Skew Siskin

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Skew Siskin are a German hard rock band best known for their 1992 song "If the Walls Could Talk", which was a minor hit on MTV.

Fronted by Nina C. Alice, Siskin have been through many lineup changes over their career with Jim Voxx being the only other consistent member. Siskin have released six studio albums and one compilation album in their career since 1992.

Lemmy from Motörhead has often contributed to Siskin albums, and Siskin have contributed to his in progress solo album.[1] Siskin toured with Motorhead in 2010.


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  1. ^ MOTÖRHEAD's LEMMY Records Second 'Solo' Track With SKEW SISKIN - Dec. 28, 2003