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PostPosted: Mon Apr 10, 2006 2:34 pm 
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The Power to Preserve a Legend's Music
http://amdlive.amd.com/music/vid_zappa.aspx

What happens when you place Dweezil Zappa, AMD64 Dual Core Processors & Windows XP on a mission to Archive & Create projects with The Vault.

Well what you have is the Remedy to the Archialogical Nightlmare.

These sifting tools that the Chefs at the UMRK have at their dospossal will bring us the fans decades of the worlds finest optional audio & visual entertainment.

Dweezil Zappa is a composer, rock guitarist and audio engineer who — as the son of Frank Zappa — also happens to be a descendant of avant-rock royalty. As such, Dweezil is no stranger to the power of the imagination. When the Utility Muffin Research Kitchen, as the Zappa family's studio is known, needed an upgrade, the young Zappa chose AMD64 technology to do the job. Thanks to AMD64, Dweezil's studio is hardwired for creativity. AMD

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FZ "Read It And Weep"
April 17,1981

Frank Zappa left the ZFT in Control of his Vaults and Artistic rights.
We the fans are not in control. We have a choice to use our eyes and ears or read it and weep.


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Stricktly Commercial......


IB :lol:

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"... making sure that it's archived properly and also that people can hear what we are hearing in the vault".

Well, let's hear it... :mrgreen:

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Trendmonger wrote:
[the UMRK have at their dospossal


I wish I had me one o' them dospossals.


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How much money did he earn with that Windows promo?

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BBP wrote:
How much money did he earn with that Windows promo?


A lifetime of free Windows upgrades and bug fixes? :mrgreen:

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BBP wrote:
How much money did he earn with that Windows promo?
Well, it was enough to earn him the right to put out pieces of crap like "Joe's XMassage" -- but there was Imaginary Diseases at about the same time.

--Bat :roll:

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