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Wimps - Repeat album

Wimps - Repeat album
  • Performer Wimps
  • Title Repeat
  • Date of release 2013
  • Style Garage Rock, Punk
  • Other formats MMF DXD AC3 AAC ASF AUD AHX
  • Genre Rock
  • Size MP3 1824 mb
  • Size FLAC 1913 mb
  • Rating: 4.9
  • Votes: 716

Repeat by wimps, released 22 January 2013 1. Slept in Late 2. Grump 3. Wet Cardboard 4. Repeat 5. Quit Your Job 6. Hello Frustration 7. UFO 8. Nap 9. Stop Having Fun 10. Old Food 11. Time Suck 12. Trouble Cassette by 1234 Go! Records. Got it. + add. album.

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Premiere: Wimps, Repeat. Seattle three piece Wimps help break the cyclical patterns with the debut of the title track,"Repeat" off their recent released album of the same name from End of Time Records. Directed by bassist Matt Nyce formerly of the disbanded Meth Teeth, who joins his partners in repetitive cycle breakers, Rachel Ratner of Butts and Dave Ramm of The Intelligence, who all continue to break the norms ever since they told us to "Stop Having Fun".

Wimps is a punk rock band from Seattle, Washington formed in 2012. The band includes drummer Dave Ramm (formerly of The Intelligence), guitarist Rachel Ratner, and bassist Matt Nyce. Their debut album, Repeat, was released on End of Time Records in January 2013. In January 2014 the band released a 7-inch record on the micro-label, Help Yourself Records. In August 2015, the band released an EP called Super Me and were voted Best Punk Band of the year in a Best Of Seattle Reader Poll.