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The Mothers Of Invention - We're Only In It For The Money download album

  • Performer: The Mothers Of Invention
  • Title: We're Only In It For The Money
  • Genre: Electronic / Rock
  • Formats: XM MMF MP1 DMF AHX MOD MP3
  • Released: 1968
  • Style: Modern Classical, Avantgarde, Psychedelic Rock, Experimental, Parody
  • MP3 album: 1275 mb
  • FLAC album: 1867 mb
  • Rating: 4.3/5
  • Votes: 618
The Mothers Of Invention - We're Only In It For The Money download album

We're Only in It for the Money is the third studio album by the Mothers of Invention. Released on March 4, 1968, on Verve Records, it was subsequently remixed and re-recorded by Frank Zappa and reissued by Rykodisc in 1986. As with the band's previous two albums, We're Only in It for the Money is a concept album, and satirizes left and right-wing politics, particularly the hippie subculture, as well as the Beatles' album Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band.

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Grooved black labels, heavy vinyl. Laminated 'Unipak'-style inside-opening gatefold sleeve. Inner gatefold art is in black & white. Other Versions (5 of 82) View All. Cat.

Frank Zappa/Mothers Of Invention/We're Only In It For The Money/1995 CD Album. Mothers of invention we're only in IT for the money UK st verve lp 2317034 mint. We're Only in It for the Money by Frank Zappa/The Mothers of Invention (CD). Frank Zappa The Mothers Of Invention - We're Only In It For The Money CD Album. We also find a lot of musical experimentation - by playing with the popular styles of the day, Zappa embroiders them with his own personal style, humour and a super-rich production which gives this album a timeless feel musically. Use of electronics and reverse tapes (. I have always been particularly impressed by the sound of the bass on this album - and yes, it sounds like that on the original vinyl.

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Despite some specific references, the first-half suite is still wickedly funny, since its targets remain immediately recognizable. The second half shows where his sympathies lie, with character sketches of Zappa's real-life freak acquaintances, a carefree utopia in "Take Your Clothes Off When You Dance," and the strident, unironic protest "Mother People

They were called the Mothers of Invention, led by one of the world's best composer of the past decades: Frank Zappa. They wanted the people to realise the modern commercial hippiedom was totally wrong and naive. 1 - Are You Hung Up (1:29)- The album starts of with a couple of noises, while hearing something from a telephone conversation, whispering voices, talking about the Mothers of Invention. It ends with a guitar solo and the great quote: "Hi boys and girls, I'm Jimmy Carl Black and I'm the indian of the group. Not the best album opener you can imagine, but it's nice and I'd say 7/10. 2. Who Needs The Peacecorps (. 5) - Shows the naivity of the hippie movement. It tells what the hippie movement is like, with a lot of sarcasm

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The censored version of We're Only In It for the Money was released for only a brief time in 1968. Ironically, given MGM's disdain for the group's original name, the censored version seems to have been issued with a sticker affixed to the cover of the album itself (immediately over Jimmy Carl Black's head) that simply said "THE MOTHERS".



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