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URGE FOR NIGEL: an interview with Nigel Blackwell of Half Man Half Biscuit

Nigel Blackwell of Half Man Half Biscuit fame is an elusive figure in popular music, who has spent many years avoiding interviewers from many prestigious publications, so I feel very honoured that he was happy to answer the questions I had after listening to the latest album Urge For Offal. 1,257 more words

Album review: Half Man Half Biscuit - Urge for Offal for the Quietus

If Half Man Half Biscuit did not exist, it would be imperative to invent them. Since their formation nearly 30 years ago, their presence has been a necessity. 597 more words

Half Man Half Biscuit, "Urge For Offal"

Within the narrow confines of rock and pop there can’t be many greater antithetical events to occur within the same month as U2 giving everyone… 980 more words


In Praise of... Half Man Half Biscuit

But first, a disclaimer. While in the last two years, I have listened to this band more than any other, I know next to nothing of their history or who they are. 957 more words


Letters Sent: A Half Man Half Biscuit Interview

By John Hartley

Writing for Dukla Prague Away Kit is a pleasure. There are rarely deadlines, and our editor is quite open-minded when it comes to content. 679 more words


Cathedral Juice, Slug Dempsey and other matters of note

Ten years since Mr Peel left us and at the same time a raft of albums have been released that I have no doubt he would be featuring were he still broadcasting. 1,022 more words

Album Review

Album Review - Half Man Half Biscuit - Urge for Offal

There’s a good argument for Half Man Half Biscuit being the greatest indie band of all time. After thirty years they still remain utterly loyal to the tiny Probe Plus record label, releasing thirteen albums and five EPs laden with equal parts pithiness, wordplay and the most spot on cultural references. 657 more words