Dicte

Benedicte Westergaard Madsen

This performer (group) in the Internet: http://www.dicte.dk/

Discography of Dicte:

# Release title Total tracks Type of release is Imprint date Label
1 Don't Tell 6 Audio 2000 Sony Music Entertainment (Denmark)
2 Don't Tell 3 Audio 2000 Sony Music Entertainment (Denmark)
3 Gone To Texas 10 Audio 2003-10-20
4 Voodoo Vibe 10 Audio 1996 Sony Music Entertainment (Denmark)
5 This Is Cool 12 Audio 2000-02-01
6 F16 3 Audio 1997 Start
7 Dicte & The Sugarbones 10 Audio 2006-02-06 Bonnier Music
8 You're The Boss 4 Audio 1997 Mega Records
9 Tick Tock 10 Audio 2010-02-15 Playground Music Scandinavia
10 Taxi 2 Audio 1996 Start
11 Queen It 3 Audio 1996 Start (6)
12 Toppen Af Poppen 3 - Synger Sanne Salomonsen 6 Audio 2012-08-14 Sony Music
13 Toppen Af Poppen 3 - Synger Johnson 6 Audio 2012-08-21 Sony Music
14 Dicte & The Sugarbones 2 Audio 2006 Bonnier Amigo Music Denmark
15 Tick Tock 10 Audio 2010 Playground Music Scandinavia


Born September 9th 1966 in Glostrup (Denmark).

In 1989 Dicte was one of the founders of the quartet Her Personal Pain. They released the album "Songs From Cinama Café" in 1992 before the band in 1993/1994 splits up.

The year after, she released her first solo-album "Between Any Four Walls".

She has since released under her stagename Dicte, under the name Dicte & Dub Tractor and the name Dicte & The Sugarbones.

She also in 1998 made the soundtrack to the play "House Of The Double Axe" with all Latin lyrics.


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