Limp Richerds

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Limp Richerds
Origin Seattle, Washington, U.S.
Genres Hardcore punk
Noise rock
Years active 1981–1987
Associated acts Spluii Numa
Green River
Mr. Epp and the Calculations
Past members Dave Middleton
Ross Maxwell Guffy
Charles Quain
Werner Cooke
Greg Billings
Scott Schickler
Mark Arm
Steve Turner

Limp Richerds were a hardcore punk rock band from Seattle, Washington which featured Mark Arm and Steve Turner (later of Mudhoney and Green River) in one of their many lineups. They formed around 1981, but ceased to be a serious band in 1984, and finally split in 1987. The original lineup was Dave Middleton (vocals), Ross Guffy (percussion), Charles Quain (guitar), and Greg Billings (bass). The band was centered on the vocals and songwriting of Dave Middleton.


  • "Bob Hope's USO El Salvador Show 1983" on the Public Doesn't Exist cassette compilation
  • "Death to Ivars" and "Non-Conformity Sox (live)" on the What Syndrome cassette compilation
  • "My Dad Forgot His Rubber and I Was the Result" on the Sub Pop 9 cassette compilation
  • split '7"' with A Rancid Vat (fake 7" single that came with a cassette of material by both bands)

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