|#||Release title||Total tracks||Type of release is||Imprint date||Label|
|1||Welcome To Zididada||13||Audio||1999||Medley Records|
|2||Welcome To Zididada||14||Audio||1999||Medley Records|
|3||Have A Zididada Day||11||Audio||2000||EMI-Medley (Denmark)|
|4||Happy Fool||13||Audio||2002||Medley Records|
|7||Please Ya, Lisa||2||Audio||1998||EMI-Medley (Denmark)|
|8||Happy Fool||3||Audio||2002||EMI-Medley (Denmark)|
|9||You & I - Remix||2||Audio||Not On Label|
|10||Don't Believe||3||Audio||2003||EMI-Medley (Denmark)|
|12||Please Ya, Lisa - ETA Remix Version||3||Audio||1998||EMI|
|13||Please Ya, Lisa||3||Audio||1998||WEA|
|14||Fix Your Heart||15||Audio||2013-05-13||Target Records|
Danish band Zididada was formed by singer Jimmy Colding and blues guitarist Danny Linde. In 1998 the band released their debut album "Welcome to Zididada" and the single "Please Ya, Lisa" stayed, on top 100 airplay-chart for over 9 months.
In 2000 came the follow up album "Have A Zididada Day" including the song "Zididada Day" that was awarded "radio hit of the year" at the Danish Music Awards 2001, nonetheless neither "Have A Zididada Day" nor "Happy Fool" could reach the status of "Welcome to Zididada".
In 2004 came a best of album and in 2005 the follow-up "Music Makers".
Besides Jimmy Colding and Danny Linde the (live) band is: Hans Jacob Krausmann (Keyboards, Harp, Guitar, Vocal), Björn Jönsson (Drums), Lars Storck (Percussion, Vocal, Guitar), Lars Maasbøl (Guitar), Anders Heidelbach Cornelins (Bass)