|#||Release title||Total tracks||Type of release is||Imprint date||Label|
|2||Ett Gammalt Bergstroll||4||Audio||1994||Not On Label (Restricted Area (2) Self-released)|
|3||Sex Dream Drive||8||Audio||1996||Stroke Records|
|4||Turn Like The Devil||4||Audio||2000||Life Is Painful Records|
|5||Realtime||11||Audio||2000||Life Is Painful Records|
|6||Elle Respire||4||Audio||1997||Stroke Records|
|8||Core Excess||23||Audio||2011-06-06||EK Product|
|9||Underdog E.P.||10||Audio||2011||EK Product|
|10||Wear & Tear EP||13||Audio||2012-05-04||EK Product|
|11||Wear & Tear EP||13||Audio||2012-05-04||EK Product|
Restricted Area, from Sweden, have been around since before the growth of today’s electro and EBM scenes. The band released the first single entitled “Ett Gammalt Bergstroll” in 1994 which quickly became somewhat of an underground classic.
The band has had numerous incarnations throughout the years with songwriter and vocalist Peter Elm being the constant driving force behind the project. Featuring on a number of albums is the charismatic Emma Johansson, adding a new dimension to the songs.
Although not easily labelled, RA’s music can best be described as ranging from melancholic electro to relentless, uncompromising EBM in its purest definition. Lyrics deal with life, love and loss, as well as aggression and integrity.