One Size Fits All

The Mothers of Invention - One Size Fits All
Critic Score
Based on 2 reviews
1975 Ratings: #49 / 80
User Score
Based on 60 ratings
1975 Ratings: #16
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June 25, 1975 / Release Date
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A One Way Ticket To The Void. It's Been A Fun Ride, My Friend.
One of Zappa's more underappreciated works and considered to be a satirical take on the popularity of progressive rock at the time complete with never-ending shifts in time signatures and silly, insular lyrics. This has some absolute stunning highlights like Inca Roads, where aliens are looking for a parking spot on earth. The lyrics are purposefully half-baked most of the time, but the musical compositions are some of the best in his discography. All the players are in peak form. Would ... read more
One of Zappa’s best works. The user score of 80 genuinely confuses me. This album is simultaneously experimental and accessible, exccentric and enjoyable. From the diverse instrumentation bits throughout, the varying moods, sardonic witty lyricism also contribute to this album being so potent and unique. It was a really fun listen to say the least and definitely one worth revisiting.
Un disco brillantemente absurdo.
9. Florentine Pogen
8. Evelyn, a Modified Dog
7. Can't Afford No Shoes
6. Sofa No. 2
5. Andy
4. San Ber'dino
3. Sofa No. 1
2. Inca Roads
1. Po-Jama People
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Added on: June 25, 2015