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Isn't it about time to start taking preorders for MOAF?
Don't let your MOAF loaf.


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Got my big MOFO last week, and am very impressed by it! Its really all encompassing.....

And I had no trouble getting the discs out!


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I just put my Freak Out! CD on Ebay. Search for zutbof in Community.

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YES YES YES! I put off ordering Big MOFO till this past tuesday, and got it in the mail today (Friday)! Woohoo!

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duchamp wrote:
YES YES YES! I put off ordering Big MOFO till this past tuesday, and got it in the mail today (Friday)! Woohoo!


Congrats duchamp!
that's lookin like the smart way to do this!
Betcha saved a lot on tissue too! :wink:

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Yeah. It leaps out of my speakers! I dig the unfuzzed bass intro on Brain Police, the added overall ambience of the vocals and how defined the percussion overdubs are on Hungry Freaks. That's just my impressions of a quick 10 minutes flick-through.

Doug Sax is a great mastering engineer. He's worked miracles with this, considering its vintage.
Yeah, I think definition is the key.. lots of it seems cleaner sounding. I can hear the digi revrb added to the '95 disc when I listen directly after the MOFO version. Great stuff.. my only disappointment is the artwork. Lets face it, if they're going to re-release Freak Out, you may as well keep the original cover?

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Lets face it, if they're going to re-release Freak Out, you may as well keep the original cover?


It's plastic, people.


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We got Trance-Fusion and 2 MOFOs pretty much on time, the iTunes download, Imaginary Diseases and Joe's XMasage (three out of four releases ain't bad). If the ZFT did as well next year (which we know means at least part of release is ZPZ) we would be doing pretty well.

We ought to say that we did good in 06 and, when things get boring over the winter we always have Disc 3 of the Big MOFO to keep us warm!!!


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MOFO great cds very happy i got this gem :D :D :D :D


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PappaWas1975 wrote:
Got my big MOFO last week, and am very impressed by it! Its really all encompassing.....

And I had no trouble getting the discs out!


dude you are soooo lucky, i too FINALLY got my huge mofo delivered but discs 2 and 3 were some how welded into the stooopid plasic cheepnis kinda waxey efforts that pass as c.d holders-now iv'e managed to wrestle them out i am sooooo happy :D and the c.d's are now safely housed in empty c.d jewel cases

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i've had it for almost 2 weeks now i think and i still haven't listened to CDs 2 & 4 !

i've been ill and busy/lazy . .

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PappaWas1975 wrote:
Got my big MOFO last week, and am very impressed by it! Its really all encompassing.....

And I had no trouble getting the discs out!


dude you are soooo lucky, i too FINALLY got my huge mofo delivered but discs 2 and 3 were some how welded into the stooopid plasic cheepnis kinda waxey efforts that pass as c.d holders-now iv'e managed to wrestle them out i am sooooo happy :D and the c.d's are now safely housed in empty c.d jewel cases


It is indeed "different" packaging, kinda stands alone in my rack though, which I like...

I am relieved my discs were easy to manouvre, it really is a fucked up situation reading all the disc breaking / filing plastic horror stories......

Nice avatar, by the way.....


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duchamp wrote:
YES YES YES! I put off ordering Big MOFO till this past tuesday, and got it in the mail today (Friday Jan. 13th)! Woohoo!


And I finally got to open it on my B-day yesterday. It was the only thing I wanted so I let my wife hide it from me till now. Damn frustrating but WELL worth the wait. I am incredibly pleased with this fantastic release and hope the trend continues in kind. On a side note, no real trouble getting the discs out. :wink:

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Yeah, it's good.


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I happen to be listening to it right now. It is a fantastic release. I have money, ZFT. Please call...


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The first Big MOFO listing I've seen on Ebay....

http://cgi.ebay.com/Rare-Frank-Zappa-MO ... dZViewItem


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The first Big MOFO listing I've seen on Ebay....

http://cgi.ebay.com/Rare-Frank-Zappa-MO ... dZViewItem


The seller, bonbon22, is Pamela Des Barres aka Miss Pamela. She probably got it as a promo from the ZFT some how. I've seen her sell some FZ releated things on eBay before. I bought a t-shirt from her once.

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SPACEBROTHER wrote:
The first Big MOFO listing I've seen on Ebay....

http://cgi.ebay.com/Rare-Frank-Zappa-MO ... dZViewItem


The seller, bonbon22, is Pamela Des Barres aka Miss Pamela. She probably got it as a promo from the ZFT some how. I've seen her sell some FZ releated things on eBay before. I bought a t-shirt from her once.


Right on. I'll check her sellers other items.

edit... Just checked. Mostly womens clothing and a few R&R related shirts.


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It ended early ???


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ok so I just fell in love with the Freak Out drum track on both MOFO's.
Now what do I do?
buy a set of drums?
hahahhahahhahhahhaahahhahhahhahahhahahhahahhahahhahhahahahhaaa!!!!

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I just felt that mofo could use a bump. 8)

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I know now what is my favorite track: Percussion Object 1 & 2

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Zut_boF wrote:
I know now what is my favorite track: Percussion Object 1 & 2


All of D3 is awesome to have.
Of the four that is the most frequently played by this listener. :mrgreen:

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Zut_boF wrote:
I know now what is my favorite track: Percussion Object 1 & 2


All of D3 is awesome to have.
Of the four that is the most frequently played by this listener. :mrgreen:


Disc 3 and the second disc of the 2 CD MOFO gets a lot of play too.


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