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Tracklist

1Trouble Comin' Every Day
2Who Are The Brain Police?

Versions

CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
VK-10458The Mothers Of Invention Trouble Comin' Every Day / Who Are The Brain Police? ‎(7", Single)Verve RecordsVK-10458US1966
DV 5010The Mothers Of Invention Trouble Coming Every Day / Who Are The Brain Police? ‎(7", Single, Mono, Ltd, Num, Unofficial, Gre)Verve Records DV 5010Italy2013
VK-10458The Mothers Of Invention Trouble Comin' Every Day / Who Are The Brain Police? ‎(7", Single, Mono, Promo)Verve RecordsVK-10458US1966
58 509The Mothers Of Invention Who Are The Brain Police? ‎(7", Single, Mono)Verve Records58 509Netherlands1966
DV-5010The Mothers Of Invention Trouble Coming Every Day / Who Are The Brain Police ‎(7", Single, TP)Verve RecordsDV-5010Japan1967

Credits

  • Arranged ByFrank Zappa
  • ConductorFrank Zappa
  • ProducerTom Wilson
  • Written-ByFrank Zappa

Notes

Rights society was shown on the left side of the label in a diamond shape

Barcodes

  • Matrix / Runout: AA 58 509 1F 1 6701
  • Matrix / Runout: AA 58 509 2F 1 6701
  • Rights Society: M.C.P.S.

Album

Who Are the Brain Police is a Frank Zappa song, performed by The Mothers of Invention, released on the Mothers' debut album, Freak Out. It was released by Verve Records as a single in 1966. Zappa stated that the song was one of religious theme. Zappa wrote about the song on the Freak Out liner notes: At five oclock in the morning someone kept singing this in my mind and made me write it down. I will admit to being frightened when I finally played it out loud and sang the words. The album is notable for its satirical and experimental content that would be the bedrock of many Mothers albums and future Zappa solo releases. No way to delay That trouble comin' every day. The Mothers Of Invention - Who Needs The Peace Corps. The Mothers Of Invention - Are You Hung Up. Camper Van Beethoven - Who Are The Brain Police The Mothers Of Invention - Motherly Love. The Mothers Of Invention - Wowie Zowie. The Mothers Of Invention - Absolutely Free. Frank Zappa - Who Are The Brain Police Basic Tracks. Trouble Comin' Every Day 05:50, Who Are The Brain Police 03:33 - The Mothers Of Invention 1966. Zappa Albums & Side Projects. Original Albums. Freak Out. It uses the record album as a model, asking what wed do if the label were to come off and the plastic were to melt. The middle of this tune about attention to decorum rather than substance is interrupted by a snippet of 'Help, I'm A Rock' from later on the album, although the parts longer here than within its actual piece. This might simply be done to make the song even more eerie, or perhaps to 'jolt the listener out of any comfort brought on by identification with this music,' as Kevin Courrier writes. Watch the video for Who Are the Brain Police by. From The Album. We dont have an album for this track yet. Thursday 2 January 2020. Their albums comWatch the video for Who Are the Brain Police by The Mothers of Invention for free, and see the artwork, lyrics and similar artists. View all albums by this artist. Their albums com read more. The Mothers of Invention were an American band active from 1966 to 1969. Throughout, their output was primarily directed by composer and guitarist, Frank Zappa 19401993. Their albums combined a broad span of genres and utilised dive read more. As far as Zappa's official discography is concerned, Who Are the Brain Police never resurfaced later except on the Mothermania compilation, but that doesn't count. Live performances were very rare and confined to early years. Yet it remained a fan favorite and artists such as Mark Nauseef on Snake Music and Camper van Beethoven on Camper van Beethoven Is Dead: Long Live Camper van Beethoven recorded covers of it. Quite amazingly, it was also released as the B-side to the Trouble Every Day single. Appears On. Trouble Comin' Every Day 6:16 13. Help, I'm A Rock Suite In Three Movements 8:37 : - 1st Movement: Okay To Tap Dance - 2nd Movement: In Memoriam, Edgar Varese - 3rd Movement: It Can't Happen Here 14. Who are the Brain Police moves at a narcotic pace and really stands out on this album. For those new to Zappa, look no further, this is the album to get first. This debut album from The Mothers of Invention is not the most complex, and perhaps doesn't always have fantastic material on it, but you would be mad not to be able to see the work put into it and how innovative it was, albeit it sometimes feels like not all the album aged very well. Trouble Every Day labeled in early prints as Trouble Comin' Every Day is a song by the Mothers of Invention, released on their 1966 debut album Freak Out Frank Zappa wrote the song in 1965 at 1819 Bellevue Avenue, Echo Park, Los Angeles, the residence of a methamphetamine chemist referred to by Zappa as Wild Bill the Mannequin-Fucker after watching news coverage of the Watts Riots. Originally dubbed The Watts Riot Song, its primary lyrical themes are racial violence, social injustice, and sensationalist journalism. Album 2006 32 Songs. Who Are the Brain Police 1966 Stereo Mix. Go Cry On Somebody Else's Shoulder 1966 Stereo Mix. Who Are the Brain Police Mono. I Ain't Got No Heart Basic Tracks

Video

The Mothers Of Invention - Who Are The Brain Police? / Trouble Comin' Every Day flac
Performer:
The Mothers Of Invention
Title:
Who Are The Brain Police? / Trouble Comin' Every Day
Genre:
FLAC size:
1929 mb
MP3 size:
2111 mb
WMA size:
2315 mb
Country:
Netherlands
Label:
Verve Records
Style:
Blues Rock, Avantgarde, Jazz-Rock
Rating:
4.5
Catalog №:
58509
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