The second album by the Heroine Sheiks is in-your-face angst, and one would expect no less from Shannon Selberg. As such willfully brutal post-punk goes, though, it's fairly strong. There are strong traces of funk, experimental electronic washes, and hard rock in the ominous guitar crunch.
Released October 1, 2002. Siamese Pipe Tracklist. 2. Grab the Wheel Lyrics.
Artists Heroine Sheiks Siamese Pipe. Siamese Pipe Heroine Sheiks. This album has an average beat per minute of 123 BPM (slowest/fastest tempos: 92/187 BPM). See its BPM profile at the bottom of the page. Tracklist Siamese Pipe. BPM Profile Siamese Pipe. Album starts at 141BPM, ends at 112BPM (-29), with tempos within the -BPM range. Try refreshing the page if dots are missing). Recent albums by Heroine Sheiks. Journey to the End of the Knife.
Siamese Pipe is the second album by The Heroine Sheiks, released on October 1, 2002, by Rubric Records. All tracks written by Shannon Selberg and The Heroine Sheiks, except "My Boss" by Tucumcari Rattlers and "Little Schoolgirl" by Sonny Boy Williamson. Eric Eble – bass guitar, keyboards on "My Boss". Shannon Selberg – vocals, keyboards, bugle. Norman Westberg – guitar. Production and additional personnel. Greg Gordon – production, mixing, recording.
The Heroine Sheiks - 2002 - Siamese Pipe/The Heroine Sheiks - Siamese Pipe. The Heroine Sheiks - 2002 - Siamese Pipe/09 - Best Enemies. The Heroine Sheiks - 2002 - Siamese Pipe/Siamese Pipe. The Heroine Sheiks - 2002 - Siamese Pipe/06 - My Boss. The Heroine Sheiks - 2002 - Siamese Pipe/03 - 3-Banger. The Heroine Sheiks - 2002 - Siamese Pipe/10 - Mas Suicide. The Heroine Sheiks - 2002 - Siamese Pipe/04 - Let It Di. lac - 2. 6. The Heroine Sheiks - 2002 - Siamese Pipe/01 - Army Brat.
It is entirely possible to not enjoy the other aforementioned albums and love this or like them and not this or love them all. The other side, I guess you you could not like any of them, but really dude, at that point you are just being a dick.
The Heroine Sheiks was a New York, United States-based noise rock band until early 2006, when the band called it quits. It began in 1999 as a collaboration of Shannon Selberg, George Porfiris, Norman Westberg and John Fell. Selberg emerged as a major songwriter in the complete history of the band whose sound was darker and more sinister than his previous work in The Cows.