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We're Only In It for the Money


Download links and information about We're Only In It for the Money by The Mothers Of Invention. This album was released in 1968 and it belongs to Rock, Pop, Humor genres. It contains 19 tracks with total duration of 39:11 minutes.

Artist: The Mothers Of Invention
Release date: 1968
Genre: Rock, Pop, Humor
Tracks: 19
Duration: 39:11
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No. Title Length
1. Are You Hung Up? 1:25
2. Who Needs the Peace Corps? 2:34
3. Concentration Moon 2:22
4. Mom & Dad 2:16
5. Telephone Conversation 0:48
6. Bow Tie Daddy 0:33
7. Harry, You're a Beast 1:21
8. What's the Ugliest Part of Your Body? 1:03
9. Absolutely Free 3:24
10. Flower Punk 3:03
11. Hot Poop 0:26
12. Nasal Retentive Calliope Music 2:02
13. Let's Make the Water Turn Black 2:01
14. The Idiot Bastard Son 3:18
15. Lonely Little Girl 1:09
16. Take Your Clothes Off When You Dance 1:32
17. What's the Ugliest Part of Your Body? (Reprise) 0:58
18. Mother People 2:32
19. The Chrome Plated Megaphone of Destiny 6:24



1961’s Ole Ala Lee was Peggy Lee’s second collection of Latin-themed material for Capitol. As a fair-haired North Dakota gal, Lee initially seemed like the last singer who should be attempting Latin American styles. On the other hand, her voice had something so inherently exotic that the combination worked wonders. The renditions of “You’re So Right for Me” and “Love and Marriage” are enjoyable, though they're little more than traditional American pop arrangements overlaid with conga percussion. Things get much more interesting when Lee slows down the tempo. It could be argued that no white American pop singer of this era better mastered the art of the Cuban bolero than Lee. The evidence is in “You Stepped Out of a Dream” and “Ole,” in which Lee achieves an atmosphere that's not only humid but nearly mystical. Even better is “By Myself,” which is so sexy and full of night that it barely seems accurate to call it a song. Its function is more like that of an ancient spell.