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Musically this is a long and twisted journey, and though not his greatest masterpiece, it was quite a doozy for a 26 year old Frank Zappa (released in 1967 with The Mothers of Invention). It contains so many insane and hilarious moments (rhythmic hocking & spitting), and outright atonality. Here Zappa shows off his academic side with some nasty tone rows only he would have the nuts to record on a pop record. The fact that he mixes this high-brow stuff with memorable lines like “Be a jerk, go to work” (in a strong New Jersey accent) or “Gonna smother my daughter in chocolate syrup”, along with his beloved R&B grooves – a true little masterpiece. And nasty from start to finish.