Sune Rose Wagner and Sharin Foo hail from Copenhagen and formed the Raveonettes out of dismay regarding their homeland's state of music. They collected a fuzzy, dark, cinematic set of songs for their debut album, Whip It On, which was written on a four-track and drum machine and appeared on Crunchy Frog in 2002. A deal with Columbia followed before the year's end, and Whip It On appeared in September 2003. It was followed by 2005's Whip It On, which featured guest spots from Suicide's Martin Rev, Ronnie Spector, and the Velvet Underground's Moe Tucker. In early 2008, the band released Whip It On. ~ MacKenzie Wilson
Åbne WiMP for at høre hele musiknumre i fuld kvalitet.