|#||Release title||Total tracks||Type of release is||Imprint date||Label|
|1||When The Time Comes||2||Audio||1986||Redhouse Records|
|3||» New Time »||2||Audio||1987||Redhouse Records|
[b]Calle (Charlie) Häggqvist[/b] on vocal and bass. His father was a manager at Sonet Records. Has been working as a sound engineer at a studio in Älvsjö.
[b]Roland Ebert[/b] on vocal and guitar. His grandad Harry was Jussi Björlings pianist. Has been working at the postoffice.
Calle met [b]Leif "Pålle" Paulsén[/b] (the bassplayer in Secret Service) many times, and all Calle talked about was Moby Dick. Eventually Calle convinced Pålle to visit a livegig at a youth center in Lidingö. It sounded bloody awful! But Pålle is a nice man and helped Calle and Roland, the result was [i]"My dreams are clear"[/i].
[b]Moby Dick[/b] have their own label, [b]Red House Records[/b]. The first release on this label was a band from Lidingö called [b]Ratfab[/b]. They got the sleeve designed by [b]Andy Warhol[/b]. Calle met Andy in New-York, and it took Andy 30 seconds to draw the artwork.