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Crispy

Crispy   (Denmark)

Bubble Gum group
Added : 14/04/2012
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The Game
Love Is Waiting
Licky Licky
Calendar Girl
DJ Santa
Kiss Me Red
Mr Dinosaur
In And Out
I Like
Left, Right
La Fiesta
97 1998 1999 2000 2001

Latest Crispy news

07/09/2017 : Some Crispy demos were shared by the project's male vocalist Christian Møller and published on Crispy Archive, a Youtube channel specially dedicated to their unreleased tracks.

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Crispy albums

The Game The Game 1998

 

Crispy singles

Love Is Waiting Love Is Waiting 1998  
Licky Licky Licky Licky 1998  
Calendar Girl Calendar Girl 1998  
DJ Santa DJ Santa Promo only 1999  
Kiss Me Red Kiss Me Red 25th Jan 1999  
Mr Dinosaur Mr Dinosaur 2000  
In And Out In And Out 2000  
I Like I Like 2000  

 

Aliases - Records released under other names

Left, Right XPY - Left, Right 2001  
La Fiesta XPY - La Fiesta 2001  

 



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Crispy biography

Crispy was founded in 1997 in Copenhagen by producer Mads B.B. Krog. It featured female vocalist Mette Christensen (Icy B, born 25th of September 1976 in Copenhagen) and keyboardist and male vocalist Christian Møller (born on December 16th, 1974 in Copenhagen).

1998 : they were awarded with the "Pop Shop Award '98" for Best Scandinavian Debut Release, beating 15 other nominees. At the price giving Crispy performed with 5 songs live on the national radio. They first and only album entitled The Game was recorded and mixed in Denmark, Sweden and Germany. The Japanese Version of the album also contained four exclusive bonus tracks, including two previously unreleased songs Bad Girls and Happy King. During Christmas, Crispy were on promotion/concert tour in Japan, visiting Tokyo, Nagoya and Osaka. The overall success of Crispy's first album lead the group to prepare for a second album, which they hoped to release sometime in 2000.

2000 : the release of the second album was cancelled, most likely due to the sudden death of lead vocalist, Mette, from cancer.

2001 : the surviving members elected to discontinue the group. A new project called XPY was created, Mette Christensen was replaced by Gry Bay, and a few singles (Left, Right, La Fiesta) were released under the new name before the act was abandoned in the early 2000s. Mads Krog has continued making music under various aliases (Blush, P-Control...).

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Thanks to Gianni

Crispy biography was last updated Sat, January 31st 2015



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