Tracklist

12" Vinyl 1
# Title Rating Length
A1 I Have Been in You 3 3:34
A2 Flakes 4 6:42
A3 Broken Hearts Are for Assholes 4 3:43
A4 I’m So Cute 3 4:20
B1 Jones Crusher 4 2:50
B2 What Ever Happened to All the Fun in the World 3 0:33
B3 Rat Tomago 3 5:16
B4 We Gotta Get Into Something Real 0:33
B5 Bobby Brown 3.65 2:50
B6 Rubber Shirt 4 2:45
B7 The Sheik Yerbouti Tango 4 3:56
12" Vinyl 2
# Title Rating Length
C1 Baby Snakes 3.65 1:50
C2 Tryin’ to Grow a Chin 4 3:31
C3 City of Tiny Lites 4.65 5:32
C4 Dancin’ Fool 3.75 3:44
C5 Jewish Princess 3.65 3:17
D1 Wild Love 4.5 4:10
D2 Yo’ Mama 4.35 12:36

Credits

12" Vinyl 1

drums (drum set):
Terry Bozzio (tracks B2, B6)
Terry Bozzio (1977-10-31) (track B1)
Terry Bozzio (1978) (track A4)
Terry Bozzio (1978-01-25) (tracks A1–A2)
Terry Bozzio (1978-01-27) (track A3)
Terry Bozzio (1978-02-15) (track B7)
membranophone:
Terry Bozzio (track B3)
bass:
Patrick O’Hearn (tracks B2–B3, B6)
Patrick O’Hearn (1977-10-31) (track B1)
Patrick O’Hearn (1978) (track A4)
Patrick O’Hearn (1978-01-25) (tracks A1–A2)
Patrick O’Hearn (1978-01-27) (track A3)
Patrick O’Hearn (1978-02-15) (track B7)
electric guitar [lead]:
Frank Zappa (US musician, composer, activist & filmmaker) (tracks B2–B3)
Frank Zappa (US musician, composer, activist & filmmaker) (1977-10-31) (track B1)
Frank Zappa (US musician, composer, activist & filmmaker) (1978) (track A4)
Frank Zappa (US musician, composer, activist & filmmaker) (1978-01-25) (tracks A1–A2)
Frank Zappa (US musician, composer, activist & filmmaker) (1978-01-27) (track A3)
Frank Zappa (US musician, composer, activist & filmmaker) (1978-02-15) (track B7)
arranger:
Frank Zappa (US musician, composer, activist & filmmaker) (tracks A1–B3, B6–B7)
composer:
Terry Bozzio (track B6)
Patrick O’Hearn (track B6)
Frank Zappa (US musician, composer, activist & filmmaker) (tracks A1–B1, B1–B2, B2–B3, B3, B5–B7, B7)
lead vocals:
Adrian Belew (1977-10-31) (track B1)
Terry Bozzio (1978) (track A4)
Adrian Belew (1978-01-25) (track A2)
Frank Zappa (US musician, composer, activist & filmmaker) (1978-01-25) (tracks A1–A2)
Terry Bozzio (1978-01-27) (track A3)
Patrick O’Hearn (1978-01-27) (track A3)
Frank Zappa (US musician, composer, activist & filmmaker) (1978-01-27) (track A3)
lyricist:
Frank Zappa (US musician, composer, activist & filmmaker) (tracks A1–B1, B1–B2, B2, B5)
producer:
Frank Zappa (US musician, composer, activist & filmmaker) (tracks A1–B3, B5–B7)
vocals:
Terry Bozzio (track B2)
Patrick O’Hearn (track B2)
Davy Moire (track B2)
phonographic copyright by:
Zappa Family Trust (Legal entity which holds title and copyright to Frank Zappa's musical and artistic products) (1979) (tracks A1–B3, B6–B7)
publisher:
ZFT dba Munchkin Music (tracks A1–B1, B1–B2, B2–B3, B3, B5–B7, B7)
engineered at:
UMRK (UMRK) in Los Angeles, California, United States (tracks A1–B1, B6)
recorded at:
Palladium in New York, New York, United States (1977-10-31) (track B1)
Deutschlandhalle in Berlin, Germany (1978-02-15) (tracks B3, B7)
later translated parody versions:
later translated versions:
Bertl Braun (track B5)
Jan Banan (track B5)
live instrumental recording of:
Sheik Yerbouti Tango (1978-02-15) (track B7)
live recording of:
Rat Tomago (track B3)
Jones Crusher (1977-10-31) (track B1)
I'm So Cute (1978) (track A4)
I Have Been in You (1978-01-25) (track A1)
Broken Hearts Are for Assholes (1978-01-27) (track A3)
part of:
The Torture Never Stops (tracks B3, B3)
recording of:
Bobby Brown (track B5)
Jones Crusher (track B1)
Rat Tomago (track B3)
Rubber Shirt (track B6)
Flakes (1978-01-25) (track A2)

