|#||Release title||Total tracks||Type of release is||Imprint date||Label|
|1||Kunkonuhunu||7||Audio||1980||Makossa International Records|
|2||Abokyi||8||Audio||1977||BHM (Brobisco House Of Music)|
|3||Awoo Ne Awo||5||Audio||1977|
|4||One Man Thousand Live In London||7||Audio||1988||World Circuit|
|5||The Best Of Alex Konadu Vol. 2||14||Audio||System 77 Productions|
|6||Odo Ma Yenka Ntam||10||Audio||1978||Makossa International Records|
|7||Nsadwase||12||Audio||BHM (Brobisco House Of Music)|
|8||Nsa Dwa Se||13||Audio||BHM (Brobisco House Of Music)|
|9||Okafo Didi||7||Audio||1978||Makossa International Records|
|11||Nkrabea||8||Audio||1980||BHM (Brobisco House Of Music)|
|12||Live In Toronto Vol. 2||6||Audio||1990||Rite-Time Productions|
|13||Bo Me Dua Ma Menwu||3||Audio||1981||BHM (Brobisco House Of Music)|
Alex Konadu was born in 1950 at Adwumakase Kese in the Kwabere No.3 District of Ashanti. The First Band which he joined was the Akwaboah's Band, with which he remained for 3 years before leaving to become the lead vocalist of the Happy Brothers Band. After two years Kwabena went 'solo' for some time, composing and practicing until he invited Mr. A.K.Brobbey -record dealer and producer- to listen to his rehearsals and he got signed and Brobbey organised a band. With their new, very uptempo guitar Highlife they had instand succes. During the Entertaiment Critics and Reviewers Association's Honor to Deserving Artist the Band was Judged 'the Best Guitar of the Year 1976 of Ghana"
Wonderful Alex Kwabena Konadu, One Man 1000, The People's Choice Band released many records over a long period.
Alex Kwabena Konadu died in Kumasi on January 18, 2011.