Presenting A top 5 pop album of all time!
2nd Canadian pressing 1973 - Same mix as first pressing (1968) but thinner vinyl.
The Jacket is NOT a gatefold on the 1973 issue.
One of the most 'in tact' mixes of this album in regards to what Zappa
wanted with is original vision of the album (before Sir Paul McCartney and
studio politics affected the release)
This has the uncensored part about the Frank Zappa group being as *shitty as the Velvet Underground group...
(at the time they shared the same label Verve)
Has the full track Hot Poop
Harry you're Beast has a really cool censored edit.
And other anomalies of goodness that I can neither confirm or deny.
One thing I can't find out about this album is this question : was it mixed by someone else from
a general stereo mix guide in Canada or did Frank Zappa himself do the re-edits for what
market he was catering towards? Or were the re-edits done by some assigned engineer
in the USA?
Frank Zappa-we're only in it for the money-CANADA 1973-verve-V65045-2448 ALAC
RARE CANADA UNCENSORED MIX - 1967 canadian edit
01-are you hung up
02-who needs the peace corps
04-mom & dad
05-bow tie daddy
06-harry, you're a beast
07-what's the ugliest part of your body?
11-nasal retentive caliope music
12-let's maket he water turn black
13-the idiot bastard son
14-lonely little girl
15-take you clothes off when you dance
16-what's the ugliest part of yoru body? (reprise)
18-the chrome plated megaphone of destiny