Best known for his or her alternative radio basic “Mexican Radio,” Wall structure of Voodoo formed in LA in 1977, originally like a soundtrack business. Led by vocalist/songwriter Stan Ridgway and curved out by guitarist Marc Moreland, bassist/keyboardist Bruce Moreland, keyboardist Chas Grey, and drummer Joe Nanini, the group released its self-titled debut EP in 1980. Using the improvements of bassist Bruce Moreland and his sibling Marc on acoustic guitar (changing Noland), the band’s audio crystallized on 1981’s full-length Dark Continent, which couched Ridgway’s extremely stylized and cinematic narratives — seriously affected by Westerns and film noir, and sung within the vocalist’s distinctively droll, narcoleptic way — in atonal, electronically centered configurations. In 1982, following a leave of Bruce Moreland, Wall structure of Voodoo released Contact of the Western, which presented “Mexican Radio,” their biggest strike. After an appearance in the 1983 US Event, Ridgway remaining the group to get a solo career. The rest of the members enlisted vocalist Andy Prieboy, and resurfaced in 1985 using the LP A WEEK in Sammystown. Happy World followed 2 yrs later on, while 1988’s live work The Ugly People in america in Australia* (the asterisk denoting a few tracks had been documented in Bullhead Town, Arizona) effectively shut out the Wall structure of Voodoo tale.