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Frank Zappa



3.52 | 142 ratings

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4 stars This is contemporary classical music. There are strings and brass arrangements; the overall mood is very dark and scary, and the tracks are not accessible at all. The record is purely instrumental. "Dupree's paradise" is very nervous and dynamic, and if you like the "Orchestral favorites" album, then you should like this record. "Jonestown" is the scariest song I have ever listened: do not listen to it alone in the dark. There is the presence of the famous Synclavier, which gives a really modern, perfect and crystal clear sound. It would have made a really good horror movie soundtrack.
greenback | 4/5 |


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