Sieg Howdy! was released in 2005 on Alternative Tentacles Records.
It is the second release by Jello Biafra and The Melvins, and consists of songs recorded during the same sessions that produced their first collaboration Never Breathe What You Can't See but not used on that album, as well as four remixes of songs from that album.
The opening track, a cover of the Alice Cooper classic "Halo Of Flies", has special significance for Biafra and The Melvins, as Biafra had heard The Melvins cover it when he first witnessed the group perform live.
Also featured on the album is an updated version of "California Über Alles" with new lyrics by Biafra about the recall campaign that placed Arnold Schwarzenegger in the California governor's office, as well as "Those Dumb Punk Kids (Will Buy Anything)", a song where Biafra openly criticizes his former Dead Kennedys bandmates.
The remix of "Enchanted Thoughtfist" is the first time Biafra and his fellow co-conspirator in Lard, Al Jourgensen of Ministry, have collaborated on a recording since the sessions for Pure Chewing Satisfaction and 70's Rock Must Die.
A numbered edition of 50 was released that included signatures of the artist, Camille Rose Garcia, as well as signatures of the Melvins and Jello Biafra.
- "Halo of Flies" (Cooper/Smith/Dunaway/Bruce/Buxton) – 7:43
- "Lighter Side Of Global Terrorism" (Extended Space-Melt Version) (words: Biafra, music: Osborne) – 7:55
- "Lessons In What Not To Become" (words & music: Biafra) – 4:05
- "Those Dumb Punk Kids (Will Buy Anything)" (words: Biafra, music: Osborne) – 3:14
- "Wholly Buy Bull" (words: Biafra, music: Osborne) – 2:33
- "Voted Off The Island" (words & music: Biafra) – 0:50
- "Kal-Fornia Über Alles 21st Century (live)" (words: Biafra/Greenway; music: Biafra) – 3:18
- "Dawn Of The Locust (March Of The Locusts Deadverse Remix)" (words: Biafra, music: Osborne) – 5:40
- "Enchanted Thoughtfist (Enchanted Al Remix)]]" (words: Biafra, music: Osborne) – 5:08
- "Caped Crusader (Subway Gas/Hello Kitty Mix)" (words: Biafra, music: Biafra/Osborne) – 7:33
- Jello Biafra (credited as J Lo) - Vocals
- Buzz Osborne (credited as Kim Jong Buzzo) - Guitar, Backing Vocals
- Kevin Rutmanis (credited as Kevin Rutmaninoff) - Bass
- Dale Crover (credited as Dale E. Sitty) - Drums, Backing Vocals
- Adam Jones - Guitar on tracks 3, 7, 8, 9 and 10
- David Scott Stone (credited as Dave "The Incredible Hulk" Stone) - Bass on track 7, Backing Vocals
- Mike Scaccia - Additional guitar on track 9
- Marshall Lawless - Backing Vocals, Producer
- Ali G. North - Backing Vocals, Producer
- Jesse Luscious - Backing Vocals
- Lady Monster - Backing Vocals
- Tom 5 - Backing Vocals
- Adrienne Droogas - Backing Vocals
- John the Baker - Backing Vocals
- Loto Ball - Backing Vocals
- Wendy-O-Matic - Backing Vocals
- Johnny NoMoniker - Backing Vocals
- Toshi Kasai - Engineer
- Matt Kelley - Engineer
- Andy Gregg - Live sound and recording on track 7 (Seattle, WA: 12/30/04)
- Shawn Simmons - Live sound and recording on track 7 (Seattle, WA: 12/30/04)
- Jack Endino - Mixing on track 7
- Al Jourgensen - Remixing on track 9
- Marco A. Ramirez - Engineer on track 9
- Dälek - Remixing on track 8
- Deaf Nephews (Dale Crover & Toshi Kasai) - Remixing on track 10
- Camille Rose Garcia - Illustrations
- Mackie Osborne - Design