Lumpy Gravy, Zappa’s third or fourth album, depending on how you count, was originally for Capitol’s classical music label, but it’s still definitely Zappa.
Frank Zappa’s third LP, We’re Only In It For the Money is perhaps most famous for its grotesque take on the ‘Sgt. Pepper’ cover art.
On 1992’s Shadow Weaver, the Legendary Pink Dots make a fine, doubting record, taking psychedelia forwards, if not with much optimism.
We’ve all heard of the sophomore slump where a band’s second album isn’t nearly as good as their first — but Zappa avoided it with ‘Absolutely Free’.
Nicky Flowers, ex-Cassette Fighter, is releasing their self-titled album this December, and if you’re a fan of synthpop, you’ll love it.
We’re starting a new project — the Zappa Project, where we go through every official album by Frank Zappa in order, starting, of course, with ‘Freak Out!’
It’s taken ages, but the second 180 Gs album is finaly out; ‘Singin’ to God’ is their take on Cardiacs’ double-album ‘Sing to God.”
The Residents’ first original novel, ‘The Brickeaters,’ tells a noir-tinged story about a bizarre crime spree, a paramilitary nut and an alcoholic writer.
Kittysneezes launches a new occasional feature looking at great album covers with the debut album from Canadian ’70s rockers Max Webster
Virus.DOS, the latest album from Master Boot Record, combines chiptune sounds with legitimately awesome metal music, including shredding and blast-beats.