Heteroscedasticity – out now!

14 wonderful songs about life, love, Michael Owen, God, and statistics

Heteroscedasticity (cover artwork)

Graveyard Girl (the ultimate anthem of tombstone tourism),
Judy Mary Jane (makes you inevitably shout out yeehaw!),
I Wish Natalie Portman Was My Neighbour (don’t we all?), and the
Toilet Song (recorded in the bathroom)!

You can download the album for free right here!


  1. Judy Mary Jane (2:36) mp3
  2. I Wish Natalie Portman Was My Neighbour (2:09) mp3
  3. You and Me and Your Boy-Friend (2:18) mp3
  4. Graveyard Girl (2:29) mp3
  5. Toilet Song (1:36) mp3
  6. In Love With Michael Owen (2:34) mp3
  7. Proof of God (2:37) mp3


  1. What’s the Baby Using? (0:25) mp3
  2. ANOVA (mit gerichteten Kontrasten) (2:17) mp3
  3. Heteroskedastizität (2:14) mp3
  4. If I Could Paint My Feelings (2:20) mp3
  5. Among Thieves (1:25) mp3
  6. Spirit She (4:08) mp3
  7. Wish You Felt the Same (1:46) mp3


(incl. lyrics & artwork)

Produced, written and played by Johannes Schult.

So this is my album. I hope you like it. There a bunch of older, somewhat popular songs, some with electric guitars (7.-9.), two German ones, and a few with a more gloomy atmosphere towards the end. my personal favourite (song, not actress) is “Among Thieves”, an unusual song in several aspects (length, lyrics, brushes). If you consider burning the album on CD, I recommend downloading/using the flac-version, because it’s a lossless format (info) and offers additional entertainment.

All songs are licensed Creative Commons by-nc, meaning you are free to copy it, perform it, and make derivative works, as long as you are not making a profit from your work, and that you properly attribute the original artist (in this case Jutze, Johannes Schult, or www.jutze.com). So feel free to share them with your friends and family, play them in your podcast, and use them for your own personal creative endeavours!