Half Man - Nowhere Leading Road (Part 1 & 2)





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Uploaded on Jun 11, 2010

The only video from this heavy and bluesy Swedish band.
The music is a live recording from 1997 just before the recording of the first album. Nowhere Leading Road is featured on that album.

Music by: J Bengtsson, P Carlsson (c) 1997.

The film clips are from 1987 - 1997.
The video was made by Zoidiac in 1998 and edited 2010.


Janne Bengtsson - Vocals, lead guitar.
Patric Carlsson - Bass.
Peter Lilja - Guitar.
Roger Bengtsson - Drums.
Gunnar Andersson - Vocals, Guitar. (1986 -1989)
Mats Nilsson - Drums. (1986 - 1989)

Half Man formed in 1986 in Örkelljunga Sweden but split after two years.[1] The original line-up featured Janne Bengtsson on guitar and vocals, Gunnar Andersson on guitar and vocals, Patric Carlsson on bass, and Mats Nilsson on drums. The band reformed in 1990 with Bengtsson and Carlsson accompanied by guitarist Peter Lilja and drummer Roger Bengtsson.[1] A demo was recorded in 1994 but an album was not recorded until 1998, when the band self-released The Complete Field Guide for Cynics in a limited run of 500.[2] Border Records picked up the album and re-released it in larger quantities. The band released a split 7" with Mothercake in 2000 and appeared on Small Stone Records tribute to Aerosmith, Right in the Nuts. The band released their second and final album in 2002 entitled Red Herring on the Italian label Beard of Stars.


Janne and Patric also had a side project called Tectonic Break featuring Mattias Nilsson and Peter Johansson who released a couple of songs on different compelation albums. Later Janne and Patric started the band Skånska Mord with members of the band Mothercake in 2006. The album Last Supper where released in 2010.

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