Slut (band)

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Slut lead vocalist Christian Neuburger in 2011

Slut is a German indie rock band from Ingolstadt, Bavaria. The band's lyrics are written and sung in English.

History[edit]

The band was founded in 1994 by Christian Neuburger (vocals, guitar), Matthias Neuburger (drums), Rainer Schaller (guitar), Gerd Rosenacker (bass guitar)and Phillip Zhang the accompanying keyboard artist. After they recorded their first album, Rene Arbeithuber (keyboard, vocals, guitar) also joined. From 1997 to 1998 they lived and recorded in a castle near Ingolstadt with Rene and Rainer's band, 'Pelzig'. In 2002, two of their singles charted on the DAC: Easy to Love got to No. 8, and Time Is Not A Remedy hit No. 18.[1] In February 2005 they took part in the Bundesvision Song Contest, playing their song 'Why Pourquoi?' (pourquoi means why or literally for what in French). They received few votes and finished twelfth out of sixteen competitors.

So far they have yet to appear live in Britain or the USA, despite several extensive European tours to Romania, The Czech Republic, Italy and France.

Discography[edit]

Albums[edit]

  • For Exercise And Amusement, 1996
  • Sensation (EP), 1997
  • Interference, 1998
  • Lookbook, 2000
  • Teardrops (EP), 2001
  • Nothing Will Go Wrong, 2002
  • ready, slut, go! (EP / Split with Readymade), 2003
  • All We Need Is Silence, 2004
  • Songs aus Die Dreigroschenoper (Songs from The Threepenny Opera), July 14, 2006
  • StillNo1, 2008
  • Corpus Delicti (collaboration with Juli Zeh), 2009
  • Alienation, 2013

Singles[edit]

  • Welcome 2 (taken from Lookbook), 2000
  • It Was Easier (taken from Lookbook), 2000
  • Andy (taken from Lookbook), 2000
  • Easy To Love (taken from Nothing Will Go Wrong), 2002
  • Time Is Not A Remedy (taken from Nothing Will Go Wrong), 2002
  • Lost Emotion (taken from All We Need Is Silence), 2004
  • Why Pourquoi (taken from All We Need Is Silence), 2005
  • Next Big Thing (taken from Alienation), 2013

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Jahrescharts 2002" [Charts of the Year 2002] (in German). Djcharts.de. Retrieved 2012-03-28. 

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