Monster Philosophy is the tenth album by Danish rock band D-A-D. It was released on the November 10, 2008. The album was produced by Danish producer Jon "Joshua" Schumann, who has previously produced records for bands as Kashmir, Mew and Kent. The basic tracks for the album were recorded over a two-week period in at Shorefire Recording Studios in New Jersey. Overdubs and further post-production took place in Mannsion Studios and Sun Studios in Copenhagen.
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.
"Scare Yourself" has gained a little more rocking feel and some more guitar than previous albums, but it's not much. Sonne is a good drummer, but the drums were never really an important part of D-A-D's music. It's still good to hear something besides slave rhythms. The group's ninth studio album, "Scare Yourself" topped the album chart in Denmark upon its release in May 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.
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.
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.
Psychopatico is the second live album by the Danish rock group D-A-D, and the first to be published outside of Japan. The album was released on November 20, 1998. The recordings on the double album was made during the Mad Days Tour in the same year. At the Danish Grammy Awards 1999 the album was elected Danish Rock Album of the Year. Psychopatico contains a studio recording of the new track, "Jacketless in December" which was released as the first single of the album.
Danish rockers D:A:D decided to tone things down a bit for 1997's Simpatico, doing away with the overtly metallic riffing of predecessor Helpyourselfish to strike a surprisingly jangly alterna-rock chord instead. Jacob Binzer's dreamy, '50s-styled guitar is back to the forefront, providing new textures and nuances to the group's sound, which had grown quite predictable of late, even as it retained its overall high standards.
Less than underscoring D:A:D's admirable songwriting chops during this, the first decade of their career, the cheekily titled Good Clean Family Entertainment You Can Trust – Milestone Material 85-95 winds up revealing their stylistic inconsistency from record to record. While this certainly speaks volumes about the Danish cowpunkers' versatility, it's hardly the stuff that long-lasting careers – much less loyal fan bases – are made of.
"Helpyourselfish" is the 5th studio album from Danish rock band D-A-D. It was released on March 1, 1995 and is the follow-up album to the highly successful album Riskin' It All. It features a break from most D-A-D-albums, with a heavier sound. Having released a post-punk/cowpunk album, a punk rock album, a heavy metal albums, and a hard rock album, D-A-D turn to alternative metal on this album, obviously inspired by the grunge and alternative rock and metal waves of the time. "Helpyourselfish" is probably D-A-D's heaviest album and contains some of the bands, for my money, best works of their entire career.