Wipers – Is This Real? (1980), Youth of America (1981), and Over the Edge (1983)

The Cobain 50

Dusty Henry and Martin Douglas dive into the three albums by the Portland band Wipers, the band with the most entries on Kurt's list (unless you count "anything by Kleenex").

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Dusty Henry and Martin Douglas dive into the three albums by the Portland band Wipers, the band with the most entries on Kurt's list (unless you count "anything by Kleenex"). Greg Sage's melodic punk riffs not only inspired Nirvana, but also other Northwest bands before them, including The Melvins and Mudhoney. 

Hosts: Dusty Henry and Martin Douglas
Audio Producers: Dusty Henry and Roddy Nikpour
Podcast Manager: Isabel Khalili
Editorial Director: Larry Mizell Jr. 

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