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Posted: Mon, 2005-03-21 22:17

I have always wondered, and now I'm going to pop the question.

Mega and D-A-D wanted to release "Draws a circle" in foreign countries, so to avoid trouble with Disney it says "D.A.D." on the cover of "Draws a circle".
Why did then then go back to "Disneyland After Dark" on "No fuel...."? (At least in Denmark)?

Was it simply because Medley didn't see the trouble as Mega did?

Joined: 2005-01-06

Posted: Mon, 2005-03-21 23:30



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Posted: Tue, 2005-03-22 02:34

I hope, could be funny! hehe!

Joined: 2003-12-07

Posted: Tue, 2005-03-22 10:37

Then why do you make a post Esovan? Are you bored, or is it just to annoy us?

Joined: 2003-11-22

Posted: Tue, 2005-03-22 12:14

easy easy MBJ.. maybe just to point that there are more who wondered 'bout the question... Smiley-midget

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Posted: Tue, 2005-03-22 12:42

Well my theory is that (EMI)Medley just looOOOOOooove trouble as D-A-D! Smiley-laugh


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Posted: Tue, 2005-03-22 12:47

Tousig: Esovan is one of my friends, so I was just kidding him. And I'm pretty sure he just posted to be ridiculous.. hehe

Joined: 2003-12-06

Posted: Tue, 2005-03-22 18:23

well, my view is one of 2 reasons:

maybe they thought no-one in the States would get to see the Dansk version, so they would never know.

2nd, and most probable..

the Dansk release could be put down to an error, BUT the headlines it got for having the 'banned' phrase DISNEYLAND would bring priceless advertising.
for free!

splendid idea.

Joined: 2004-01-13

Posted: Mon, 2005-03-28 16:03

I dont know the Official reason, but here is what i think, they changed the name on Draws a Circle to DAD because that was a demand from Mega records if they wanted to go worldwide because Mega were affraid of Disney, but after Draws a circle the band broke the deal with Mega and took back the long Disneyland After Dark Name again then they were signed by Medly who made No Fuel that were ment for the danish/scandinavian market only (with the long name) but then came WB and made the one million dollar deal and then again the boys had to change the name to DAD, and the cover for the international version of No Fuel were ajusted, to prevent a lawsuit from Disney, it was then the boys desided to stay with the short name.