The NIP DRIVERS were an American punk rock band formed in 1980 in
Torrance, California . The band was the brainchild of lead singer Mike
Webber, and for a time included guitarist Kurt Schellenbach, Janus
Jones on bass, and Nick Passiglia on drums, though the lineup at any
given time was fluid. They played fast hardcore punk, often infused
with humor and a total lack of political correctness. In addition to
their own compositions, they recorded sometimes improbable covers of
pop hits such as
After a period of inactivity, Webber emerged with an all-new line-up in the 1990s. In 2000, the 1980s LPs were reissued on CD.
* 1 Discography
* 1.1 Compilation appearances
* 2 References * 3 External links
* Destroy Whitey (12" EP, 1984, New Alliance Records ) * Oh Blessed Freak Show (LP, 1985, Bemisbrain/Enigma ) * Nip Drivers (7” EP, 1990, No Reality—this is sometimes referred to as the ‘’Pretty Face’’ EP) * Dirt My Hole (7” EP, 1995, Fearless) * Destroy Whitey/Oh Blessed Freak Show (CD reissue, 2000, Taang! Records)
* Party or Go Home (1983, Mystic Records )
* Includes "Tang"
* Desperate Teenage Lovedolls (1984, Enigma)
* Includes "Fox on the Run "
* When Men were Men... and Sheep were Scared (1985, Bemisbrain)
* Includes “Rio ” and “E.Y.O.B.”
* Nip Drivers