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Half Man Half Biscuit (often HMHB) are a British rock band from Birkenhead, Merseyside, active since the mid-1980s, known for satirical, sardonic, and sometimes surreal songs. The group comprises Nigel Blackwell (lead vocals, guitar), Neil Crossley (bass, vocals), Ken Hancock (lead guitar), and Carl Henry (drums), occasionally augmented by a brass player. Throughout their career, they have recorded for Probe Plus records. History Half Man Half Biscuit were formed by two friends from Birkenhead, Neil Crossley (previously with local punk band Venom) and singer, guitarist and songwriter Nigel Blackwell (previously with Split Gut and North of Watford) who was (in his own words) at the time "still robbing cars and playing football like normal people do". In 1979, Blackwell was editing a football fanzine (Left For Wakeley Gage); he met Crossley when he went to see the latter's band play. In 1984, when Half Man Half Biscuit were formed, Crossley moved to bass and the two were joined by...
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