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Submitted by level 21 Eagles (2011-11-19)
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Plasmatics

a.k.a.ex-WOW
CountryUnited States
Formed1978, New York
Disbanded1998
GenresPunk, Heavy Metal
LabelsGigasaurus Records

Line-up (members)

  • Ray Callahan : Drums
  • Wendy O. Williams : Vocals (1978-1998) (R.I.P. 1998)
  • Wes Beech : Guitars (1979-?)
  • Chris "Junior" Romanelli : Bass (1981-?)
  • Michael Ray : Guitars (1983-?)

Former members

  • Osao Chosei Funahara : Bass (1978-1980)
  • Stu Deutsch : Drums (1978-1981)
  • Richie Stotts : Guitars (1978-1983)
  • Jean Beauvoir : Bass (1980-1981)
  • Neal Smith : Drums (1981)
  • Joey Reese : Drums (1981)
  • Tony Petri : Drums (1981)
  • T.C. Tolliver : Drums (1982)
  • Greg Smith : Bass (1984)
  • Reginald Van Helsing (Gene Simmons) : Bass (1984)
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Plasmatics Discography

Album title Lyrics Type Release date Rating Votes Reviews
EP - 00
Plasmatics - New Hope for the Wretched Lyrics Studio - 00
EP - 00
Plasmatics - Beyond the Valley of 1984 Lyrics Studio - 00
EP - 00
Plasmatics - Coup d'État Lyrics Studio - 00
Split - 00
WOW - WOW Lyrics Studio - 00
EP - 00
Video - 00
WOW - Kommander of Kaos Studio - 00
Plasmatics - Maggots: the Record Lyrics Studio - 00
Wendy O. Williams Ultrafly and the Hometown Girls - Deffest! and Baddest! Lyrics Studio 60 10
Video - 00

Best Plasmatics Songs

Song titleAlbum titleRatingVotes
1Rulers of Rock (1988) 751
2$10,000,000 Winner (1988) 751
3Super Jock Guy (1988) 701
4Early Days (1988) 701
5The Humpty Song (1988) 701
6Know Wa'm Say'n? (1988) 701
7Lies (1988) 701
8La La Land (1988) 701
9On the IRT (1988) 651
10Laffing 'n' Scratching (1988) 651
Additional notes
Wendy O. Williams committed suicide on April 6th 1998 and died of a self-inflicted gunshot wound. She had reportedly been despondent for some time.

Between 1984 and 1986 Wendy O. Williams had to release albums and singles (including most of The Plasmatics members) under her own name (or WOW) because of licensing difficulties with the name The Plasmatics.

After some years she could release the "Maggots" LP under the name "Wendy O. Williams & Plasmatics."

She also appeared as an actress in the motion picture "Reform School Girls". The Soundtrack (1986 / Rhino Records) for this B-movie includes four Plasmatics/WOW Songs:
* "Reform School Girls"
* "Bad Girls"
* "Goin Wild"
* "It's My Life"

The single that features Lemmy is not a official Plasmatics release but is often listed in their discography.
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