by Frank Zappa
Released: Sep 1973
Anchored, inasmuch as Zappa can ever be anchored, by two trash-rock classics (Stooge-guitared and poodle-bestial "Dirty Love" and Alice Cooperish anti-TV Jeopardy riddle "I'm the Slime") and one more novelty that '70s junior high smart-asses knew by heart (dental-floss cowboy gag "Montana"), this 1973 album is otherwise distinguished by what can only be called adult content, notably the disco-marimba perv wager "Dina-Moe Humm." An insane voodoo woman with curly hair ("Camarillo Brillo") and a Jean-Luc Ponty-violined jazz-metal werewolf ("Zomby Woof") also show up.
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