The Human Beinz Resurface With Christmas Song
The Human Beinz had a Top Ten hit on the Billboard charts in January 1968 with "Nobody But Me". Along with countless TV commercials, the song is featured in the academy award winning film 'The Departed' and 'Kill Bill', as well as Disney's animated 'School's Out'. The group also wrote and performed 'McQ' for producer Richard Martin's documentary film 'Steve McQueen: An American Rebel'. The Human Beinz are featured in The Rock & Roll Hall of fame in The Music of Ohio exhibit.
The group was the second rock band to tour Japan in 1969 (The Beatles were the first) They had three number one hits in Japan, "Nobody But me", "Turn On Your Lovelight" and "Hold On Baby", and were the first to record a live album in concert at Budokan.The Human Beinz also have the distinction of being the first band to utilize a Pepsi bottle as an instrument in a hit record. The Pepsi bottle is once again utilized on the band's new song "Christmas Story".
The Human Beinz still tour and have appeared at The Hard Rock Cafe, Foxwood's Casino, Only The Strong Survive concert co-op city The Bronx, various county and State fairs, and were the band for The Opening reception of The National Purple Heart Hall of Honor for The Vietnam Vets of America. The group is planing to tour for Vet Aid National in the near future. The Human Beinz currently still perform shows and are working on a new album.