Dacia & The WMD

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Dacia & The WMD
General information
Genre (s) skirt
founding 2004
Website http://www.daciawmd.com/
Current occupation
Dacia Bridges (until 2019 †)
Alex Scholpp
Ralf Botzenhard
Alex Menichini (since 2005)
former members
Till Hartmann (until 2005)

Dacia & The WMD was the last project of the US- born Dacia Bridges , where WMD is an abbreviation for Weapons of Mass Destruction.

Bridges became known in Germany by founding the rock group Tape , with which they could reach both the German album and single charts . Bridges left Tape in August 2004 and shortly afterwards founded Dacia & Weapons of Mass Destruction together with her husband Alex Scholpp (Lowloader, Farmer Boys ) on guitar, Ralf Botzenhart (Farmer Boys) on bass and Till Hartmann on drums, who was later replaced by Alex Menichini ( Stereo.Pilot ) was replaced. This occupation took the debut - EP propaganda in the spring of 2006 Hannover at the Institute of euphony research with assistance from Martin Ivor Kent aka Ace ( Skunk Anansie on, Inner Mantra), sound engineer Willi Damm eggs and mixer Tommy Hansen what the band a record deal MTM Music / PsychoActive.

The debut album was released on September 29, 2006.

Singer Bridges died on August 1, 2019.


  • 2006: Propaganda (EP)
  • 2006: Dacia & The WMD (album, also as a limited edition)

Web links

Individual evidence

  1. https://localspins.com/southwest-michigan-musician-singer-dacia-bridges-passes-away-unexpectedly-local-spins/
  2. https://www.stuttgarter-zeitung.de/inhalt.stuttgarts-musikszene-in-trauer-saengerin-dacia-bridges-ueberraschend-gestorben.fc936aca-5305-4faf-affc-5cdd73c70fb0.html
  3. https://www.stuttgarter-zeitung.de/inhalt.trauer-um-saengerin-in-stuttgart-kuenstler-ver Abschieden-sich-von-dacia-bridges.90ea540e-540c-4f4f-a66e- 47f8fa27e185.html