Epic Rocking: “The Adventures of Greggery Peccary” takes up an

Design Student’s Orgasm: The album cover designed by Gary Panter. Epic Rocking: “The Adventures of Greggery Peccary” takes up an entire LP side and is 20:40 long. All of it was performed live and is so complicated that Zappa never performed it on stage. “Revised Music For Guitar And Low Budget Orchestra” is 7:36 long, while “RDNZL” is 8:12 long. Gluttonous Pig: Greggery certainly takes financial advantage of anything that could be changed into a trend. Instrumentals: “Revised Music For Guitar Low Budget Orchestra” and “RDNZL”. In the Style of.: “Greggery Peccary”‘s music resembles a cartoon soundtrack. Lemony Narrator: During “Greggery Peccary” Zappa describes all the events in sarcastic fashion. Long Title: “The Adventures Of Greggery Peccary” and “Revised Music For Guitar Low Budget Orchestra”. Mickey Mousing: “The Adventures Of Greggery Peccary” has various scenes that are illustrated musically or by sound effects. Non Appearing Title: The title doesn’t appear in any of the tracks. Only in It for the Money: Greggery thinks up time wasting trends, just for profits http://ruttienthevisa.com/with-availability-of-all-development-infrastructures/, and Quentin Robert DeNameland gives not really helpful philosophical advice, while still demanding to be paid in huge cheques. The Parody: “Greggery Peccary” is a parody of musical fairy tales such as Peter and the Wolf and rock operas, while “Lemme Take You The Beach” is a parody of Surf Rock pop tunes, with insanely happy lyrics. Pig Man: Greggery is described as “a little pig”, yet he drives a car and works at an office. Product Placement: Greggery rides around in a red Volkswagen and checks out “The Whole Earth Catalogue”. Real Life Writes the Plot: A peccary swine actually exists. The species lives in South America. Shout Out: The name of “Greggery Peccary” is a pun on Gregory Peck. His invention of the calendar references the Gregorian calendar. Two trends that are brought up are the Twist and Flower Power. Greggery’s line “what hath God wrought?” is a reference to Alexander Graham Bell’s famous line after the telephone was invented. After the line about “slowly aging very hip young people” Herbie Hancock’s “Chameleon” from Head Hunters is quoted. The honky tonk piano section references the theme from the TV show My Three Sons. After the line “garishly painted buses” Zappa quotes from “Entry Of The Gladiators” by Julius Fucik. “Louie Louie” is quoted after the line “perform lewd acts”. The radios tuned to different channels all paying at once, references “Imaginary Landscape” by John Cage. Silly Love Songs: “Lemme Take You To The Beach” Eat a candy.

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