Year at the Danish Music Awards in 2012.
Ancient Gandhara, located in the rugged foothills of the Himalayas in what is today northwest Pakistan and eastern Afghanistan, was for centuries a thriving center of trade along the Silk Road linking China, South Asia, and the Mediterranean. …
Scare Yourself Alive is the third live album by the Danish rock group D-A-D. The album was released on May 1, 2006. The album also contains a DVD with recordings of a concert at Roskilde Festival 2005 and a concert from KB Hallen in Copenhagen in 2005.
Soft Dogs is an album by Danish rock group D-A-D. The album was released on February 20, 2002. The album gained many favorable reviews, including six out of six stars by Danish music magazine Gaffa.
Everything Glows was the seventh album released by Danish rock band D-A-D. The album was released on April 13, 2000, and was the first album with new drummer Laust Sonne. With the release of this album the band also changed the spelling of the band from D:A:D to the current D-A-D.