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Frank Zappa



4.13 | 516 ratings

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5 stars There are many reasons why this can be considered a masterpiece. First of all, the music itself is insane, typical Avant Prog I guess. But also, what really impressed me (and made me laugh) was the humor and the satire, elements that are typical of Frank Zappa's early albums, and some of his latter ones.

With his third album Zappa releases one of his finest albums, a great concept album that was at the time acclaimed by the hippie culture, even though he did make fun of them a lot. It is also considered one of the best concept albums ever, thanks to it's unique musicality and impressive subject, which focuses mainly on America's society at the time. Despite that, it still is a modern album, just as effective as it was in 1968.

A special guest was a surprising Eric Clapton, who did a few vocal parts.

Five stars, as I really enjoyed it, it truly is a masterpiece that everyone should listen to sooner or later.

EatThatPhonebook | 5/5 |


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