When the Single "I'm Alone" hit the Radio in 1986, it came as a big surprise to most people, because no one had ever heard of this Band from Denmark: Skagarack.
"We came totally unknown more or less, directly from our rehearsel Room in our hometown Kolding, to Radio-Stations all over the world, and "I'm Alone" really got a lot of Airplay, so it certainly felt like we, and that Song, came at exactly the right time.
Prior to the Single release, we had been working for more than 2 years on-off, on our self titled debut Album, and at some point during that period, we signed a Record deal with a Major Label: Polydor International (now Universal Music) in the UK.
The remaining part of 1986 and all of 1987, was all about touring and promoting the Album, and we went to England, Germany, USA, Sweden, Norway, Finland, Austria, and obviously Denmark, performing at places like The Reading Festival, and The Roskilde Festival, and 3 times at the legendary Marquee Club in London, also Munich and Hamburg.
In 1988 we released our second Album: "Hungry For A Game", and this time we recorded and mixed the Album quick, so it was done in only 2 months, and again a long period of touring and promoting followed, lots of TV/Radio and the writing press, both abroad and in Denmark.
"Hungry For A Game" is by many AOR Melodic Rock Fans seen as one of the best of that genre in the 80's, and on top sold more than the first Album.
In 1990 we went to Munich Germany to record our third Album: "A Slice Of Heaven" working with Mack, and mix was done in Los Angeles by Michael Wagener.
This time we went for a bit more heavy direction, and we received a Danish Grammy for "Best Hardrock release of the Year"