We're Only in It For the Money is an experimental rock album by Frank Zappa and The Mothers of Invention. Bridging styles as diverse as doo-wop and avant-garde sound collage, and the album peaked at #30 on North America's Billboard Music Charts pop albums chart. The album satirizes many aspects of 1960s culture, lampooning the hippies, the conservative establishment, and everything in between.
First released in 1968 on Verve Records (see 1968 in music), it was rereleased by Rykodisc in… read more
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