Offered for sale is an original U.S. white label promotional copy of Chunga’s Revenge by Frank Zappa.
About this copy: This copy of Chunga’s Revenge is a 1970 U.S. pressing on the Bizarre label.
The cover is VG, with slight ring wear and slight edge and corner wear. It’s better than most covers we see for this title.
The white label promo disc is VG, with a few light marks and a few scuffs from the original inner sleeve. There’s a large inaudible scuff through the third track on side one. The disc plays well.
A nice playable copy of a rare Frank Zappa LP.
Background: Released in 1970, Chunga’s Revenge was the eleventh album by Frank Zappa.
The album reached #119 on the U.S. album chart.
Chunga’s Revenge marks the debut of Mark Volman and Howard Kaylan (among several other musicians) with the Mothers, and while their schtick has not reached the graphic proportions it later would, the thematic obsessions of the 200 Motels period are foreshadowed on tracks like “Road Ladies” and “Would You Go All the Way?” … Zappa’s guitar tone is wonderfully biting and nasty throughout; George Duke provides another musical highlight by scat-singing a “drum solo.”
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|Year of Release:||1970|