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Frank Zappa



4.13 | 547 ratings

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5 stars Zappa, The 60's, satire, perfection.

Highly experimental creation of Zappa and The Mothers. Playing with vocal manipulation, diverse genres, sonic experimentation and funny or depressive lyrics, depends how you assimilate the whole entity that WE'RE ONLY DOING IT FOR THE MONEY.

Playfull songs like: "Who needs the Peace Corps?", "Bow Tie Daddy", "Harry, Youre a Beast", "Let's make The Water turn Black" contrast with the sadness of "Mom and Dad", "Lonely Little Girl" and with the sometimes very true lyrics of "What's the Ugliest part of your Body?"

Experimentation fall is songs like "Are you Hung Up?", "Nasal Retentive Calliope Music" and "The Chrome Plated Megaphone of Destiny"

To resume: If you want to listen a fun, deep, true, insane and psychadelic critic of the 60s by the genius of Zappa the go buy this album now and stop reading this review!!! =D

a Thousand stars!!

RavenDarkmoon | 5/5 |


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