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Frank Zappa - We're Only In It For The Money


$80.84 Released January, 1968

Product Shot 1 The Pros:Lots of humor in the album, will keep you laughing. Nice jabs at the classic Sgt. Pepper album by The Beatles. Makes intelligent and witty comments on a number of issues.

The Cons:Individual tracks don't stand up on their own too well, need to be in the context of the album. Too experimental and confusing for some listeners.

Track Listings

1. Are You Hung Up? (1:24)
2. Who Needs The Peace Corps? (2:34)
3. Concentration Moon (2:22)
4. Mom & Dad (2:16)
5. Telephone Conversation (0:48)
6. Bow Tie Daddy (0:33)
7. Harry, You're A Beast (1:21)
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Product Shot 2 What's The Ugliest Part Of Your Body? (1:03)
9. Absolutley Free (3:24)
10. Flower Punk (3:03)
11. Hot Poop (0:23)
12. Nasal Retentive Calliope Music (2:02)
13. Let's Make The Water Turn Black (2:01)
14. The Idiot Bastard Son (3:18)
15. Lonely Little Girl (1:09)
16. Take Your Clothes Off When You Dance(1:32)
17. What's The Ugliest Part Of Your Body? (Reprise) (1:02)
18. Mother People (2:26)
19. The Chrome Plated Megaphone Of Destiny (6:25)

Total Time: 39:06

Line-up/Musicians

- Frank Zappa / vocals, guitar
- Roy Estrada / bass, vocals
- Don Preston / keyboards
- Jimmy Carl Black / drums, vocals
- Ian Underwood / winds, keyboards
- Euclid James `Motorhead` Sherwood / winds
- Billy Mundi / drums
- Bunk Gardner / winds

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    lots of humor in the album, will keep you laughing

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    nice jabs at the classic Sgt. Pepper album by The Beatles

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    makes intelligent and witty comments on a number of issues

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    very psychedelic sounds with experimental studio techniques

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    put together as a complete album, letting you listen to the whole thing for a single experience

Cons
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    individual tracks don't stand up on their own too well, need to be in the context of the album

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    too experimental and confusing for some listeners

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