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Still No 1

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Slut

We are still wondering what “Knicki-Knacki” at the end of the video to “Still No 1″ means. Maybe it is a special Bavarian term for enjoying something. Or maybe it is some sort of insider joke within the band. We don’t know. What we know is that the five guys from Ingolstadt, Bavaria, are one of the few German bands that have survived more than ten years in the indie-rock business. Over the years they made quite heterogeneous records, for example 2001’s more electronic-influenced “Lookbook”. Though, they left the classic pop way in 2004 after five increasingly successful albums and started working at the Ingolstadt Theatre, where Slut were responsible for the music of Bertolt Brecht’s “Threepenny Opera”, originally composed by Kurt Weill. They wanted to release their contribution to the opera as a record as well, but due to legal problems weren’t allowed to. 2008 is the year of their comeback to the pop-music stage.

  • Posted: March 10, 2008
  • Camera: Christian Köck
  • Sound Recording: Michael Luger
  • Post-Production: Simon Brugner
  • Photography: Simon Brugner