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Frank Black is the first solo album from the American alternative rock musician Frank Black. The album was recorded in 1992 and released on 9 March 1993 via 4AD, after the breakup of the Pixies. The album was similar in style, both musically and lyrically, to the Pixies' last album Trompe le Monde. Frank Black was characterized by a focus on UFOs and science fiction. Two singles from the album-"Los Angeles" and "Hang on to Your Ego"-were released in 1993.
Frank Zappa is widely considered one of the best frontmen in rock. This Frank Zappa discography is ranked from best to worst, so the top Frank Zappa albums can be found at the top of the list . Frank Zappa is widely considered one of the best frontmen in rock.
Like 'The Grand Wazoo' (see No. 9 on our list of the Top 10 Frank Zappa Albums), 'Waka, Jawaka' plays around with various forms of fusion. But it also serves as a bridge between Zappa's avant-rock work and his later, more sophisticated jazz and classical material. It's the first album he made after the Mothers broke up (but not his first solo album - 'Lumpy Gravy' holds that distinction), it's the first to be recorded using 16-track technology and it's the first to dive head first into the jazz-inspired instrumentals that encompasses some of his best and most thrilling work.
Apostrophe (') is a music studio album recording by FRANK ZAPPA (essive Rock) released in 1974 on cd, lp, vinyl and/or cassette. 1. Don't Eat The Yellow Snow (2:07) 2. Nanook Rubs It (4:37) 3. St. Alfonzo's Pancake Breakfast (1:50) 4. Father O'Blivion (2:18) 5. Cosmik Debris (4:14) 6. Excentrifugal Forz (1:33) 7. Apostrophe' (5:50) 8. Uncle Remus (2:44) 9. Stink-Foot (6:32).
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