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Frank Zappa



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guilherme pupo
4 stars This album is a good example of Zappa's versatile style and complex musicality. Don't expect it to be the craziest thing done by Zappa - there aren't any infinite jam sessions - but look at it as a good gem in the middle of the full-of-LSD-brainless 70's hippies. Good non- pretentious instrumental moments in "Sofa no.1" and in the arrangement in "Inca Roads". Strong vocals, short songs and very well performed rock are the main characteristics of this simple but great album, that im my opinion, should be listed as an rare example of original north-american rock music at that time, as others Zappa's albums.
guilherme pupo | 4/5 |


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