We're Only In It For The Money
Cruising With Ruben & The Jets
- Fountain Of Love* (2:57)
- Brown Shoes Don't Make It (7:26)
- Concentration Moon (2:42)
- Nasal Retentive Calliope Music (2:00)
- Let's Make The Water Turn Black (1:54)
- Stuff Up The Cracks (4:29)
- America Drinks (1:52)
- Cheap Thrills (2:20)
- You're Probably Wondering Why I'm Here (3:38)
- The Chrome Plated Megaphone Of Destiny (6:30)
- No. No. No." (2:27)
- Plastic People (3:40)
- Are You Hung Up? (1:23)
- Directly From My Heart To You (05:17)
- Help, I'm A Rock (Suite In Three Movements) (8:37)
- Bow Tie Daddy (1:22)
- Harry, You're a Beast (1:22)
- What's The Ugliest Part Of Your Body? (1:03)
- Invocation & Ritual Dance Of The Young Pumpkin (6:57)
- Later That Night (3:04)
- The Return Of The Son Of Monster Magnet (Unfinished Ballet In Two Tableaus) (12:17)
- Ritual Dance Of The Child-Killers
- Nullis Pretii (No Commercial Potential)
- Wowie Zowie (2:45)
- Call Any Vegetable (2:19)
Record 1, Side 1: All selections composed by Frank Zappa and published by Frank Zappa Music / A Division Of Third Story Music except * composed by Ray Collins-Frank Zappa and published by Bizarre Music Co., Ray Collins Music Co.
Record 1, Side 2: All selections composed by Frank Zappa and published by Frank Zappa Music / A Division Of Third Story Music
Record 2: All selections composed by Frank Zappa and published by Frank Zappa Music / A Division Of Third Story Music
Stereo also playable mono
Printed in Germany. Imprimé en Allemagne by Carl v. d. Linnepe, Lüdenscheid.
Manufactured by Deutsche Grammophon, Hamburg
Design: Hartmut Pfeiffer
Handwriting: Nelleke Fassler
Sleeve Note: Russel Curry
Original American Recordings licensed and trademark registered by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Inc., New York, USA.
The music of Frank Zappa and his infamous Mothers of Invention proudly displays the deep and lasting influence that rock-and-roll can have on impressionable young minds. Lyrically, the Mothers, as they are affectionally known, range from the overt banality of early rock to the vitriolic pungency of their trenchant social criticism, but they never fail to interest and amuse.
Their notoriety has increased with every stage through which their bizarre career has evolved, but they remain unaffected by it, and are still the good clean socially acceptable young men that their mothers once loved. The highlights of their golden era are preserved here in black plastic, for you and for posterity.
|ZFT #||Version #||# discs||Format||Catalog #||Release
|1972||None||New zealand edition.|
|2||LP||MGM 2626 002||1973?||None||German edition, manufactured by Deutsche Grammophon.|
2364 003 & 2364 004 is printed on the labels.