|#||Release title||Total tracks||Type of release is||Imprint date||Label|
|1||Leven Na De Dood||2||Audio||1997||EMI|
|2||Leven Na De Dood||3||Audio||1997||EMI|
|5||Leven Na De Dood||2||Audio||1997||EMI|
|6||-Zig-Zag- / U.P.||27||Audio||2000||Soss Music|
|8||Rembrandt 2000||18||Audio||1999||Soss Music|
|9||De Dag Dat De Derde Wereldoorlog Ook Aan Ons Land Niet Onopgemerkt Voorbij Ging||2||Audio||1981|
|12||How The West Got Lost||2||Audio||1982||CBS|
|13||Rond - Piano & Songs||14||Audio||2009-01-00||Superior (2)|
|14||Was It Love||2||Audio||1999||Dureco|
|18||Tem Me Dan||3||Audio||1998||EMI|
|20||Heer Heb Meelij (Met De Belgen)||2||Audio||1997|
|21||Heer Heb Meelij (Met De Belgen)||4||Audio||1997|
Pianist/keyboardist, singer, producer, arranger and songwriter, born 4 February 1950 in Den Haag, Netherlands.
Founding member of [b]Supersister[/b] since 1967. When that group was disbanded in 1974 he joined the [b]Golden Earring[/b] for two years. In 1976 he released an one off project [b]Stars & Stips[/b] and in the same year he was co-founder of [b]Sweet d'Buster[/b]. He left that band in 1979 to form the short-lived [b]Transister[/b]. In 1982 he joined [b]The Nits[/b], a band he left in 1995 but still occasionally performs with. In 1995 he formed his latest group [b]Stips[/b].
Stips has also been active as a producer (most succesfully for [a=Gruppo Sportivo]), recorded several solo albums and often collaborates with comedian [a=Freek de Jonge] since the mid-1990s.