Pigeonhed

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Pigeonhed
Origin Seattle, Washington
Genres Funk, soul, trip hop, and lo-fi
Years active 1993 - 1997
Labels Sub Pop
Associated acts Steve Fisk
Satchel
Brad
Past members Shawn Smith
Steve Fisk

Pigeonhed was a Seattle-area band that combined elements of funk, soul, trip hop, and lo-fi. The band was a collaboration of Shawn Smith and Steve Fisk that lasted from 1993 to 1997 and produced three albums. Soundgarden's Kim Thayil provided significant instrumental contributions to each album. They are best known for their Prince homage "Battle Flag", which, as remixed by Lo Fidelity Allstars, enjoyed brief popularity in US and UK clubs and indie radio stations.

Pigeonhed recently reunited and will be releasing their 'lost' album from 2001 entitled 'De Colores' on Fin Records in 2014.

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