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''Jazz From Hell'' was the final studio album that Zappa would release in his lifetime; all later releases that he lived to see were live recordings, and his next (and last) studio album, ''Music/CivilizationPhazeIII'', would be released nearly a year after his passing.

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''Jazz From Hell'' was the final studio album that Zappa would release in his lifetime; all later releases that he lived to see were live recordings, and his next (and last) new studio album, ''Music/CivilizationPhazeIII'', would be released nearly a year after his passing.
passing[[note]]this is discounting ''Music/{{Lather}}'', which is technically not "new" in the sense that it was assembled during the 1970's and initially split across several other albums before finally being released in its original form in 1996[[/note]].


''Jazz from Hell'' is a 1986 {{instrumental}} album by Music/FrankZappa, which won him his first UsefulNotes/GrammyAward (for "Best Rock Instrumental" via the TitleTrack). The album was (yet another) NewSoundAlbum for Zappa as it was almost entirely made on the Synclavier computer, save for the one live track "St. Etienne". The album is well known for the audience favorites "Night School", "St. Etienne" and the incredibly catchy "G-Spot Tornado", which would be performed live on ''Music/TheYellowShark'' and is reportedly the song that Creator/GermaineGreer wants to be played at her funeral. It was the final studio album that Zappa would release in his lifetime; later releases prior to his death were all live recordings.

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''Jazz from Hell'' is a 1986 {{instrumental}} album by Music/FrankZappa, which won him his first UsefulNotes/GrammyAward (for "Best Rock Instrumental" via the TitleTrack). The album was (yet another) NewSoundAlbum for Zappa as it was almost entirely made on the Synclavier computer, save for the one live track "St. Etienne". The album is well known for the audience favorites "Night School", "St. Etienne" and the incredibly catchy "G-Spot Tornado", which would be performed live on ''Music/TheYellowShark'' and is reportedly the song that Creator/GermaineGreer wants to be played at her funeral. It The album is also notable for being the only Zappa record to have a Parental Advisory sticker slapped onto it, despite not featuring any lyrics whatsoever-- the PMRC, likely still reeling from Zappa's anti-censorship testimony at the 1985 Senate hearings against mature lyrical content in music, instead cited the title of "G-Spot Tornado" as their reason for the sticker's inclusion.

''Jazz From Hell''
was the final studio album that Zappa would release in his lifetime; all later releases prior that he lived to his death see were all live recordings.
recordings, and his next (and last) studio album, ''Music/CivilizationPhazeIII'', would be released nearly a year after his passing.


''Jazz from Hell'' is a 1986 {{Instrumental}} album by Music/FrankZappa, which won him his first UsefulNotes/GrammyAward. The album was (yet another) NewSoundAlbum for Zappa as it was almost entirely made on the Synclavier computer, save for the one live track "St. Etienne". The album is well known for the audience favorites "Night School", "St. Etienne" and the incredibly catchy "G-Spot Tornado", which would be performed live on ''Music/TheYellowShark'' and is reportedly the song that Creator/GermaineGreer wants to be played at her funeral. It was the final studio album that Zappa would release in his lifetime.

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''Jazz from Hell'' is a 1986 {{Instrumental}} {{instrumental}} album by Music/FrankZappa, which won him his first UsefulNotes/GrammyAward.UsefulNotes/GrammyAward (for "Best Rock Instrumental" via the TitleTrack). The album was (yet another) NewSoundAlbum for Zappa as it was almost entirely made on the Synclavier computer, save for the one live track "St. Etienne". The album is well known for the audience favorites "Night School", "St. Etienne" and the incredibly catchy "G-Spot Tornado", which would be performed live on ''Music/TheYellowShark'' and is reportedly the song that Creator/GermaineGreer wants to be played at her funeral. It was the final studio album that Zappa would release in his lifetime.

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lifetime; later releases prior to his death were all live recordings.

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* CoversAlwaysLie: None of the music on this album could be called {{Jazz}}.

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None of the music on this album could be called {{Jazz}}.


''Jazz from Hell'' is a 1986 {{Instrumental}} album by Music/FrankZappa, which won him his first UsefulNotes/GrammyAward. The album was (yet another) NewSoundAlbum for Zappa as it was almost entirely made on the Synclavier computer, save for the one live track "St. Etienne". The album is well known for the audience favorites "Night School", "St. Etienne" and the incredibly catchy "G-Spot Tornado", which would be performed live on ''Music/TheYellowShark'' and is reportedly the song that Creator/GermaineGreer wants to be played at her funeral.

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''Jazz from Hell'' is a 1986 {{Instrumental}} album by Music/FrankZappa, which won him his first UsefulNotes/GrammyAward. The album was (yet another) NewSoundAlbum for Zappa as it was almost entirely made on the Synclavier computer, save for the one live track "St. Etienne". The album is well known for the audience favorites "Night School", "St. Etienne" and the incredibly catchy "G-Spot Tornado", which would be performed live on ''Music/TheYellowShark'' and is reportedly the song that Creator/GermaineGreer wants to be played at her funeral.
funeral. It was the final studio album that Zappa would release in his lifetime.


