The Insaints were an American punk rock group from Modesto and later San Francisco, California, fronted by controversial vocalist Marian Anderson from 1988-1994. She was noted for her powerful and provocative live performances. Before their breakup in 1994, The Insaints had only one official release; Diesel Queens vs. Insaints, a split, double 7-inch. On November 9, 2004 the six tracks from the 1993 EP, along with the four other outtakes from the 1993 recording and nine additional live tracks, were collected and released as a full-length album called Sins of Saints on the Disaster Records label. A documentary about the Insaints and the life of vocalist Marian Anderson, entitled Last Fast Ride: The Life, Love, and Death of a Punk Goddess directed by Lilly Scourtis Ayers and narrated by Henry Rollins, was released in February 2011.