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[[? and the Mysterians]] (pronounced "Question Mark and the Mysterians") were an American rock band famous for the song "[[96 Tears]]"  Zappa told an interviewer <blockquote>I like 'Nighnty-six (sic) tears." ... I mean, I thought, listen!  'Ninety-six tears'!  Wow!  That's an art statement.<ref name=pci>[[Pop Chronicles interview]], transcript p. 9.</ref></blockquote>
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[[? and the Mysterians]] (pronounced "Question Mark and the Mysterians") were an American rock band famous for the song "[[96 Tears]]". Zappa told an interviewer <blockquote>I like 'Nighnty-six (sic) tears." ... I mean, I thought, listen!  'Ninety-six tears'!  Wow!  That's an art statement.<ref name=pci>[[Pop Chronicles interview]], transcript p. 9.</ref></blockquote>
  
 
[[The Mothers]] performed a version of this song called [[Tiny Sick Tears]].<ref name=pci/>  
 
[[The Mothers]] performed a version of this song called [[Tiny Sick Tears]].<ref name=pci/>  

Latest revision as of 20:03, 16 November 2020

? and the Mysterians (pronounced "Question Mark and the Mysterians") were an American rock band famous for the song "96 Tears". Zappa told an interviewer

I like 'Nighnty-six (sic) tears." ... I mean, I thought, listen! 'Ninety-six tears'! Wow! That's an art statement.[1]

The Mothers performed a version of this song called Tiny Sick Tears.[1]

Notes

  1. 1.0 1.1 Pop Chronicles interview, transcript p. 9.