D.A.D. to release deluxe edition of their recent album, Dic.Nii.Lan.Daft.Erd.Ark, on Apr. 23.

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Danish rock act D.A.D. plan to release a deluxe edition of their latest album, Dic.Nii.Lan.Daft.Erd.Ark, on Apr. 23.  The album, which scored a #36 hit in 2011 in Denmark with the single “I Want What She’s Got,” will be the first by the group to be released in the U.S. in years.  The double-disc Digipak is explained further:

  • The eleventh album of the Danes now available as Digipak Deluxe Edition with a bonus CD
  • CD 1 includes the regular album & CD 2 starts with acoustic versions of recent hits (The Campfire Favorites) chosen by the band  and is followed by a selection of live tracks – classics as well as new hits (Home Alive)
  • produced by Nick Foss, who has been responsible for some of the all-time classics of the band
  • the regular version has entered the German and Danish charts: DE #97, DK #2

Previously known as Disneyland After Dark, the group have won several Danish music awards (including a Grammy in 1998) and are best known in the U.S. for their 1989 hit single, “Sleeping My Day Away.”  According to LoudMag, “D-A-D are only underrated by those who haven’t heard them.”