One Size Fits All

The Mothers of Invention - One Size Fits All
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1975 Ratings: #53 / 87
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1975 Ratings: #12
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What a fantastic final album, a satrical look on the Progressive Rock within their establish experimental Jazz-rock soundscape with some of the most absurd lyrics in progressive rock but with some of the best technical display, I can't help but enjoy and smile throughout One Size Fits All not only because it is humorous but because it is a great display of each band member is so gifted.

Track Review

Inca Roads 9.5/10
Can't Afford No Shoes 8/10
Sofa No. 1 8.5/10.
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A One Way Ticket To The Void. It's Been A Fun Ride, My Friend.
The last Zappa album for me to listen to (not including his live albums).

What a great note to end on. This is a really accessible Zappa album. This album acts as a satirical look on the prog rock genre and as usual, Zappa is able to replicate the genre so well that it’s actually a great prog rock project.
One of Zappa’s best work, love this thing from start to finish.
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
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Added on: June 25, 2015