HUMAN HANDS BIOGRAPHY
Human Hands were a part of the burgeoning underground Los Angeles music scene in the
early 80s, darlings of the critics (along with the likes of X, The Three O'Clock
and others). Besides numerous indy singles, they managed to release the eponymous
double LP Human Hands on Los Angeles' "Independent Project Records" label and
their lone single for Faulty Products.
Human Hands, 1980.
Although Human Hands were starting to get noticed by both the critics and the
public, by late 1981 it wasn't enough for the band to continue. It was a fateful year for
Human Hands. Bill Noland was lured away to join Wall Of Voodoo and Dennis
Duck joined Dream Syndicate. Vocalist David Wiley died of AIDS in the late 80s.
The original line up (with others filling in for Wiley) has reunited for benefit shows as
recently as 1999.
HUMAN HANDS I.R.S. DISCOGRAPHY
This discography will cover only HUMAN HANDS' recordings for I.R.S. Records. Recordings for
other labels, other recordings, solo recordings and guest appearances, may be mentioned in the biography or
discography, but details can be found by visiting some of the cool links for HUMAN HANDS, below...
"Trains Vs. Planes"/"Blue Eel"
Faulty Products FP02 (Released Jan 1981)
Produced by Human Hands
Engineered by Ed Barger & Michael Hamilton
Mixed by Paul Cutler & Avi Kipper
Recorded at Kitchen Sync
Mixed at Hit City West
Photo by Takeuchi
Sleeve Design by Bill Noland
Thanks To Lynn Robb
David Wiley Vocals
Juan Gomez Guitars
Rick Potts Bass & Sax
Bill Noland Keyboards
Dennis Duck Drums
Review Coming Soon!
HUMAN HANDS LINKS AND OTHER COOL STUFF
While websites devoted to HUMAN HANDS are not exactly plentiful, we DID find a few:
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