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8 Comments on " The Mothers - Were Only In It For The Money (Vinyl, LP, Album) "

  • Burnt Weeny Sandwich is the sixth studio album by the American rock band the Mothers of Invention, and the ninth overall by Frank Zappa, released in It consists of both studio recordings and live elements. In contrast to the next album Weasels Ripped My Flesh, which is predominantly live and song-oriented, most of Burnt Weeny Sandwich focuses on studio recordings and tightly arranged.
  • The Mothers Of Invention "We're Only In It For The Money" Original Verve V Stereo Vinyl Lp Record w/Insert Frank Zappa EX The Mothers Of Invention (Artist) Format: Vinyl 2/5(1).
  • About “We're Only in It for the Money” 1 contributor This album is Frank Zappa and the Mothers' scathing critique of 60s culture (and counterculture). The album cover, as it was originally.
  • Apr 19,  · Official Release #4 Zappa intended to release this album with the 'Sgt. Pepper album' pastiche as the cover. This was vetoed and it became the inner spread, with the original inner concept becoming the cover (again a parody of said album, with band members on a yellow background, but a subtlety lost on the censors)/5(K).
  • The Idiot Bastard Song () - A rather well-known Zappa song from this album, as most of the other songs never were played live as full songs but only in medleys. It is the son of a Nazi and a hooker and again, Zappa's high school friends appear, this time taking care of the idiot bastard son.
  • FRANK ZAPPA & THE MOTHERS - We're Only In It for the Money - Vinyl 12'' kindkihulisxotergnassnensfandiameallea.coinfo Rating: % positive.
  • Aug 14,  · Song Are You Hung Up? Artist Frank Zappa, The Mothers Of Invention; Writers Frank Zappa; Licensed to YouTube by UMG (on behalf of Frank Zappa Catalog); LatinAutor, UNIAO BRASILEIRA DE EDITORAS DE.
  • THIS ALBUM SHOULD ALWAYS BE PLAYED AFTER YOU HAVE LISTENED TO SGT PEPPERS! for balance. No music critique required as it and indeed the album artwork speaks for itself! This release is the way to go - audiophile vinyl sound. these /12 remasters are a rare beast - not "only in it for the money" but released with the listener in mind/5().