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Wall of Voodoo was a New Wave/Alternative rock group from Los Angeles, California, United States best known for the 1983 hit "Mexican Radio". The band's best known lineup consists of Stan Ridgway (vocals, keyboards), Marc Moreland (guitar), Chas Gray (bass, vocals) and Joe Nanini (drums). The band had a sound that was a fusion of synthesizer-based New Wave music with the spaghetti western soundtrack style of Ennio Morricone.

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  • Avatar for Runoflife
    Reminds me of Devo but more melodic.
  • Avatar for candlaero
    Los Angeles' sardonic Wall of Voodoo
  • Avatar for Foresterregn
    господи боже мой 10 из 10
  • Avatar for belphegoria
    Celtic Frost brought me to this band. Ridgeway all the way
  • Avatar for YuliaDiadko
    Хватило одного альбома, чтобы понять, насколько это круто.
  • Avatar for activewaste
    I do still wonder how almost all WoV fans are only fans of the Ridgway era. I mean "Far side of Crazy", "mona", "room with a view", "blackboard sky", "museums", Tragic Vaudeville", "hollywood the second time", "chains of luck", "country of man", "grass is greener", "ain't my day". These are masterpieces
  • Avatar for HaHaHaYoureDead
    группа настолько своеобразная, насколько же и недооцененная
  • Avatar for YasamanSixX
    mexican radio is one the onky songs that is 100/100 in my opinion
  • Avatar for jonodude
    Finally gave "Sammystown" and "Happy Planet" a listen after consciously ignoring them for so long (since the Ridgway albums are so divine), and they weren't too bad. I liked Sammystown for the most part, but Happy Planet didn't stick out so much save for a couple tracks here and there. I have yet to give the live album a listen.
  • Avatar for garynotrashcoug
    I wish I was in Tijuana (eating barbequed iguana)

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