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Frank Zappa - Trance Fusion



Frank Zappa Trance Fusion
Frank Zappa - Trance Fusion
(CD) Rykodisk ZR20002, 2006-10-24

Info :
Produced by Frank Zappa in 1993.
Zappa on guitar. Zappa on stage. No overdubs. All tracks live!

Tracklisting :
01. Chunga's Revenge
02. Bowling On Charen
03. Good Lobna
04. A Cold Dark Matter
05. Butter Or Cannons
06. Ask Dr. Stupid
07. Scratch & Sniff
08. Trance-Fusion
09. Gorgo
10. Diplodocus
11. Soul Polka
12. For Giuseppe Franco
13. After Dinner Smoker
14. Light is all that matters
15. Finding Higgs' Boson
16. Bavarian Sunset

Notes : 03 refers to an episode of The Simpsons: "New Kid on the Block," in which Bart says this line. Series creator Matt Groening is a Zappa fan. 06 refers to a reoccurring segment from The Ren and Stimpy Show. Series creator John Kricfalusi is also a Zappa fan, and Zappa provided the voice of "The Pope" on one episode of the series. 09 may refer to the 1961 science fiction film (Zappa is known to be a fan of monster movies), or Gorgonzola, the Zappa family's cat.

Links :
zappa.com
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