|#||Release title||Total tracks||Type of release is||Imprint date||Label|
|6||Smash Hit In Aberdeen||19||Audio||1998||BMG Denmark|
|8||Smash Hit In Aberdeen||19||Audio||2010-02-22||RCA|
|9||Å ÅÅ Mæio / Jim Daggerthuggert||6||Audio||1998|
|10||Ørkenstorm I Aberdeen||7||Audio||1998||BMG|
|11||Toback To The Fromtime||4||Audio||2011-08-01||Langestrand Fladhjul|
|12||Toback To The Fromtime||13||Audio||2011-09-19||Langestrand Fladhjul|
|13||Toback To The Fromtime||13||Audio||2011-09-19||Langestrand Fladhjul|
|14||Klap Din Hoddok (Hund Bider Mand)||4||Audio||2011-11-21||Langestrand Fladhjul|
|15||Weekend Kriger||3||Audio||2012-04-16||Langestrand Fladhjul|
|16||Kosmisk Kaos/P.I.G.E (Promo)||2||Audio||1996||BMG|
|18||Toback To The Fromtime Instrumental||13||Audio||2012-06-25||Langestrand Fladhjul|
|19||Pige, Girl||2||Audio||2012-12-00||Langestrand Fladhjul|
|20||Ørkenstorm I Aberdeen||7||Audio||1998||BMG|
Danish hip hop trio that ranks with the most praised and important rap-groups in Denmark though they have only released three albums in three decades. Formed 1994 by [a=Blæs Bukki] (Lasse Bavngaard), formerly in [a=Madness 4 Real], [a=Tue Track] (Anders Brixen Kristiansen) and [a=Geolo G.] (Janus Borup Staffe). They released their first album in 1998 and a second in 2002, both critically acclaimed and granting the band underground succes as the more artistic advanced among their contemporaries. As a gimmick a single drawn from their 2002 album was released as by the alias [a=La Orquesta Ritmica Freida En Grasa De Pablo]. The band didn't split up but ceased to perform and record from 2004.
The members all have had various side projects. Anders Brixen Kristiansen was in [a=Nobody Beats The Beats] and released a solo album as [a=Track 72] in 2005. In 2007 he was in the band [a=Booty Cologne]. Bukki Blæs was in [a=Bikstok Røgsystem] and in 2007 he formed the band [a=Balstyrko]. After their 2004 pause the three members of Malk De Koijn have performed in various theatrical productions in various combinations.
A longtime reunion rumour proved right when the band appeared at the 2009 [l=Roskilde Festival], playing several new songs and teasing for a new album that would eventually be released in 2011 going straight to #1 in the danish album chart. Bukki Blæs's Balstyrko released their debut album in 2009 and also performed at the 2009 Roskilde Festival.