The two of them eventually formed Drori-Hansen Furniture after having worked for a time on a batch of demos.. Their extremely classic laid-back sound was very groove-oriented, old school and used exclusively analogue equipment from the 60s and the 70s to record. Despite the underground-ish stance of Drori-Hansen Furniture, they managed to record two successful albums and had a number of hit singles as well. As was the case for Zapp Zapp, they hit the road and toured relentlessly. By 1998/99, it seemed as if the Drori-Hansen Furniture concept of jamming things in had no further development left ahead for the time being, and Erann began tinkering with own compositions and lyrics in earnest.
Demo after demo was recorded on his home set-up and a batch of truly great songs was rapidly assembled. In the fall of 2000 Erann finally released his debut-solo album, Still Believing which was sold app. 150,000 albums; 110,000 in Denmark, rest in Scandinavia and other European countries. The album peaked at no.1 on the album chart, going Gold within 10 days of release and eventually went double platinum. In the wake of the success Erann received 5 nominations for the Danish Music Awards (equivalent to the Grammies) and got an award in the "Best Newcomer" category (based on tele-votes). In 2003 Erann released his second solo album, Thats The Way For Me, that gained three no.
1 singles on the Danish airplay chart and sold 65.000 copies. Popular Danish soul pop singer Erann released his third solo album titled, Erann. An album produced by Erann and Pharfar (Bikstok Røgsystem) with tracks mainly penned by Erann himself. The new album was out August 28th. Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..
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