Chips Kiesbye

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Chips Kiesbye
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Kiesby (second from the left) performing live with his band Sator.
Background information
Birth name Mats Gerhard Kiesbye
Genres Garage rock, rock, garage punk, punk rock, garage rock revival, power pop, psychedelic rock, pop, skate punk
Occupation(s) Musician, songwriter, record producer, recording engineer
Instruments Vocals, guitar
Years active 1981–present
Labels Psychout Records,
Associated acts Sator, The Hellacopters, Millencolin, Sahara Hotnights, The Nomads, Wilmer X, Thåström
Website Sator Website
Notable instruments
Gibson Les Paul

Chips Kiesbye is the guitarist and vocalist for the Swedish rock band Sator formed in the late 1980s in Borlänge.[1] Kiesbye is also successful music producer and have worked with several of Swedens most successful rock bands and artists such as The Hellacopters, Millencolin, Thåström, Sahara Hotnights, Wilmer X and many others.[2]

Selected discography[edit]

With Sator

  • Slammer! – (1988)
  • Stock Rocker Nuts! – (1990)
  • Headquake – (1992)
  • Barbie-Q-Killers vol. 1 – (1994)
  • Stereo – (1995)
  • Musical differences – (1998)
  • Basement Noise – (2006)
  • Live at Sticky Fingers 2006 – (2007)

Production and studio work

  • Blue For Two – Songs From A Pale & Bitter Moon (1988)
  • Psychotic Youth – Some Fun (1989)
  • The Nomads – Sonically Speaking (1991)
  • Thåström – Xplodera Mig 2000 (1991)
  • Psychotic Youth – ...Be in the Sun... (1992)
  • Blue For Two – International (1993)
  • Blue For Two – Earbound (1994)
  • Mutts – Mutts (1996)
  • Misdemeanor – You're Nothing (And You Know It) (1998)
  • The Hellacopters – High Visibility (2000)
  • Robert Johnson and Punchdrunks – Fried on the Altar of Good Taste (2000)
  • Sahara Hotnights – Jennie Bomb (2001)
  • The Hellacopters – By The Grace of God (2002)
  • Dozer – Call It Conspiracy (2003)
  • The Hellacopters – Strike Like Lightning (2004)
  • Wilmer X – 4X4 (2005)
  • The Hellacopters – Rock & Roll Is Dead (2005)
  • Millencolin – Kingwood (2005)
  • Southern Voodoo – Devil's Drive (2007)
  • The Hellacopters – Head Off (2008)
  • Kitto – Unlearn Your Generation (2009)
  • The Billy Pilgrims – Where's the goddamn revolution (2009)

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