Track List

Are You Hung Up

Who Needs The Peace Corps

Concentration Moon

Mom & Dad

Bow Tie Daddy

Harry, You're A Beast

What's The Ugliest Part Of Your Body?

Absolutely Free

Flower Punk

Hot Poop

Nasal Retentive Caliope Music

Let's Make The Water Turn Black

The Idiot Bastard Son

Lonely Little Girl

Take Your Clothes Off When You Dance

What's The Ugliest Part Of Your Body? (Reprise)

Mother People

The Chrome Plated Megaphone Of Destiny

Frank Zappa & The Mothers of Invention - We're Only In It For The Money (LP)
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Release Date: 11/11/2016
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We're Only in It for the Money is the third studio album by The Mothers of Invention. Released on March 4, 1968 on Verve Records, it was subsequently remixed and re-recorded by Frank Zappa and reissued independently by Rykodisc Records in 1986. As with the band's previous two albums, We're Only in It for the Money is a concept album, and satirizes left and right-wing politics, particularly the hippie subculture, as well as The Beatles' album Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band. It was conceived as part of a project called No Commercial Potential, which produced three other albums: Lumpy Gravy, Cruising with Ruben & the Jets and Uncle Meat. We're Only in It for the Money encompasses rock, orchestral and experimental music, with its orchestral segments deriving from the recording sessions for Lumpy Gravy, which was previously issued as a solo instrumental album by Capitol Records and was subsequently reedited by Zappa and released by Verve; the reedited Lumpy Gravy was produced simultaneously with We're Only in It for the Money and is the first part of a conceptual continuity, continued with the reedited Lumpy Gravy and concluded with Zappa's final album, Civilization Phaze III (1994).