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Sheila and the Insects

Sheila and the Insects

Sheila and the Insects


Sheila and The Insects is an Indie Rock band from Cebu City, Philippines. Officially, the band was named Sheila and the Insects (SATI) in 1994. It's previous name was The End. It's four full album releases to date are: Tangible Rhymes (1999), Plastic Eyes Static Minds (2000), Manipulator (2002), and Flowerfish (2005). They also have a few singles independently released including an Apo Hiking Society cover of the classic "Softly" that was included in the 2-CD + DVD set titled "The Best of Kami nAPO Muna. Read more on Last.fm
Sheila and The Insects is an Indie Rock band from Cebu City, Philippines. Officially, the band was named Sheila and the Insects (SATI) in 1994. It's previous name was The End. It's four full album releases to date are: Tangible Rhymes (1999), Plastic Eyes Static Minds (2000), Manipulator (2002), and Flowerfish (2005).

They also have a few singles independently released including an Apo Hiking Society cover of the classic "Softly" that was included in the 2-CD + DVD set titled "The Best of Kami nAPO Muna. The band is currently on low-profile but still performs a few gigs occasionally in Cebu and Manila. They are currently recording a few singles for independent release this year (2010) Their current lineup has changed little since "Flowerfish", which was the last and most successful album the band released. Current members are: Orven Enoveso on vocals and guitars, Ian Zafra on guitars, Wesley Chiongbian on bass and Jerros Dolino on drums. Read more on Last.fm.

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