Fans of Frank Zappa have more to celebrate in the very near future, as the Zappa Family Trust and Universal Music Enterprises have announced that five classic albums will be re-released on 180-gram vinyl. The albums span Zappa’s solo career and his work with The Mothers Of Invention, with releases from the late 60s through the late 70s.The works all showcase Zappa’s wild and experimental musical style, pushing boundaries with their arrangements and their lyrics to create some of the most unique music of the era. The albums getting the re-release treatment are 1967’s Lumpy Gravy, 1968’s We’re Only In It for the Money, 1968’s Cruising with Reuben & the Jets, 1970’s Weasels Ripped My Flesh, and 1979’s Joe’s Garage. Through satire, unique arrangements and more, these are some of the most iconic works by Zappa.The Top 12 Most Essential Frank Zappa AlbumsThese five discs will all be released on December 9th, and they are all available for pre-order now on Amazon. You can pre-order Lumpy Gravy here, We’re Only In It for the Money here, Cruising with Reuben & the Jets here, Weasels Ripped My Flesh here, and Joe’s Garage here.
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