|2||uptimistic music (original mix)|
|6||It's A Shame|
|8||around the park (original mix)|
|9||clear your mind (original mix)|
|10||don’t step on the grass (original mix)|
|11||let the music do the talking (original mix)|
|12||make your day (original mix)|
|13||oouchi gucci (original mix)|
|14||rocketship to mars (original mix)|
|15||supercool funky lady (original mix)|
|16||time to live (original mix)|
Laid Back is a Danish Post-punk group formed in Copenhagen by John Guldberg (vocals, guitars, bass) and Tim Stahl (vocals, keyboards, drums, bass) in 1979. They are best known for the hits "Sunshine Reggae", "Bakerman" and "White Horse" from 1982 and 1983, respectively.
Guldberg and Stahl met in the mid-1970s, and played together in a group called The Starbox Band. After a poorly-received show supporting The Kinks, the band split up, but the duo continued working together. Guldberg set up a small studio in downtown Copenhagen where the two musicians began exploring the possibilities that were being opened up by new technologies, such as multitrack tape recorders, synthesizers and drum machines.