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  • Performer: Client
  • Album: In It For The Money
  • FLAC: 1247 mb | MP3: 1581 mb
  • Released: 2004
  • Country: UK
  • Style: Electro, Synth-pop
  • Rating: 4.3/5
  • Votes: 272
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Client - In It For The Money album flac

Tracklist

In It For The Money 3:24
Down To The Underground 3:05
Burning Up 3:56

Versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
CD TH 005 Client In It For The Money ‎(CD, Single) Toast Hawaii, Mute CD TH 005 UK 2004
MUTE 9252-0 Client In It For The Money ‎(12") Mute, Mute Corporation MUTE 9252-0 US 2004
12 TH 005 Client In It For The Money ‎(12") Toast Hawaii 12 TH 005 Europe 2004
P12 TH 005 Client In It For The Money ‎(12", Promo, W/Lbl) Toast Hawaii P12 TH 005 Europe 2004
TH 005, TH005 Client In It For The Money ‎(7", Ltd, Blu) Toast Hawaii, Toast Hawaii, Mute TH 005, TH005 UK 2004
i TH 005 Client In It For The Money ‎(7xFile, MP3, Single, 320) Toast Hawaii i TH 005 UK 2004
9252-2 724596925225 Client In It For The Money ‎(CD, Single) Toast Hawaii, Mute 9252-2 724596925225 US 2004
TH005 Client In It For The Money ‎(CDr, Promo) Toast Hawaii TH005 UK 2004
TH005 Client In It For The Money ‎(CDr, Promo) Toast Hawaii TH005 Greece 2004


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We're Only In It For The Money is a 1968 album by the Mothers of Invention. The cover of We're Only In It For the Money spoofed the cover of the Beatles' 1967 Sgt. Dick Barber ("snorks"). Jimmy Carl Black ("Indian of the group", drums, trumpet, vocals). Roy Estrada (electric bass, vocals, "asthma").

Louder Than War’s Paul Scott-Bates tells us if it was worth the wait. It’s fair to say, that over twenty six years ago, Tackhead helped change the direction of music forever. Hearing stuff like Mind At The End Of The Tether or Hard Left blew my mind and when I first heard Bop Bop (recorded under the name of their studio ‘experiment’ Fats Comet) on the legendary On The Wire radio programme, I was hooked. They’re now back with an album almost entirely made up of tracks that have inspired them over the years. So what of it? Well, it’s an album of quite remarkable quality to be honest.

It’s even funnier that Zappa grouped the Beatles in with such artists, as evident by the album artwork. Nostalgia goggles don’t work on the present. Ever the contrarian, Zappa occupied a strange kind of space in popular music. For one, he fancied himself a composer, opting to work with orchestras in between excessive rehearsing, touring, and recording with the Mothers of Invention, his ever-evolving rock outfit that changed members like underwear. For my money, I will love the police as they kick the shit out of me is the funniest singular Zappa lyric, beating out any masturbation or bestiality reference in his catalog. While primarily a dig at the youth, the lyric serves to remind you that he doesn’t care for the Establishment, either.