|#||Release title||Total tracks||Type of release is||Imprint date||Label|
|1||Wind Me Up||10||Audio||1992-09-08||Kick Music|
|2||Songs||16||Audio||1996-10-30||CMC Records (7)|
|3||Downhill/You Don't Wanna Know||2||Audio||1994|
|4||Bitter Moon||2||Audio||1994||Kick Music|
|5||Kiss A Lot Of Frogs||3||Audio||Kick Music|
|6||Listen When My Body Talks||2||Audio||1994||Kick Music|
|7||Hey Good Lookin'||2||Audio||1992||Kick Music|
|8||Can't Help Yourself||3||Audio||CMC Records A/S|
|9||Piece Of My Heart||4||Audio||1998||CMC|
|10||Seasoned And Served||23||Audio||2013-01-14||Target Records (7)|
|11||Long Distance||13||Audio||1994||Kick Music|
Danish rock band formed in 1992 by lead vocalist [a=Ivan Pedersen] as Backseatboys with [a=Søren Jacobsen] (guitars), [a=Helge Solberg] (bass), [a=Esben Just] (piano/organ) & [a=Carsten Millner] (drums).
Debut that year with "Wind Me Up" followed by "Long Distance" in 1994, which had guitarist [a=Lars Krarup] joining the band. In 1995 the band shortened their name to Backseat following a change in line-up. [a=Otto Sidenius] (Organ) and [a=Claes Antonsen] (drums) joined the band while Søren Jacobsen, Esben Just and Carsten Millner left. Backseat changed to a bigger label, the Danish leg of CMC Records, in 1996. Claus Antonsen & Otto Sidenius were replaced by [a=Lars Mitch Fishermann] on drums and [a=Olle Nyberg] on keyboards.
The band split up in 1999 but reformed in 2006, toured again and released "Globalization" in 2007.