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Disc 1
01
JABU - Let Me Know
04 :36
01
SHAMPOO BOY - Loch
01 :01
02
JABU - Tomb
01 :24
02
SHAMPOO BOY - Fall
01 :04
03
JABU - Get
05 :23
03
SHAMPOO BOY - Gift
01 :02
04
JABU - Fool If
04 :45
04
SHAMPOO BOY - Still
01 :01
05
JABU - Bones
01 :49
06
JABU - On
03 :03
07
JABU - Searc
01 :07
08
JABU - Wounds
03 :45
09
JABU - Which Way
04 :48
10
JABU - Lay You Down
02 :47
11
JABU - Give
02 :29
Disc 1
01
JABU - Let Me Know
04 :36
01
SHAMPOO BOY - Loch
01 :01
02
JABU - Tomb
01 :24
02
SHAMPOO BOY - Fall
01 :04
03
JABU - Get
05 :23
03
SHAMPOO BOY - Gift
01 :02
04
JABU - Fool If
04 :45
04
SHAMPOO BOY - Still
01 :01
05
JABU - Bones
01 :49
06
JABU - On
03 :03
07
JABU - Searc
01 :07
08
JABU - Wounds
03 :45
09
JABU - Which Way
04 :48
10
JABU - Lay You Down
02 :47
11
JABU - Give
02 :29
ARTIST
TITLE
Licht
FORMAT
LP

LABEL
CATALOG #
BLACKEST 016EP BLACKEST 016EP
GENRE
RELEASE DATE
6/11/2013

Licht is the debut album by Shampoo Boy, a new guitar, bass and electronics trio from Vienna, comprising members Christian Schachinger, Christina Nemec, and Peter Rehberg. Schachinger and Rehberg have played together in various projects over the last 25 years, most notably Peterlicker -- see Last Slave (2010) and Nicht (2011), both released on Editions Mego. Schachinger was also involved in Der Scheitel, their album In einem Haus das Liebe heißt being a classic of German "Schlagermusik." Rehberg currently operates the Editions Mego family of labels and is a member of KTL, R/S, and Fenn O'Berg as well as working on theater productions with Gisele Vienne, and with choreographer Margret Gudjonsdottir. Nemec's background is in avant-rock and industrial outfits such as Bray and her own performance group SV Damenkraft. She remains highly active as a solo artist, both as Chra and under her own name, and she has performed on several occasions with Lydia Lunch. Licht is made up of four improvisations recorded and mixed at Twisted, Wien between April 2012 and January 2013. Mastered by Noel Summerville at 3345, London. Artwork by Stephen O'Malley.