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Performer: Frank Zappa
Title: Arrogant Mop
Released: 1983
Category: Rock
Rating: 4.7 ✦
Other format: APE DTS MIDI MP1 MMF MP4 AA

Tracklist

A1 We're Turning Again
A2 Alien Orifice
A3 Teenage Prostitute
A4 Flakes
A5 Broken Hearts Are For Assholes
B1 Disco Boy
B2 Teenage Wind
B3 Truck Driver Divorce
B4 Montana
B5 Tied To The Whippin' Post

Credits

  • Bass – Scott Thunes
  • Drums – Chad Wackerman
  • Guitar, Vocals – Frank Zappa, Ray White, Steve Vai
  • Keyboards – Tommy Mars
  • Keyboards, Saxophone, Vocals – Bobby Martin
  • Percussion – Ed Mann

Notes

Recorded live in NYC, 31.10.81 - 1st show - tracks A1 to A5 and B5, NYC, 31.10.81 - 2nd show - track B 4 and Stockholm, 7.05.82 - tracks B1 to B3

c & p 1984

One label is plain red (side A), the other is plain blue (side B). gatefold insert printed on one side only

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (hand-etched): FZ . A
  • Matrix / Runout (hand-etched): FZ . B

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
none Frank Zappa Arrogant Mop ‎(LP, Unofficial) Om Shanti Production none 1983
none Frank Zappa Arrogant Mop ‎(LP, Unofficial, Blu) Om Shanti Production none 1983

Complete your Frank Zappa collection. Arrogant Mop ‎(LP, Unofficial). Om Shanti Production. Arrogant Mop ‎(LP, Ltd, Num, Unofficial).

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