Wzrd

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Kid Cudi - Music Career - 2011–2012: New Direction and WZRD
... On November 18, 2011 Cudi renamed his band for the second time to WZRD (pronounced W-Z-R-D) ... Cudi announced through his Twitter feed that he had completed WZRD and that his next album was the collaborative effort with Chip tha Ripper ... Following WZRD's release on February 28, 2012, the album debuted at #3 on the US Billboard 200 chart, with first-week sales of 66,000 physical and digital copies in the United States ...
WZRD (radio Station)
... WZRD (88.3 FM) is a student radio station licensed to Chicago, Illinois, USA, founded in 1974 ... WZRD broadcasts on a Freeform radio format ... In January 2013, WZRD returned to live programming ...
WZRD (radio Station) - Importance in The Chicago Punk Scene (1980s)
... WZRD was a hotbed for local and touring punk, hardcore, and post-punk groups in the 1980s ... Naked Raygun, and other local punk bands, WZRD was one of the first and most persistent stations to play heavily punk influenced playlists ... liner notes that "Sunday Morning Nightmare" on WZRD was the "one radio program" for Chicago punk in the early 1980s ...
WZRD (radio Station) - WZRD Take Over
... of its student-run radio station, WZRD (88.3 FM) ... In the meantime, WZRD would continue broadcasting using a "skeleton team", under the strict control of the university ... "Wizards in Exile." For example, in solidarity with WZRD, sister station WNUR 89.3 FM at Northwestern Illinois University has provided the "Wizards in Exile" with a show on Sundays 6 p.m ...
WZRD (radio Station) - Live Performances
... WZRD has a close relationship with the local music scene in that it often gives away tickets to various shows and festivals and throughout the years has produced live events at The Metro, The Abby ... WZRD's "Thursday Night Live" show features local acts of all types of music, but live sets have often been performed on WZRD at all hours and days of the week ... WZRD has hosted live in-studio performances over the years including Smashing Pumpkins, Screeching Weasel, Rapeman, Les Claypool, Naked Raygun, and many other ...