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Godfathers of Amrican Postpunk

If you don't know the Wipers (Portland, Oregon)...this is a great start. Greg Sage and his band have always been undervalued in my opinion. The Wipers were a big influence to loads of bands (a.o. Nirvana, Pixies) and a big part of THE sound of the eighties. Dark and furious but always melodic and addictive. Nothing from their -great!- debut 'Is This Real?' on this Best Of. Yet...this is a good compilation and a great start for those trying to find some fantastic authentic punkmusic.


Formed: 1978 in Portland, OR

Genre: Punk

Years Active: '70s, '80s, '90s, '00s

Misunderstood, mistreated, underrated, and/or just plain unknown, Greg Sage should be mentioned in the first breaths about trailblazing guitarists and U.S. independent music of the '80s and '90s. Since forming his band, Wipers, in Portland, OR, in the late '70s, Sage has been put through the ringer more than enough to justify his hermetic operating methods and attitude. While most of his devout fans consider it a travesty that his name isn't as known as a contemporary like Bob Mould or even an unabashed...
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