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Meal Ticket Roskilde Festival 1995

Provided by Andrew Burns.

DAD Keychain

Provided by Jean-Pierre Davin (France).

Scare Yourself Plate, front

Provided by Jean-Pierre Davin (France).

Scare Yourself Plate, back

Provided by Jean-Pierre Davin (France).

Status Quo/D.A.D Jacket

Provided by Jean-Pierre Davin (France).

Status Quo/D.A.D Jacket, closeup

Provided by Jean-Pierre Davin (France).

Two plectrums from Lagerhalle, Osnabrück, February 9, 2012

"one concert
two sisters
two plectrum :)

on concert in Osnabrück 09.02.2012 :D"

Melanie (right) and Ramona (left).

Shop order

An old order from the predecessor of the webshop. Provided by Lars Pedersen.

Drum Skin

Christian Espersen got this drum skin signed at Stereo Studio, Århus, November 11, 2008.

Sleeping My Day Away picture disc

Provided by Jacob Rosenvinge.



"My most beloved D-A-D item...



A 12" Sleeping My Day Away shaped picture disc, from 1989



Tracklist:


Side A (Front) 1: Sleeping My Day Away



Side B (Backside) 1: Ill Will"

Drum Skin from Aftenshowet, November 10, 2008

This skin from a floor tom was used at the rainy Aftenshowet roof concert. There is still water in it. Christian Espersen got the skin signed the day after, at Stereo Studio in Århus.

On stage with D:A:D 1996

For their concert at the Roskilde Festival 1996, the band invited 150 fans to join them on stage.



This is the original instructions to the select few about the event.

Drumstick from Kløften Festival, June 26, 2009

Provided by Henrik "Henny" Kristensen.

Hockey game 1998, team 1

The D:A:D Indians played hockey against The Leningrad Cowboys in Rødovre Skøjtearena in August 1998.

Drumstick from Skanderborg Festival, August 9, 2009

"Laust's 10 year anniversary drumstick from Skanderborg!"

Provided by Henrik "Henny" Kristensen.

Hockey game 1998, team 2

The Leningrad Cowboys won the game.



The proceeds of the game went to charity.

Signed Drumstick from Le Trabendo, Paris, October 1, 2006

Provided by Jean-Pierre Davin.

Sketch by Torleif Hoppe

Provided by Anders Haahr.


His story:

"In
the summer of '89 I was at the Sandmen/D-A-D double concert at the
bicycle lane in Odense, Denmark. The sun was shining and The Sandmen,
whom I had never heard before, played great music.


When
D-A-D went on, I headbanged so wild to the first few numbers (Jihad and
other of the heavy new stuff from the N.F.L.F.T.P album) that I had to
withdraw from the crowd and get a rest.


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