Niklas Hellberg

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Niklas Hellberg
Birth name Niklas Hellberg
Origin Sweden
Genres Rock, alternative, industrial,
Occupation(s) Musician, songwriter, producer
Instruments Piano, keyboards, organ, sampling, bass
Associated acts Peace Love & Pitbulls, Sällskapet, Thåström, All That Jazz

Niklas Hellberg (born 1964) is a Swedish musician and producer, most known for his collaborations with punk rocker Thåström.

Biography[edit]

Hellberg was during the late 1980s a member of the post-punk band All That Jazz until its breakup in 1990. Hellberg was along with Thåström the main songwriters in Peace Love & Pitbulls an industrial rock band inspired by German industrial band Einstürzende Neubauten and Swedish heavy metal band Entombed. After the bands break up in 1997 Hellberg continued to work with Thåström on his solo records both during recordings and tours. Around 2003 Hellberg and Thåström founded Sällskapet along with guitarist Pelle Ossler, which released their selftilted album in 2007.

Discography[edit]

With All That Jazz
  • All That JAzz (1987)
  • Color Blind (1990)
With Peace Love and Pitbulls
With Thåström
With Sällskapet

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