Frank Zappa You Can't Do That On Stage Anymore 2 1988, Live Review by Mike

9.0
Avant-Garde Prog Rock/Jazz
Unlike the other YCDTOSA double albums (which are loose collections of unreleased live tracks) this is one entire concert: Helsinki, 1972. It shows Zappa and the band in perfect form, and apart from Dupree's Paradise and the Finnish song everything is very nice. A real highlight is the Village/Echidna/Don't You Ever... package, performed at much faster pace than on Roxy & Elsewhere. Especially Village of the Sun is hilarious. The whole albums is very humorous, with many funny conversations and jokes, and of course the legendary "Whipping Floss" version of Montana.
Tush Tush Tush (A Token of My Extreme) 2:48
8.5
Stinkfoot 4:18
8.4
Inca Roads 10:54
9.5
RDNZL 8:42
9.0
Village of the Sun 4:34
9.4
Echidna's Arf (Of You) 3:30
9.5
Don't You Ever Wash That Thing? 4:56
9.6
Pygmy Twylyte 8:22
9.2
Room Service 6:22
9.0
The Idiot Bastard Son 2:39
9.4
It's simply hilarious ... humour really does belong in music.: "The father's a nazi in congress today ... the mother's a hooker somewhere in L.A."
Cheepnis 4:29
8.7
Approximate 8:11
9.4
And now for something completely different - a hilarious vocal version of the song, followed by a really melodic one (well, as melodic as Approximate can possibly get).
Dupree's Paradise 23:59
8.2
Satumaa (Finnish Tango) 3:50
7.2
T'Mershi Duween 1:32
8.5
The Dog Breath Variations 1:38
8.5
Uncle Meat 2:28
8.8
Building a Girl 1:00
9.0
Montana (Whipping Floss) 10:15
9.5