The rock, hip-hop, and dance duo Junior Senior may be a U.K. darling, but the pair's hearts remain in Jutland -- their homeland in the western peninsula of Denmark. The group emerged in 1995 after Ludo-X members Jesper "Junior" Mortensen and Jeppe "Senior" Laursen left the Copenhagen indie band. In 1998 Junior Senior was formed and the band inked a deal with Danish label Crunchy Frog. The two went on to record the infectious single "Move Your Feet," which became the most played song in Denmark and eventually took over European radio. In 2003 the band released the critically lauded full-length D-D-D-Don't Stop the Beat. After garnering a fair amount of success with the album worldwide (and placing a song in the Amanda Bynes film She's the Man and in Looney Tunes: Back in Action), the duo retreated to Denmark, releasing the follow-up album, Hey Hey My My Yo Yo, in August 2005, again on Crunchy Frog. Although the album reached number two on the Japanese charts and the song "Can I Get Get Get" was aired on an episode of hit TV show Ugly Betty, it took until summer 2007 for a U.S. label (Ryko) to pick it up for release.