|#||Release title||Total tracks||Type of release is||Imprint date||Label|
|2||We Need New Animals||11||Audio||1998||Sony Classical|
|3||Ghost Tracks||13||Audio||2004||Radical Duke Entertainment|
|4||Gin & Tonic||3||Audio||1998||Sony Classical|
|5||Richard Of York Gave Battle In Vain||10||Audio||2002-04-22||Radical Duke Entertainment|
|6||Die Anarchistische Abendunterhaltung||6||Audio||1995||Jack & Johnny Recording|
|8||Tub Gurnard Goodness||12||Audio||2004||Radical Duke Entertainment|
|9||We Need New Animals||11||Audio||1998||Small|
|10||Mary Go Round||2||Audio||2001||Columbia|
|11||Die Anarchistische Abendunterhaltung||6||Audio||1997||Columbia|
|14||The Shepherd's Dream||5||Audio||2010-02-14||Radical Duke Entertainment|
|15||We Need New Animals||11||Audio||1998||Sony Classical|
|16||The Shepherd's Dream||5||Audio||2011||Le Son Du Maquis|
Belgian modern classical folk band formed in in 1992 in Antwerp. Started as a quartet of 4 classically trained musicians: Brothers [b]Buni Lenski[/b] (violin), [b]Simon Lenski[/b] (cello), [b]Han Stubbe[/b] (clarinet) and [b]Roel van Camp[/b] (accordion), later adding pianist and composer [b]Adrian Lenski[/b] (the eldest brother of the Lenski family) and drummer [b]Janek Kowalski[/b].
Renowned on the European festival and jazz circuits for their virtuoso live performances, their music fuses pop, eastern-european folk and classical music, with jazz and punk attitude.
Touring extensively, their first independent release enjoyed some success in the Benelux countries and lead to a record deal with Sony Classical in 1997. But the partnership enjoyed limited success and after two albums, they agreed to part ways.
In May 2002 DAAU returned to their independent roots and set up their own label [l=Radical Duke Entertainment], continuing to tour and release new material.