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Artist IconPlasmatics
Artist Icon Metal Priestess
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"Metal Priestess" is the 1981 EP by punk-metal band The Plasmatics, fronted by Wendy O. Williams.
Dan Hartman, who produced acts such as 38 Special and James Brown, among others, had been working on a session in LA when he picked up a copy of Beyond the Valley of 1984 and couldn't stop playing it. It was "ground breaking," he said. "I knew I wanted to meet these people and do something with them." Dan came down to the Tribeca loft where he met Wendy O. Williams and Rod Swenson and a month later he and Rod Swenson were working on the production of the Metal Priestess EP.
The creation of the EP is a result of the need to release something due to their increasing popularity, with an album being premature, partly because Capitol Records was now making overtures for the next one. Metal Priestess was recorded at Dan's private studio off his schoolhouse turned home and studio in Connecticut and released early in the fall of 1981.
The EP received an alternative cover the same year through the Passport record label.
In 2002, the EP was re-released through Plasmatics Media, LTD on the New Hope for the Wretched re-release.
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