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Raunchy is a metal band from Denmark, formed in 1994. They have released six studio albums, and are currently signed to Massacre Records. Raunchy was founded in 1992 by Jesper Tilsted, Jesper Kvist, and Morten Toft Hansen, who started playing mostly covers from bands such as Metallica and Slayer. Lars Vognstrup and Lars Christensen joined the band in 1994, and in 1995 they record their first demo, at Borsing…

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  • Одна из любимейших групп :D
  • WD is one of the best things ever happened to music.
  • ADE was already awesome - VVV is just better. can't stop listening to both these albums.
  • Vices.Virtues.Visions. is one of the first albums to challenge me this much in a really damn long time, and I don't even know why...really hoping it hooks me, though.
  • Guess I'm behind, haven't heard anything by these guys since WD.
  • Out of interest, was anyone who visits this page part of the original Raunchy.dk forum back in the confusion bay/ release of dpr days? If so give me a shout, I was an active member back then
  • DPR is, imo, a fantastically consistent album, in fact i'd say none of their albums have that level of consistency in sound, songwriting or focus (though they do touch it and/or surpass it in passion and realization of their "own sound", i suppose one could argue and I wouldn't disagree)...
  • Nice to see them do a concept album and as it's their first record with Mike I expect them to really find their stride and strength now. In my view they're better now than they have been since Lars Vognstrup left after Confusion Bay.
  • @Worm-Infested: I'd describe it as their most thickly atmospheric album because of that dirt. Confusion Bay was a complete contrast in terms of production; and I love that record a silly amount too. After Lars left; DPR I think is my least favourite of their albums. Kasper sounds quite sloppy on that album I think, probably just finding his voice, and the rest of it didn't seem so cohesive. Phantoms however was an emotive masterpiece. Wasteland Discotheque had a kind of stripped-down atmosphere to it that was quite plain, but every song was good. And The Comfort In Leaving I still regard as one of their best songs; that track is just amazing. ADE; Kasper finally found his place properly and sounded really, really good. Their mixing it up a bit in terms of sound really helped that record but Jeppe's clean vocals ended up sounding repetitive to me. And VVV...well, I think Mike sounds incredible no matter whether he's doing cleans or screams; and the atmosphere is really strong.
  • :o wow

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