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Screamin' Sirens

Screamin' Sirens

Screamin' Sirens


The Screamin' Sirens were an all-women cowpunk band from Hollywood, California. They featured Rosie Flores, Pleasant Gehman, and Miiko Watanabe. Other members included Diane "Boom-Boom" Dixon, Fur Dixon, Laura Bandit and Casey Gomez. They were pretty notorious on the Hollywood scene for hard-partying and always putting on a rowdy show. The Sirens also appeared in a film called The Runnin' Kind in which they starred alongside Brie Howard, of Fanny. Howard also played with the band live after the movie was shot. Read more on Last.fm
The Screamin' Sirens were an all-women cowpunk band from Hollywood, California. They featured Rosie Flores, Pleasant Gehman, and Miiko Watanabe. Other members included Diane "Boom-Boom" Dixon, Fur Dixon, Laura Bandit and Casey Gomez. They were pretty notorious on the Hollywood scene for hard-partying and always putting on a rowdy show.

The Sirens also appeared in a film called The Runnin' Kind in which they starred alongside Brie Howard, of Fanny. Howard also played with the band live after the movie was shot. After they broke up, Casey Gomez went on to become the original drummer for Paisley Underground turned Sunset Strip rockers the Pandoras. She appears on their debut EP, I'm Here, I'm Gone, as well as their first album, It's About Time.

Miiko Watanabe and Brie Howard went on to join American Girls, with actress Hilary Shepard; the band was originally intended as a film project, but the movie was scrapped and the band eventually grew into it's own entity. They were signed to IRS, but compared constantly to label mates, the Go-Go's. Pleasant Gehman went on to write articles for L.A. Weekly and Spin as well as several books, and belly dance under the name "Princess Farhana".

She also has a documentary about her, titled Underbelly. Rosie Flores has gone on to be a successful rockabilly singer, with 10 albums under her belt. She has toured with Wanda Jackson, has appeared on Late Night with Conan O'Brien, and in Austin, Texas, August 31 is Rosie Flores Day. Albums: Fiesta! (1984, Enigma) Voodoo (1987, Restless Records) Singles: "The Runnin' Kind"/ "Maniac" (1984, Enigma En Español (songs in Spanish) "Your Good Girl's Gonna Go Bad"/ "The Runnin' Kind" (1984, Beach Culture) Compilations/Soundtracks: "Ugly & Slouchy" on The Sound of Hollywood, Vol II: Women (1983, Mystic Records) "Black and White Thunderbird" on Rodney on the Roq (1983) "The Runnin' Kind" and "Your Good Girl's Gonna Go Bad" on Hell Comes to Your House (1983, Enigma) "(You Make Me A) Maniac" on Enigma Variations (1985, Enigma) "Little White Lies" on Radio Tokyo Tapes (1986, Chameleon Records) "Heartbreak Train" on Thrasher Magazine compilation Skate Rock! (1986, High Speed Productions) "Your Good Girl's Gonna Go Bad" on Revenge of the Killer Pussies (1986, Anagram Psychobilly) "Love Slave" on the soundtrack for Reform School Girls (1987, Rhino Records) Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..

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