Avant-pop cult most favorite Slapp Happy shaped in Hamburg, Germany in 1972; there vocalist Dagmar Krause, a veteran from the folk group the town Preachers, first fulfilled English experimental composer Anthony Moore, who experienced previously issued a set of single LPs, Pieces from your Cloudland Ballroom and Secrets from the Blue Bag, on Polydor. Once the label declined another Moore record, he rather suggested a pop task, recruiting Krause and New York-born guitarist Peter Blegvad to create Slapp Happy; documented with insight from members from the famed Krautrock music group Faust, the trio released their debut recording Type of… in 1972, its industrial prospects seriously limited due to the band’s refusal to execute live. Still, Polydor assented to some follow-up, with Slapp Content quickly convening to record Casablanca Moon; the label declined the album, nevertheless, and upon getting at Virgin, the trio re-recorded the disk in its entirety, liberating it like a self-titled work in 1974. Slapp Content next banded alongside the like-minded art-rock clothing Henry Cow to record a set of collaborative LPs, Desperate Straights and In Compliment of Learning; innovative tensions then compelled Moore and Blegvad to leave the task, although Krause continuing performing with Henry Cow though their 1980 dissolution. For the time being, both Moore and Blegvad pursued single professions, although in 1982 they reunited with Krause to record a fresh Slapp Happy one, “Everybody’s Slimmin’,” accompanied by their first-ever live appearance at London’s ICA. All three once again collaborated in 1991 on Camcorder, a tv opera commissioned with the BBC and broadcast 2 yrs later; a fresh Slapp Happy studio room record, Ça Va, implemented in 1998. Camcorder was issued 2 yrs later.