Major league Danish rock band fronted by Michael Falch, active 1977-84 and after a reunion again during 1990-94. Released debut album [r=2886747] in 1980 on minor label Amar Records with little attention but had an instant breakthrough with second album [r=6813099] and the hit-single "Superlove". To cash in on the success, their debut album was re-released on their new label, Medley Records. Following disagreements with leader and main songwriter Falch in 1982, Peter Viskinde and Henrik Littauer left the band and turned their side-project Doraz into the full time band. They were replaced by Pete Repete and Falch's childhood friend Christian Arendt. During a 1982 concert in <a... Read More|
... href="https://www.musicstack.com/label/kb+hallen" class=t>KB Hallen in Copenhagen, Malurt was joined on stage by a Falch's major inspiration, Bruce Springsteen, and they performed "Hungry Heart" together as documented on the Springsteen bootleg "By The River". After the release of a live album, [r=1053411], recorded during their 1984 spring tour, the band broke up and Falch immersed on a successful solo-career. In 1990, as Falch's solo career was fading, Malurt reunited in the original line-up minus Littauer. In 1992 they released the Thomas Helmig produced comeback album [r=1639370] to critical acclaim and fine sales, followed by less successful [r=1893213] the year after. To this day, the band has not officially broke up.