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Freaky Fukin Weirdoz

Freaky Fukin Weirdoz

Freaky Fukin Weirdoz


Freaky Fukin Weidoz were the first german Crossover Band, founded in the late eighties. They released 7 offical albums - F.F.W. (1989), Weirdelic (1990), Senseless Wonder (1992), Mao Mak Maa (1994), Culture Shock (1995), Hula! (1998) Oh My God (2009) - with an interesting mixture of many genres, including Hardcore, Funk and Reggae. Their success was limited to Germany and Austria, where they gave a lot of concerts. Nina Hagen, a well-known german singer Read more on Last.fm
Freaky Fukin Weidoz were the first german Crossover Band, founded in the late eighties. They released 7 offical albums - F.F.W. (1989), Weirdelic (1990), Senseless Wonder (1992), Mao Mak Maa (1994), Culture Shock (1995), Hula! (1998) Oh My God (2009) - with an interesting mixture of many genres, including Hardcore, Funk and Reggae. Their success was limited to Germany and Austria, where they gave a lot of concerts. Nina Hagen, a well-known german singer, gave her voice for a duet in the song "Hit Me With Your Rhythm Stick" from the album "Mao Mak Maa". At the end of the nineties Freaky Fukin Weirdoz dissolved. In 2007 was released Best of Six (Compilation). In 2009 new album Oh My God (2009) Read more on Last.fm.

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