Wall Of Voodoo


Wall of Voodoo was a rock/new wave band from Los Angeles that became famous during the early 1980s. Their best known songs include the quirky "Mexican Radio" (1983). Members included Marc Moreland (guitar), Chas T. Grey (keyboards, bass), Joe Nanini (drums, percussion), and lead singer Stan Ridgway (harmonica, keyboards, guitar).

Best known songs (with years) include:

  • Mexican Radio (1983)

Pop charts debut year: 1983

Years active: 1977-1988, 2006

Genres: New wave, post-punk, alternative rock, dark wave, industrial rock, cowpunk

Labels: I.R.S.

Website: wallofvoodoo.net


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