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Wendy O. Williams

Wendy O. Williams

Real/full name:
Wendy Orlean Williams
48 (born May 28th, 1949)
Apr 6th, 1998
Died of:
Suicide by gunshot
Place of origin:
United States (Webster, New York)


Vocalist of metal/shock/punk band, Plasmatics. Known for her stage performances and obscene imagery, for which she was charged once. Some acts on stage included chainsawing guitars, performing almost nude, exploding equipment, etc.


Vocals (1978-1984, 1986-1988)

1978 Butcher Baby / Fast Food Service / Concrete Shoes (EP) Vocals
1979 Dream Lover / Corruption / Want You Baby (Single) Vocals
1979 Meet The Plasmatics (EP) Vocals
1980 New Hope for the Wretched Saxophone, Vocals
1980 Butcher Baby / Tight Black Pants (Single) Vocals
1980 Monkey Suit (Single) Vocals
1980 Butcher Baby (EP) Vocals
1981 Beyond the Valley of 1984 Vocals
1981 Metal Priestess (EP) Vocals
1982 Coup d'État Vocals
1982 The Damned / Stop (Single) Vocals
1982 Stand by Your Man (Split) Vocals
1987 Maggots: The Record Vocals
2002 Coup de Grace (Compilation) Vocals
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Wendy O. Williams

Vocals (1984-1986, 1988)

1984 WOW Vocals
1984 It's My Life (Single) Vocals
1985 Fuck 'n Roll (EP) Vocals
1985 Live! Terror Unleashed / Bump 'n Grind (Video) Vocals
1986 Kommander of Kaos Vocals (lead)
1988 Deffest! and Baddest! Vocals


1986 The Birthday Party (Video) Vocals (track 14)
1990 The Birthday Party (Live album) Vocals (track 13)
1992 The Singles Collection: The Bronze Years 1978-1984 (Compilation) Vocals (track 12) (as "Wendy O'Williams")
1997 Protect the Innocent (Compilation) Vocals (disc 3 track 2) (as "Wendy O Williams")
1998 The Singles Collection: The Bronze Years 1978-1984 (Compilation) Vocals (track 12) (as "Wendy O'Williams")
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