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Roxy & Elsewhere
Allman Brothers Band - Live At Fillmore East
Shut Up and Play Yer Guitar

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A wishlist eh? Well...

Uncle Meat on vinyl

Hot Rats on vinyl

Synchestra and Ocean Machine - Devin Townsend

Doc at the Radar Station - Captain Beefheart

Swordfishtrombone - Tom Waits

Anonymous - Tomahawk

I also want to get a Neal Morse album.

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hmm let's see

Goo (Deluxe Edition) - Sonic Youth

Retox & Never Is Forever on vinyl - Turbonegro

Era Vulgaris - Queens Of The Stone Age

From Beale Street To Oblivion - Clutch

The MOFO Project/Object - The Making Of Freak Out! (4cd)

would be nice to have Ralph Myerz & the jack herrand band on vinyl :twisted:


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FZ - CPIII
Clash - London Calling (Deluxe Edition)
Augustus Pablo - King Tubby Meets the Rockers Uptown
Talking Heads - Remain in Light
Public Enemy - It Takes a Nation of Millions to Hold Us Back

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Melvins - The Maggot
Neil Hamburger - Hot February Night
Husker Du - Zen Arcade (waiting for a remastered CD.. I lost one of the 2 LPs and I don't remember how)
Thinking Fellers Union Local 282 - Admonishing the Bishops EP
Rolling Stones - Let it Bleed on vinyl

Just to name a few. But honestly, most of the albums I've craved I now own. What a nice life this has been. Mm-mm.

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John Coltrane - A Love Supreme
Neil Young - Tonight's the Night
Emerson, Lake & Palmer - Brain Salad Surgery
Peter Frampton - Frampton Comes Alive

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FZ - Ruben & The Jets without the bass/drums overdubs :P

The Shining soundtrack

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battle of eric burdon and the animals & the mothers of invention (mgm mm9072, japan)

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Uncle Meat (vinyl)
Terry Riley - Dorian Reeds


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Little MOFO - when I have it my FZ-discography is complete

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I'm in the same situation as tinseltown banana, and I would also like to have:

The Clash-The singles box
The Doors-Perception

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How long have you got? There really is to many albums that I want to list here, jeez!


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Dance Me This.

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Dance Me This.


That needs to be released, pronto, fuck the ZPZ DVD, spend the ZFT's money on something a little more worthwhile.

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You know what would be great? If I'm 85 years old and living in a nursing home, and new Zappa stuff's STILL coming out. That's why I'm not too concerned with their release schedule - if they take their time, I'll have new Zappa to listen to for the rest of my life....
But then of course, there will be some things I won't live to see. Ah well, that's what offspring's for - to listen to the music that comes out after you die. Hopefully by then she won't have turned into a robot. Brrrppp Bleep.

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You know what would be great? If I'm 85 years old and living in a nursing home, and new Zappa stuff's STILL coming out. That's why I'm not too concerned with their release schedule - if they take their time, I'll have new Zappa to listen to for the rest of my life....
But then of course, there will be some things I won't live to see. Ah well, that's what offspring's for - to listen to the music that comes out after you die. Hopefully by then she won't have turned into a robot. Brrrppp Bleep.

Firstly: hah! Secondly: or, hopefully she will have turned into a robot. Because that would mean human-to-robot conversion technology would exist, in which case we can all be robots and never have to die, and therefore never have to cease acquiring the new FZ releases. Plus, we'd get to be robots, which in it of itself is something to wish for...I'm gonna have laser vision...and a lightsaber arm...and an ipod brain with all FZ's music on it. I can't wait.

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suterb wrote:
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Public Enemy - It Takes a Nation of Millions to Hold Us Back


Just got it two weeks ago ;)

Gorgo wrote:
FZ - Ruben & The Jets without the bass/drums overdubs :P

The Shining soundtrack

Me too :(
Seems it is a bit hard to find item.


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scarf wrote:
feetlightup wrote:
You know what would be great? If I'm 85 years old and living in a nursing home, and new Zappa stuff's STILL coming out. That's why I'm not too concerned with their release schedule - if they take their time, I'll have new Zappa to listen to for the rest of my life....
But then of course, there will be some things I won't live to see. Ah well, that's what offspring's for - to listen to the music that comes out after you die. Hopefully by then she won't have turned into a robot. Brrrppp Bleep.

Firstly: hah! Secondly: or, hopefully she will have turned into a robot. Because that would mean human-to-robot conversion technology would exist, in which case we can all be robots and never have to die, and therefore never have to cease acquiring the new FZ releases. Plus, we'd get to be robots, which in it of itself is something to wish for...I'm gonna have laser vision...and a lightsaber arm...and an ipod brain with all FZ's music on it. I can't wait.


You know, you're right! I hope she does turn into a robot. I'd just be mad that I didn't live long enough to become a robot. But for future generations, hotcha!

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I like albums


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silk torpedo - pretty things

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A vinyl Ruben/Jets,
The Rage And The Fury
Die Anarchistische Abentunterhaltung selftitled album, preferably both editions
Eurovision Song Contest CD of 2006, or the 2007 DVD.
Dozens more that I can't think of right now

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Mike Keneally - Half Alive In Hollywood :cry:

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scarf wrote:
feetlightup wrote:
You know what would be great? If I'm 85 years old and living in a nursing home, and new Zappa stuff's STILL coming out. That's why I'm not too concerned with their release schedule - if they take their time, I'll have new Zappa to listen to for the rest of my life....
But then of course, there will be some things I won't live to see. Ah well, that's what offspring's for - to listen to the music that comes out after you die. Hopefully by then she won't have turned into a robot. Brrrppp Bleep.

...and an ipod brain...


You want to continually malfunction and have your batteries run out on you? Your future as a robot looks grim Scarf, personally I'd have a Creative Zen brain.

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scarf wrote:
feetlightup wrote:
You know what would be great? If I'm 85 years old and living in a nursing home, and new Zappa stuff's STILL coming out. That's why I'm not too concerned with their release schedule - if they take their time, I'll have new Zappa to listen to for the rest of my life....
But then of course, there will be some things I won't live to see. Ah well, that's what offspring's for - to listen to the music that comes out after you die. Hopefully by then she won't have turned into a robot. Brrrppp Bleep.

...and an ipod brain...


You want to continually malfunction and have your batteries run out on you? Your future as a robot looks grim Scarf, personally I'd have a Creative Zen brain.


...or a Cuisinart brain.... I could dice vegetables with my mind....

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Crudblud wrote:
scarf wrote:
feetlightup wrote:
You know what would be great? If I'm 85 years old and living in a nursing home, and new Zappa stuff's STILL coming out. That's why I'm not too concerned with their release schedule - if they take their time, I'll have new Zappa to listen to for the rest of my life....
But then of course, there will be some things I won't live to see. Ah well, that's what offspring's for - to listen to the music that comes out after you die. Hopefully by then she won't have turned into a robot. Brrrppp Bleep.

...and an ipod brain...


You want to continually malfunction and have your batteries run out on you?

Yeah, that sounds about right. I'll never need to buy beer again....

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