Wendy O. Williams

Wendy Orlean Williams

Also known as W. Orlean Williams, W.O.W, Wendy, Wendy "O" Williams, Wendy 'O' Williams, Wendy O Williams, Wendy O'Williams, Wendy O.Williams, Wendy Orlean Williams, Wendy Orleans Williams, Wendy Williams, Wendy"O"Williams
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Discography of Wendy O. Williams:

# Release title Total tracks Type of release is Imprint date Label
1 Mistress Of Taboo 9 Audio 1987 Capitol Records
2 Stand By Your Man 3 Audio 1982 Bronze Records (2)
3 Maggots: The Record 16 Audio 1987
4 Maggots: The Record 12 Audio 2003 Powerage
5 Maggots: The Record 19 Audio 1987 Profile Records
6 Maggots: The Record 16 Audio 1987 GWR Records
7 It's My Life 2 Audio 1984 Roadrunner Records
8 It's My Life 3 Audio 1984 Passport Records
9 It's My Life 2 Audio 1984 Bernett Records
10 Maggots: The Record 19 Audio 1987 GWR Records
11 Kommander Of Kaos 9 Audio 2003 Powerage
12 WOW 9 Audio 2000 Plasmatics Media, Inc.
13 WOW 9 Audio 2003 Powerage
14 A Retrospective 11 Audio 2003 Powerage
15 Kommander Of Kaos 9 Audio 1986 Dream Records (4)
16 WOW 9 Audio 1984
17 Maggots: The Record 19 Audio 1987 GWR Records
18 WOW 9 Audio 1984 Roadrunner Records
19 WOW 9 Audio 1984 Sword
20 Kommander Of Kaos 9 Audio 2000 Plasmatics Media, Inc.
21 Ten Years Of Revolutionary Rock And Roll The DVD 2 Audio 2006
22 WOW 9 Audio 1984 Passport Records
23 Kommander Of Kaos 9 Audio 1988 Steamhammer
24 Kommander Of Kaos 9 Audio 1986 Gigasaurus
25 Maggots: The Record 19 Audio 1987 Profile Records
26 Live-Bump ' N ' Grind 12 Audio 2006 Cherry Red Films
27 Kommander Of Kaos 9 Audio 1986 G.B.B.S. Records
28 Kommander Of Kaos 9 Audio 1986 Vap Inc.
29 WOW 9 Audio 1984 Bernett Records
30 Stand By Your Man 3 Audio 2010
31 Hardrock Heartbeats 32 Audio 2006 Subversive Rock Productions
32 Wow 9 Audio 1993 Armando Curcio Editore
33 Live! - Terror Unleashed... 12 Audio 1986 Embassy Home Entertainment
34 Wow 9 Audio 1992 Armando Curcio Editore
35 Live 12 Audio 1985 CMV


Wendy O. Williams (May 28, 1949 – April 6, 1998) was the lead singer for the punk band the Plasmatics, whose stage theatrics included blowing-up equipment, near nudity and chain-sawing guitars.

Dubbed "The Queen of Shock Rock," Williams was widely considered as a controversial and radical female singer. She often sported a trademark Mohawk haircut.

Williams was nominated in 1985 for a Grammy in the Best Female Rock Vocal category during the height of her band's popularity.


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