12" Vinyl 2

clarinet:
David Ocker (1978-02-28) (track D1)
drums (drum set):
Terry Bozzio (1977-10-30) (track C5)
Terry Bozzio (1978-01-25) (track C1)
Terry Bozzio (1978-01-27) (tracks C2–C3)
Terry Bozzio (1978-01-28) (track C4)
Terry Bozzio (1978-02-25) (track D2)
Terry Bozzio (1978-02-28) (track D1)
bass:
Patrick O’Hearn (1977-10-30) (track C5)
Patrick O’Hearn (1978-01-25) (track C1)
Patrick O’Hearn (1978-01-27) (tracks C2–C3)
Patrick O’Hearn (1978-01-28) (track C4)
Patrick O’Hearn (1978-02-25) (track D2)
Patrick O’Hearn (1978-02-28) (track D1)
electric guitar [lead]:
Frank Zappa (US musician, composer, activist & filmmaker) (1977-10-30) (track C5)
Frank Zappa (US musician, composer, activist & filmmaker) (1978-01-25) (track C1)
Frank Zappa (US musician, composer, activist & filmmaker) (1978-01-27) (tracks C2–C3)
Frank Zappa (US musician, composer, activist & filmmaker) (1978-01-28) (track C4)
Frank Zappa (US musician, composer, activist & filmmaker) (1978-02-25) (track D2)
Frank Zappa (US musician, composer, activist & filmmaker) (1978-02-28) (track D1)
arranger:
Frank Zappa (US musician, composer, activist & filmmaker) (tracks C1–D2)
composer:
Frank Zappa (US musician, composer, activist & filmmaker) (tracks C1, C1–C2, C2–C3, C3–D1, D1–D2)
lead vocals:
Frank Zappa (US musician, composer, activist & filmmaker) (1977-10-30) (track C5)
Frank Zappa (US musician, composer, activist & filmmaker) (1978-01-25) (track C1)
Terry Bozzio (1978-01-27) (track C2)
Adrian Belew (1978-01-27) (track C3)
Frank Zappa (US musician, composer, activist & filmmaker) (1978-01-28) (track C4)
Frank Zappa (US musician, composer, activist & filmmaker) (1978-02-25) (track D2)
lyricist:
Frank Zappa (US musician, composer, activist & filmmaker) (tracks C1, C1–C2, C2–C3, C3–D1, D1–D2)
producer:
Frank Zappa (US musician, composer, activist & filmmaker) (tracks C1–D2)
vocals:
Terry Bozzio (1978-02-28) (track D1)
Napoleon Murphy Brock (1978-02-28) (track D1)
Tommy Mars (1978-02-28) (track D1)
Randy Thornton (Vocalist who performed with Frank Zappa on a few recordings) (1978-02-28) (track D1)
Frank Zappa (US musician, composer, activist & filmmaker) (1978-02-28) (track D1)
phonographic copyright by:
Zappa Family Trust (Legal entity which holds title and copyright to Frank Zappa's musical and artistic products) (1979) (tracks C1–D2)
publisher:
ZFT dba Munchkin Music (tracks C1, C1–C2, C2–C3, C3–D1, D1–D2)
engineered at:
UMRK (UMRK) in Los Angeles, California, United States (tracks C1–D2)
recorded at:
Palladium in New York, New York, United States (1977-10-30) (track C5)
Hemmerleinhalle in Neunkirchen am Brand, Bayern, Germany (1978-02-25) (track D2)
sampled by:
live recording of:
Jewish Princess (1977-10-30) (track C5)
Baby Snakes (1978-01-25) (track C1)
City of Tiny Lites (1978-01-27) (track C3)
Tryin' to Grow a Chin (1978-01-27) (track C2)
Dancin’ Fool (1978-01-28) (track C4)
Wild Love (later called "Bowling on Charen") (1978-02-28) (track D1)
recording of:
Baby Snakes (track C1)
City of Tiny Lites (track C3)
Wild Love (later called "Bowling on Charen") (track D1)
Yo’ Mama (1978-02-25) (track D2)
referred to in medleys:
Life During Exodus (tracks C3, C3)