-->-- '''Music/FrankZappa''', interviewed at the start of his home video "Video From Hell" (1987).

''Jazz From Hell'' is a 1986 {{Instrumental}} album by Music/FrankZappa, which won him his first UsefulNotes/GrammyAward. The album was (yet another) NewSoundAlbum for Zappa as it was almost entirely made on the Synclavier computer, save for the one live track "St. Etienne". The album is well known for the audience favorites "Night School", "St. Etienne" and the incredibly catchy "G-Spot Tornado", which would be performed live on ''Music/TheYellowShark'' and is reportedly the song that Creator/GermaineGreer wants to be played at her funeral.

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-->-- '''Music/FrankZappa''', interviewed at the start of his home video "Video From from Hell" (1987).

''Jazz From from Hell'' is a 1986 {{Instrumental}} album by Music/FrankZappa, which won him his first UsefulNotes/GrammyAward. The album was (yet another) NewSoundAlbum for Zappa as it was almost entirely made on the Synclavier computer, save for the one live track "St. Etienne". The album is well known for the audience favorites "Night School", "St. Etienne" and the incredibly catchy "G-Spot Tornado", which would be performed live on ''Music/TheYellowShark'' and is reportedly the song that Creator/GermaineGreer wants to be played at her funeral.



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* AlbumTitleDrop: The TitleTrack "Jazz From Hell".

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-> ''Well, [[MyCountryTisOfTheeThatISting things in America can be from Hell]]. Right now we have [[UsefulNotes/RonaldReagan a president from Hell]], and the National Security Council from hell, so we should add jazz from hell also.''

-> '''Music/FrankZappa''', interviewed at the start of his home video "Video From Hell" (1987).

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-> ''Well, [[MyCountryTisOfTheeThatISting ''"Well, things in America can be from Hell]].Hell. Right now we have [[UsefulNotes/RonaldReagan a president from Hell]], and the National Security Council from hell, so we should add jazz from hell also.''

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'''Music/FrankZappa''', interviewed at the start of his home video "Video From Hell" (1987).


'''Jazz From Hell''' is a 1986 {{Instrumental}} album by Music/FrankZappa, which won him his first UsefulNotes/GrammyAward. The album was (yet another) NewSoundAlbum for Zappa as it was almost entirely made on the Synclavier computer, save for the one live track "St. Etienne". The album is well known for the audience favorites "Night School", "St. Etienne" and the incredibly catchy "G-Spot Tornado", which would be performed live on ''Music/TheYellowShark'' and is reportedly the song that Creator/GermaineGreer wants to be played at her funeral.

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'''Jazz ''Jazz From Hell''' Hell'' is a 1986 {{Instrumental}} album by Music/FrankZappa, which won him his first UsefulNotes/GrammyAward. The album was (yet another) NewSoundAlbum for Zappa as it was almost entirely made on the Synclavier computer, save for the one live track "St. Etienne". The album is well known for the audience favorites "Night School", "St. Etienne" and the incredibly catchy "G-Spot Tornado", which would be performed live on ''Music/TheYellowShark'' and is reportedly the song that Creator/GermaineGreer wants to be played at her funeral.


** If we give any credit to the urban legend that some stores labelled the album with the RIAA warning sticker ("Parental Advisory: Explicit Content"), we have a further example, as the entire album was instrumental.

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** If we give any credit to the urban legend that some stores labelled the album with the RIAA warning sticker ("Parental (at the time, "Parental Advisory: Explicit Content"), Lyrics"), we have a further example, as the entire album was instrumental.

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** If we give any credit to the urban legend that some stores labelled the album with the RIAA warning sticker ("Parental Advisory: Explicit Content"), we have a further example, as the entire album was instrumental.


'''Jazz From Hell''' is a 1986 {{Instrumental}} album by Music/FrankZappa, which won him his first Grammy Award. The album was (yet another) NewSoundAlbum for Zappa as it was almost entirely made on the Synclavier computer, save for the one live track "St. Etienne". The album is well known for the audience favorites "Night School", "St. Etienne" and the incredibly catchy "G-Spot Tornado", which would be performed live on ''Music/TheYellowShark'' and is reportedly the song that Creator/GermaineGreer wants to be played at her funeral.

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'''Jazz From Hell''' is a 1986 {{Instrumental}} album by Music/FrankZappa, which won him his first Grammy Award.UsefulNotes/GrammyAward. The album was (yet another) NewSoundAlbum for Zappa as it was almost entirely made on the Synclavier computer, save for the one live track "St. Etienne". The album is well known for the audience favorites "Night School", "St. Etienne" and the incredibly catchy "G-Spot Tornado", which would be performed live on ''Music/TheYellowShark'' and is reportedly the song that Creator/GermaineGreer wants to be played at her funeral.


--> Music/FrankZappa, interviewed at the start of his home video "Video From Hell" (1987).

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-> '''Music/FrankZappa''',
interviewed at the start of his home video "Video From Hell" (1987).


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