Wendy O. Williams – W.O.W.
W.O.W. is Wendy O. Williams’ debut studio album after the breakup of the Plasmatics
Reissued on vinyl for the first time
A hard rock album influenced by heavy metal, which marks a musical departure from Williams’ previous material with Plasmatics
Seen at the time as a departure from the sound that made the Plasmatics great and more of a Kiss album because of the fusion of nearly all the members of Kiss and Gene Simmons who produced and played bass on the 1984 album as well as co-writing some of the songs
Was named “Album of the Year” in Kerrang! Magazine when released in 1984
Features 10 tracks, including the lead single It’s My Life
For many, Wendy O. Williams was the first female face of punk rock. As the lead singer of the Plasmatics, Williams proved a woman could dish out on-stage mayhem as well as any man — hoisting a chainsaw or a sledgehammer, Williams routinely destroyed guitars, smashed televisions, blew up automobiles, and generally left a trail of destruction in her wake. Williams created a vision of a wildly empowered outlaw woman whose echoes would be felt in music and culture long after the Plasmatics called it quits.
I Love Sex (And Rock And Roll)
It’s My Life
Thief in the Night
Opus In Cm7
Ready to Rock
Bump And Grind
Legends Never Die
Ain’t None Of Your Business