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Dont Know What I Am - Wipers - Is This Real? (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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  1. I bought this on vinyl and had never heard it before. I learned of The Wipers thanks to numerous covers by grunge bands of Return of the Rat and D I know alot of 70s and 80s punk, but this is easily the best punk album I've ever heard. It's raw but catchy and better executed than I ever would have expected from any punk band/5(26).
  2. Textured cover, issued with a b&w lyric inner sleeve. Vinyl is solid black. This press omits the Pressed By matrix in the run-outs, S (Side A), and S (Side B)/5(18).
  3. Wipers were a punk rock group formed in Portland, Oregon, United States in by guitarist Greg Sage, drummer Sam Henry and bassist Dave cauganetftelconscualgiestanpanrevulri.coinfos best known for the iconic early 80s album Is This Real?, Wipers were one of the earliest American purveyors of the genre, and the group's tight song structure and use of heavy distortion has been hailed as extremely influential by numerous.
  4. May 06,  · American band Wipers - song "Don't Know What I Am" from their LP "Is This Real?" American band Wipers - song "Don't Know What I Am" from their LP "Is This Real?".
  5. Jan 31,  · Is This Real? is the debut studio album by the Portland, Oregon-based punk rock band Wipers, originally released on vinyl in January by Park Avenue Records. The album was reissued on CD by Sub Pop in , augmented by the three tracks from the Alien Boy EP.. In , it was digitally remastered by Sage and reissued again on his own Zeno Records as part of a 3-CD set, with .
  6. Oct 22,  · 12 videos Play all Wipers "Is This Real?" Full Album Roy Hulland; Wipers - Don't Know What I Am () - Duration: Wipers - Over The Edge Full Vinyl - Duration.
  7. Apr 05,  · 2nd pressing of LP: matrices with "S" / "S" added, single defined ring on labels is cm in diameter. This pressing is identical to the 1st pressing in terms of the label design (still with "Side +" / "Side -", not Side A / Side B), same /5(90).
  8. Is This Real?, an Album by Wipers. Released in January on Park Avenue (catalog no. P.A. ; Vinyl LP). Genres: Punk Rock.

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