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Album Wipers - The Herd

  • Performer: Wipers
  • Title: The Herd
  • Size MP3 ver: 2420 mb
  • Size FLAC ver: 1971 mb
  • Country: US
  • Date of release: 1996
  • Style: Garage Rock, Post-Punk, Punk
  • # Catalog: TK95CDP114
  • Label: Tim/Kerr Records
  • Rating: 4.5 of 5
  • Genre: Rock
Album Wipers - The Herd


1The Herd4:01


  • ArtworkGalen Showman
  • Design [Assistance], Layout [Assistance]Servo
  • Producer, Recorded By, Written-ByGreg Sage


Produced & Recorded at Zeno Recorders, Phoenix, Arizona

From the forthcoming Tim Kerr Records CD & LP "The Herd"


  • Licensed From – Zeno Records
  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Tim/Kerr Records, Inc.



The Herd is the eighth studio album by punk rock band Wipers, released in 1996 by the TimKerr. The album was written, produced and recorded by Sage at his own Zeno Studios in Phoenix, Arizona. All songs written by Greg Sage. Psychic Vampire 3:42. No Place Safe 4:02. Last Chance 3:25. Wind the Clock Slowly 3:28. The Herd 4:01. Stormy 3:14. Green Light Legion 3:14. The Herd - Wipers. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. Listen free to Wipers The Herd Psychic Vampire, No Place Safe and more. 12 tracks 42:44. 1996 studio album by Wipers. The Herd. Studio album by. Wipers chronology. Silver Sail 1993. The Herd 1996. Power in One 1999. Band Name Wipers. Album Name The Herd. Type Album. Released date 1996. Labels Tim Kerr Records. Music StylePunk-Rock. Members owning this album0. Psychic Vampire. No Place Safe. Last Chance. Wind The Clock Slowly. Green Light Legion. People in the neighbourhood assumed the Wipers would be the next big thing after Nirvana broke Kurt Cobain admitted to being powerfully affected by Sage's style, but they underestimated Sage's tenacity in upholding his ideals. The record company said, 'You're big business 1996 12 Songs. Punk Herd. Released February 20, 1996. The Herd Tracklist. Psychic Vampire Lyrics. The Herd Q&A. Track listing. Raining blows all over the place, particularly on the first five songs, The Herd reveals a man with aural fire burning in his fingers. A mixture of aggression, moxie, mastery, and doomsday warnings, the LP thunders right from its opening snare crack, on the astonishing, staggering Psychic Vampire. For the entire 43 minutes thereafter, Sage piles on outrageous, piercing guitar runs on feral, short passage after passage, the strings bending brutally under the strain of Sage's wild left hand

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