Muenster, North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany
H-Blockx is a German crossover band founded 1991 by Henning Wehland while still going to school in Münster, Germany. The bands name is a tribute to the 1981 Irish hunger strike participants inside Her Majesty's Prison Maze, which was colloquially called "The H Blocks". In 1993, the band released their first single, Rising High. The track was extensively played in clubs and sold over 10,000 copies without a video or any advertising whatsoever. The band rose to fame with their successful first album Time To Move, released in 1994.