Frank Zappa - Does Humor Belong in Music? (Live Recording/Original Soundtrack) (Music CD)

Release Date: 29 October 2012
Artist: Frank Zappa
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This is a Europe-only album that was released without Frank Zappa's permission and subsequently withdrawn. It is the accompaniment to a 1985 home video, although only some of the songs are the same. It is a live album drawn from Frank Zappa's 1984 tour, featuring a cross-section of Zappa's work, from the early "Trouble Every Day" to more recent material. ~ William Ruhlmann
Release Date: 29 October 2012
Artist: Frank Zappa
  • 1. Zoot Allures (Zappa Signature Tune)
  • 2. Tinsel Town Rebellion
  • 3. Trouble Every Day
  • 4. Penguin In Bondage
  • 5. Hot Plate Heaven At The Green Hotel
  • 6. What's New In Baltimore?
  • 7. Whipping Post
  • 8. Cock-Suckers' Ball
  • 9. WPLJ
  • 10. Let's Move To Cleveland

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Catalogue No: 0238742