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"Slick Idiot Album DickNity"

"Performances are excellent. A good example is "Merci Beaucoup." This is the first track on the album that showcases the vocal talents of siren Michelle Boback." -


'Dicknity' - Vocalist, Slick Idiot Cleopatra Records 2001 (air play/streaming)
'Screwtinized' - Vocalist, Slick Idiot, Itchy Records
2004 (air play/streaming)
'The Time is Now' - songwriter/ guitarist, Suzka, Independant 2005 (air play and streaming)
'Light - remix' - Vocalist, KMFDM Tribute Albulm, Cleopatra Records, 2000
'Merci Beaucoup - Club remix' - Vocalist, DJ Loopy
'Xanadu Remix' - Vocalist/Writer - Slick Idiot, Itchy records, 2005
'The Good Morning Singles' - Singer Songwriter, Michelle Boback / Producer Guenter Schulz
'We All Try' - Sound Track fo 'Aunt Leah's Independant Society'
Boback/ 2005
'One More Time' -Sound track for Movie 'Canadian Blaze'
BG Vocalist - 'Low Note' - independent release
'We All Try' - Nasser Group Inc, EPK soundtrack to 'Amber's Stroy'
Boback / 2006
Current self release in progress.



In a galaxy far far away while on stage performing Shakespeare, Boback met G�nter Schulz and En Esch (of KMFDM). .....................
In 2001 En Esch and Guenter formed �Slick Idiot� and invited Boback to sing on their new album release �Dicknity� (Cleopatra Records). �Dicknity� spawned a popular club remix by Loopy of Hansel and Greytal FAME, �Merci Beaucoup� in which Boback tantalizes clubbers with a naughty little hook. Dicknity spawned the Remix albulm 'Redickoulous' in 2002. In 2004 'Slick' flew Boback back down to Schulz�s studio to collaborate again on their next release �Screwtinized� (Itchy Records). In 2005 Bobacks� singles 'Sunlight� and �I Once Fell� which are written by Boback, were produced and featured the talents of G�nter Schulz.
Boback's guitar style started with punk rock on a true vintage 69 strat, which somehow melted into a classical guitar preference. Her vocals went from rock to industrial and dance, and has settled on some fence between, soul, rock and jazz. Any one of Boback�s songs can be melted into a yummy pot of dance culture while still maintaining the intensity and soul of which it was written.

When the club mix of 'Merci Beaucoup' hit the clubs in New York it earned Michelle the title of 'vocal siren' (see lollipop review). Boback continues to work with a variety of musicians from the US and Canada. Boback has been known to engage the audience with props and lyrical fascinations. Never the same show twice, she cultivates musicians to constantly evolve her live shows.

Boback is also a respected member of the film community in Vancouver. Her first lead role in Creepy Six Films' 'Torched' (released 'Hell Hath No Fury') as the emotionally turmoiled 'Deanna' is now a horror cult hit.