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Club Moral Stocklist 007 - Attack on Stuttgart
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Publish-date-icon May 20, 2006
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Club Moral - Attack on Stuttgart (C-60 cassette)

A-01 - Hindi Introduction
A-02 - The Time that We're in Here
A-03 - Randomness
A-04 - What I'm Gonna Do about You
A-05 - Unknown Movie Scene
A-06 - Lonely Weekends
A-07 - Mangelmusik
A-08 - I Want to Lick You Empty
A-09 - Oorlog
A-10 - Eating Limbs
A-11 - Space, the Final Frontier
A-12 - Death Threats
A-13 - Hoe Minder Ik Weet
B-01 - Hindi Introduction
B-02 - Death Threats
B-03 - Mangelmusik
B-04 - Lonely Weekends

"Attack on Stuttgart" was the first music performance by Club Moral. It happened on 19 september 1981 on the occasion of a performance event "Das Konzil", organised by Boris Nieslony in the Künstlerhaus of Stuttgart, Germany.
"Das Konzil" was mainly a discussion event for performance artists (ao. Harrie de Kroon, Mike Hentz, Jacques van Poppel, Franklin Alders,....) and organizers, with quite a lot of drinking, endless talks and little action. The Club Moral 'attack' took place in a small room with no windows and all 4 walls covered with mattresses. We played very loud with heavy bass volumes. At the end of the concert people were complaining of nausea and vomiting.
There were two separate involvements, the first was more or less in the afternoon, Etat Brut also played on the same event. The second stint happened in the evening, with Etat Brut joining us to perform "Death Threats" and "Lonely Weekends".
We travelled by train and stayed for three subsequent days in Stuttgart. Etat Brut travelled by car, arrived in time for the first concert in the afternoon, and drove back to Brussels after the evening stint.

Boris Nieslony was for some time head of the "Kleinen Ausstellungsraum" in Hamburg, Germany. He continues to work as a performance artist and organiser of performance events. He formed the performance group "Black Market" and now he's in charge of the "Art Service Association"
Relations, talks, events and discussions among performance artists and organisers are still being organised through the "IAPAO" (International Association of Performance Art Organizers) network.

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