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Marc Moreland

Musician

Marc Moreland, lead guitarist of the 1980s new wave band Wall of Voodoo, died March 13 in France from liver transplant complications. He was 44.

Video for the band’s 1984 hit “Mexican Radio” was an MTV staple during the network’s early days. Band’s biggest hit album was “Call of the West.”

West Covina, Calif.-reared Moreland and his brother, bassist/keyboardist Bruce, formed Wall of Voodoo in 1978; group disbanded in 1989.

Moreland was hospitalized while visiting his wife, Frederique, in France.

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