Baal (band)

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Baal
Origin Copenhagen, Denmark
Genres rock
Years active 1994-Present
Labels Universal, Virgin
Website Baals Facebook page
Members Bjørn Fjæsted
Troels Skjærbæk
Morten Lundsgaard
Henrik Sten Melander
Kenni Andy Jørgensen
Past members Jesper Grann
Jimmi Krogsgaard
David Kampmann
Bjørn Fjæsted, lead singer

Baal is a Danish rock band starting out in 1994 in Copenhagen. Besides their studio records, Baal has also created music for three musicals. Baal started out as a David Bowie cover band under a different name, and later changed name to Baal and started writing their own music.[1]

Discography[edit]

Studio albums[edit]

Date of release Title Label
1996 Sensorama Virgin Records
1998 Karaoke Virgin Records
1999 Funtex Virgin Records
2002 The Supreme Machine Virgin Records
2005 Do You Come With Special Features? Universal Records
2008 Behind Your Echoes Universal Records

Musical albums[edit]

Date of release Title Label
2001 Englesyn
2002 Antigone
2003 The Last Show

Live records[edit]

Date of Release Title Label
1996 Live (Official bootleg) Eurodope

Other appearances[edit]

In 1995, Baal appeared on a record from the Danish National Television, called Coming Up, with a set of new Danish artists. Baal appeared as track number one with "Chronical Love Song", later to be found on the Sensorama album.[1]

In 1997, Baal created the title song for the Danish movie Eye of the Eagle, with the name "Silent Eye. This song was released as a single containing three different versions of the song along with a film music suite.[1]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c "Fokus: Baal – 20 år i og udenfor spotlyset". GF Rock. Retrieved 2016-08-29.  (In Danish)

English translation of references[edit]

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