D:A:D (brief for Disneyland AT NIGHT) was formed in Copenhagen, Denmark, within the mid-’80s by Jesper Binzer (vocals/acoustic guitar), Jacob Binzer (business lead acoustic guitar), Stig Pederson (bass), and Peter Jensen (drums). The music group built a significant following within their homeland with several independent produces before putting your signature on with Warner Brothers for any reputedly huge amount in 1988. After shortening their name in order to avoid legal repercussions, the music group released their worldwide debut, No Energy Still left for the Pilgrims, the next season. But despite their electrifying AC/DC-inspired hard rock and roll, a great picture, and a solid showing in European countries, the album do nothing in the us. Internal upheaval at their record business didn’t help, and carrying out a couple of years in limbo the music group finally released their second record, Riskin’ everything, in 1992. Sadly, it fulfilled with equivalent indifference, and after touring behind the record (using a now-legendary stage established featuring a large couch being a drum riser, which the music group members would continuously jump along while playing) the music group was slipped. By 1995, D:A:D had been agreed upon to EMI-Medley, which released their third record, Helpyourselfish. It had been accompanied by Simpatico in 1997 and Psychopatico in 1998. Early in 1999, drummer Peter Jensen still left the music group, and was changed by Laust Sonne before the discharge of Everything Glows in 2000.