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Since the handshake of Daniel and Ian, a late night (or maybe it was a early morning?) back in 1996, agreeing on starting a band, the music of Daniel, Hanseman, Inti, Tori and Ian have been teasing ears and souls.
With this excact line-up, excluding the original drummer Arild, who left the band late 1997, the group have wandered from the leaves of hip-hop/funk-pop unto the lands and maze of electro-rock.

On the rebound of losing the drummer, and under great influence of the Bristol sound, the quintett gave birth to NUD and introduced the electronic device Roland MC-505 as an important “member” of the line-up.

Throughout 1998 the band used a lot of time testing, forming and shaping the formula of NUD. This creative year was manifested on NUD`s first recording “Five chapters from the naked story”, recorded by Endre Kirkesola in dub studios spring 1999. “Five chapters…” altered to NUD`s first gig at the Quart-festival summer 1999, and marked the beginning of a sound yet to be tamed.

The following two years NUD did a lot of live gigs and focused on developing as a live act. Touring most of southern Norway the five souls grew a big love for the road and its ongoing experiences. This winding road-trip led to the meeting with two Italian boys in Bergen, Norway. With Influence and guidence of producer and engineer Daniele Bonvicini and Davide Bertolini the making of NUD`s second E.P. “Rising to five thousand” was a fact. The recording was taped during dark nights at Grieghallen Studios in Bergen November- December 2000. With this production NUD was recognised by national radio and made album of the week in NRK’s radioshow “urort”= “untouched”.

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