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Wipers

The Wipers were a punk rock group formed in Portland, Oregon in 1977 by guitarist/vocalist Greg Sage, drummer Sam Henry and bassistDaveKoupal.While the band's lineup changed many times, Sage remained a constant member and is chiefly responsible for their distinctive sound.TheWipers havebeen influential to many musicians, including the Melvins, Sonic Youth, Nirvana, J Mascis and Steve Albini.

Similar Bands: Greg Sage, Suicide, Dead Moon, Ramones, Bloody Gears

LPs
The Power in One
1999

2.4
16 Votes
The Herd
1996

3
18 Votes
Silver Sail
1993

3.1
19 Votes
The Circle
1988

3.3
19 Votes
Follow Blind
1987

3.4
22 Votes
Land of the Lost
1986

3.7
37 Votes
Over the Edge
1983

4.2
142 Votes
Youth of America
1981

4.3
232 Votes
Is This Real?
1980

4.2
182 Votes
EPs
Alien Boy
1980

3.9
18 Votes
Better Off Dead
1978

3.3
2 Votes
Live Albums
Wipers Live
1985

3.7
5 Votes
Compilations
Out Takes
2010

3.5
2 Votes
Wipers Box Set
2001

4.8
8 Votes
The Best of Wipers and Greg Sage
1990

3.7
3 Votes

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