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Frank Zappa



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5 stars I can't believe no one gave 5 stars to this Zappa's Masterpiece. It is unbelievable, the perfect marriage between rock, jazz and classical music. You start with "WPLJ", a song ironic and maybe not as fantastic as you thought, but then you have "Igor's boogie phase 1", a 36 second's track that can lead you in another dimension, represented by the following tracks. You have "Prelude to a holiday in Berlin", that makes you feel like you're really in the German atmosphere, and it's unbelievable. Then there's the album theme, with a guitar solo by Zappa himself, then the 2nd phase of "Igor's Boogie". It is so easy that. I don't know it's like a little masterpiece!!! "Holiday in Berlin, Full Blown", the third track's sequel, really exciting. "Aybe sea", a bridge-track, and then. "The little house I used to live in", one of the greatest Zappa's compositions, it's outstanding, 18 minutes of total musical delirium. The album ends with another song, "Valarie". You HAVE to listen to this album!!! I wouldn't live without it, just try it. If you like Zappa (and I hope so), you cannot leave this on his own.
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