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Kommander Of Kaos
Plasmatics with Wendy O'Williams
Kommander Of Kaos
Genres: Alternative Rock, Pop, Rock, Metal
2003 reissue of the late Plasmatics' front-person's 1986 album. Pressed onto a picture disc. Powerage label.


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All Artists: Plasmatics with Wendy O'Williams
Title: Kommander Of Kaos
Members Wishing: 6
Total Copies: 0
Label: Plasmatic Media
Release Date: 10/3/2000
Album Type: Explicit Lyrics
Genres: Alternative Rock, Pop, Rock, Metal
Styles: Hardcore & Punk, Progressive, Progressive Rock
Number of Discs: 1
SwapaCD Credits: 1
UPC: 663609010421


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2003 reissue of the late Plasmatics' front-person's 1986 album. Pressed onto a picture disc. Powerage label.

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jdbnstl | mo. | 04/28/2005
(5 out of 5 stars)

"The ABSOLOUTE BEST Heavy Metal/Punk EVER! A MUST. AN ABSOLOUTE MUST!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Wendy is in her finest hour singing the autobiographical Bad Girl and Hoy Hey Live TO Rock. Never Aprreciated for the raw realness this album reeked! GET IT!!!!"
JUAN MARTIN GABASTOU | Weston Hills, FL United States | 08/12/2005
(4 out of 5 stars)

"This album has nothing to do with the one that Gene Simmons produced for Wendy.This is fast and raw,in yer face,dirty sounding,high octane punkcore/heavy metal with Wendy at her shouting best !!!! The drumming is astonishing,it will floor you guaranteed !!!Features the mandatory Motorhead cover JAILBAIT (way better than the original version) and live track (of much better sound quality) which Wendy starts out with a speech on ¨straight people¨that'll make you laugh your head off.More like early Plasmatics than anything else,but I had to take a star off the 5 it would deserve if the sound were as good as that on the Plasmatics records.It has little treble and suffers from dinamic compression,guitar is low in the mix and has a muddy,kinda muffled sound.Bottom end,on the other hand is BIG.This is one hell of a raw record anyway."
zzzeitgeist | Detroit, MI | 09/12/2007
(5 out of 5 stars)

"This newly remastered release of this classic Wendy O.album is even better than the original. The sound on the original was so huge (recorded in an "airplane hangar") that sometimes Wendy's vocals, which are absolutely some of her best ever were fighting with the mix. Here the new mastering let's you hear more of her power without losing the hugeness of the whole sound. Play this one loud; it's immense. The musicianship is extraordinary. What is particulalry unique about this album which seems to have been missed by some people is that this is the only time, except at the very, very beginning of her career that Wendy performed with a 3 piece band. The Plasmatics after their initial outings were always a 4 piece. In the ealry days the musicianship wasn't good enough to pull this off. The group always need the stalwart Wes Beech to keep the thing together. But now Wendy had the musical talent behind her and when Wes needed to take a sabbatical they decided to go out as three piece...pure and VERY powerful. Wes co-produced the album with Rod Swenson but didn't play on it. The songs are lightning fast, and amazing. This is as fast or faster than any of the earlier Plasmatics records but the music is way more complex, making it a real listening orgy of intricate screaming sound. Highlights are certianly 'Goin ' Wild', 'Party', and "F&&k That Booty". This one rocks! In Gleen O'Brian's review in Interview Mag at the time he said this record totall "blows Motely Crew and all the rest away!" and it certainly does."