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Wall Of Voodoo

Wall Of Voodoo

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Wall of Voodoo: Separating The Myths From The Lies

Profile and Interview by Mark Leviton, BAM, 21 November 1980

HOLLYWOOD – They warned me. They all warned me. The woman at Index Records warned me. The disc jockey who interviewed them on the air ...

Wall Of Voodoo

Profile and Interview by Betsy Sherman, Boston Rock, 30 April 1981

DURING THEIR second set at the Rat, L.A. band Wall of Voodoo broke into a medley of soundtrack themes from classic spaghetti westerns, even including ...

A Nagging Question: What’s Behind The Wall Of Voodoo?

Report by Don Snowden, Los Angeles Reader, 25 May 1981

ONE OF THE prime joys of being an ardent music fan is the sense of exhilaration that runs through you when you stumble on something ...

Wall of Voodoo: Dark Continent (I.R.S. SP 70022)

Review by Richard Cromelin, Los Angeles Times, 17 January 1982


Wall Of Voodoo: Call Of The West (Illegal)

Review by Edwin Pouncey, Sounds, 23 October 1982

THE LIGHTED office door on the cover of the second Wall Of Voodoo album is sealed shut while the tumbleweed haunted mists of Western legend ...

Wall of Voodoo: Oddballs Amok in the Melting Pot

Interview by J.D. Considine, Musician, July 1983

MARTY ROBBINS has just ridden back into El Paso to see his beloved Felina, and is met instead by a vengeful posse. The lights go ...

Wall of Voodoo's Off Sound Track Betting

Profile and Interview by Richard Riegel, Creem, August 1983

Caricatures Shown Not Intended To Depict Artemia Salina ...

Wall Of Voodoo: Marquee, London

Live Review by Helen Fitzgerald, Melody Maker, 1 December 1984


Stan Ridgway: A Wall of Voodoo-er Loses it at the Movies & Finds it at the Clubhouse

Interview by Alan di Perna, Musician, February 1986

THE CLUBHOUSE is up on the fourth floor of an office building Raymond Chandler might have called "reasonably shabby" fifty years ago. It's on a ...

Wall Of Voodoo: Paradise Theater, Boston

Live Review by Jim Sullivan, The Boston Globe, 30 March 1993

STANARD RIDGWAY, Wall of Voodoo's main singer and songwriter, leads his characters into a lot of sticky predicaments and he doesn't often lead them out. ...

see also Stan Ridgway


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