Sometimes I (Live) - Plasmatics (2) - The Early Years (CD)


  1. WENDY O. WILLIAMS - F AND ROLL LIVE Limited Edition Red Vinyl. Classic Wendy O. LIVE EP Fuck and Roll Limited Red Vinyl Special Edition. Recorded live at L'Amour's ("Rock Capitol of the World") in , EP features title track "Fuck and Roll", and also includes live versions "Ain't None of Your Business" (with Wendy's famours "Stuffed Banana-Bozos" intro and Bump and Grind live.
  2. The Plasmatics were an American punk band formed by Yale University art school graduate Rod Swenson with Wendy O. Williams. The band was a controversial group known for wild live shows that broke countless taboos. In addition to chainsawing guitars, blowing up speaker cabinets and sledgehammering television sets, Williams and the Plasmatics.
  3. The Plasmatics were seen as a novelty item back in the day, and in retrospect it didn't do them justice. Wendy O. Williams deserves recognition as one of the greatest female punk singers of all time, right behind Patti Smith and Debbie Harry. She had a distinct vocal style which made "Sometimes I" and "Butcher Baby" their signature songs/5(25).
  4. Recording. The album was recorded at Dierks Studios, near Cologne, Germany and was produced by Dieter Dierks, who had just come off a number one album with the Scorpions.. Coup d'Etat was a breakthrough album that began to blend the punk and heavy metal genres, something that would later be done time and time again by bands such as S.O.D., Anthrax, and the Cro-Mags by the end of the s.
  5. Album: Early Years, CD1 mp3 download Year: Artist: Plasmatics Quality: High Rating: Plasmatics - Early Years, CD1 album Track listing.
  6. Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about Plasmatics - Coup D'Etat at Discogs. Complete your Plasmatics collection.
  7. Plasmatics and Wendy O. Williams Beyond the Valley of CD. Classic Plasmatics album first released in Foldout insert with famous Caddy demolition in the desert shot by Butch Star. Alice Cooper drummer Neil Smith on drums.
  8. Find Plasmatics credit information on AllMusic. At a time (the late '70s and early '80s) and a place (the New York punk scene) where shocking the audience was often the order of the day, few bands had a greater gift for cultivating outrage than the.

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