Frank Zappa’s 10 Greatest Albums of All Time

Source: Far Out. Of course, I could come up with a totally different top ten list…

Frank Zappa was to music, what William Burrough was to literature. Listening to his records can be a very jarring and sometimes uncomfortable experience. This is precisely what he partly intended with some of his art: Zappa attempted to shake the docile human race from stagnation, who have for far too long, festered in the old dirty waters of society’s hypocrisies. Some of these include the hippie counterculture, including his 1968 album We’re Only In It for the Money of which the artwork of the record’s inner sleeve reveals an obvious satirised version of The Beatles’ Sgt. Pepper Lonely Hearts Club Band album artwork. In contrast, others saw Zappa push art to the brink.