Ray Dee Ohh

Members of Ray Dee Ohh: Caroline Henderson, Christian Dietl, Jan Sivertsen, Maria Bramsen, Michael Bruun, Poul Halberg, Simon West

Discography of Ray Dee Ohh:

# Release title Total tracks Type of release is Imprint date Label
1 Radiofoni 10 Audio 1991 Replay Records (5)
2 Too 9 Audio 1990 Replay Records (5)
3 Vred Ung Mand 2 Audio 1991 Replay Records (5)
4 Too 9 Audio 1990 Replay Records (5)
5 Grammy-Mix 4 Audio 1990 Replay Records (5)
6 Radiofoni 10 Audio 1991 Replay Records (5)
7 Jeg Vil La' Lyset Brænde 2 Audio 2002
8 Alt I Alt 3 Audio 1991 Replay Records (5)
9 Stille Strøm 3 Audio 1991 Replay Records (5)
10 Senorita Og Skæbnen 3 Audio 1990 Replay Records (5)
11 Jeg Vil La' Lyset Brænde 2 Audio 1990 Replay Records (5)
12 Vaek Mig 2 Audio 1991 Replay Records (5)
13 Mandags-Stævnemøde 2 Audio 1989 Replay Records (5)
14 Ned På Jorden - Hjem Igen 2 Audio 1989 Replay Records (5)
15 Love The One You're With 2 Audio 1990 Replay Records (5)
16 Brændende Læber / Tænker Du På (Det Er Sommer) 2 Audio 1989 Replay Records (5)
17 Mandags-Stævnemøde 3 Audio 2002
18 Mandags-Stævnemøde 2 Audio 1989 Replay Records (5)
19 I Dine Øjne (Extended Remix) 3 Audio 1992 Replay Records (5)
20 Mandags-Stævnemøde / Elskes Af Dig 2 Audio 1989 Replay Records (5)
21 Mandags-Stævnemøde / Elskes Af Dig 2 Audio 1989 Replay Records (5)
22 Ray Dee Ohh Promotion CD 4 Audio 1989 Replay Records (5)
23 Jeg Vil La' Lyset Brænde 3 Audio 1990 Replay Records (5)
24 Mandags Stævnemøde 3 Audio 1996 Replay Records (5)
25 Væk Mig 2 Audio 1991 Replay Records (5)
26 Væk Mig 2 Audio 1991 Replay Records (5)
27 Ray Dee Ohh 9 Audio 1989 Replay Records (5)


A major danish pop group 1988 to 1992, releasing 3 studioalbums albums and selling more than 1 million records total. The band was a sort of "Supergroup" that fused members from some of the most popular danish pop bands of the 80's. [a=Michael Bruun], [a=Jan Sivertsen] and [a=Maria Bramsen] originally played together in [a=Tøsedrengene] (1981-1985). After the break-up of Tøsedrengene the majority of that group including [a=Henrik Stanley Møller] and [a=Aage Hagen] fused with members of [a=Halberg-Larsen], [a=Poul Halberg] and [a=Jette Schandorf], into [a=Lejrbåls, The], That group only released one unsuccesful album in 1987. In 1988 that band - without Møller, Hagen and Schandorf - became Ray Dee Ohh with the addition of vocalist [a=Caroline Henderson], [a=Simon West], formerly with [a=Thomas Helmig Brothers] and [a=Christian Dietl], formerly with [a=Sneakers (6)].


Comments about Ray Dee Ohh: