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* GettingCrapPastTheRadar: The grapefruit on the cover, which explains the album title. [[note]]It's dripping with what appears to be juice but could also be semen, in reference to the practice of truck drivers to use such a fruit for self-gratification during long night drives. Confirmed by [[WordOfSaintPaul the graphic artist himself]].[[/note]]

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%% * GettingCrapPastTheRadar: The grapefruit on GettingCrapPastThe Radar: Due to overwhelming and persistent misuse, GCPTR is on-page examples only until 01 June 2021. If you are reading this in the cover, which explains future, please check the album title. [[note]]It's dripping with what appears trope page to be juice but could also be semen, in reference to make sure your example fits the practice of truck drivers to use such a fruit for self-gratification during long night drives. Confirmed by [[WordOfSaintPaul the graphic artist himself]].[[/note]]current definition.


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* Music/Tina Turner & The Ikettes: backing vocals

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* Music/Tina Turner Music/TinaTurner & The Ikettes: backing vocals


# "Camarillo Brillo (3:59)
# "I'm The Slime (3:35)
# "Dirty Love (2:59)
# "Fifty-Fifty (6:10)

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# "Camarillo Brillo Brillo" (3:59)
# "I'm The Slime Slime" (3:35)
# "Dirty Love Love" (2:59)
# "Fifty-Fifty "Fifty-Fifty" (6:10)


'''Over-Nite Sensation''' is a 1973 album by Music/FrankZappa which is widely considered to be one of his best, as well as a commercial best-seller. It's well known for the Zappa fan favorites "Camarillo Brillo", "Dirty Love", "I'm The Slime", "Dinah-Moe Humm" and "Montana". Often named a companion piece to ''Music/{{Apostrophe}}'' (1974) for its similar heavy rock sound it won Zappa legions of new rock fans.

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'''Over-Nite Sensation''' ''Over-Nite Sensation'' is a 1973 album by Music/FrankZappa which is widely considered to be one of his best, as well as a commercial best-seller. It's well known for the Zappa fan favorites "Camarillo Brillo", "Dirty Love", "I'm The Slime", "Dinah-Moe Humm" and "Montana". Often named a companion piece to ''Music/{{Apostrophe}}'' (1974) for its similar heavy rock sound it won Zappa legions of new rock fans.


--> ''And you will do as you are told/ until the rights to you are sold.''

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--> ''And ''Your mind is totally controlled/ You have been stuffed into my mold/ And you will do as you are told/ until the rights to you are sold.''


* SpecialGuest: Tina Turner and the Ikettes on background vocals.

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* SpecialGuest: Tina Turner and the Ikettes on background vocals.vocals, although they're uncredited, by order of Ike Turner.


* RealLifeWritesThePlot: The fire extinguisher seen on the album cover and alluded to in the song "Camarillo Brillo" referred to an incident involving Zappa's road manager Marty Perellis during the 1973 Australian tour, as told by Michael Gray on page 154 of his book "Mother!":
--> ''Afterwards, back in his hotel room, one reporter noted the sounds of Zappa practicing guitar inside his room, while roadie named Marty got locked out in the nude with a backfiring fire extinguisher, and a lot of groupies found a lot of action.''


* GettingCrapPastTheRadar: Not mentioning some of the lyrics the album cover should get notice too. A grapefruit can be spotted, [[note]] full with sperm, in reference to the practice of truck drivers to use a piece of fruit for self-gratification during long trips. Confirmed by the graphic artist himself, by the way. [[/note]]

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* GettingCrapPastTheRadar: Not mentioning some of the lyrics the album cover should get notice too. A The grapefruit can be spotted, [[note]] full on the cover, which explains the album title. [[note]]It's dripping with sperm, what appears to be juice but could also be semen, in reference to the practice of truck drivers to use such a piece of fruit for self-gratification during long trips. night drives. Confirmed by [[WordOfSaintPaul the graphic artist himself, by the way. himself]].[[/note]]


--> ''I'm ridinasmall tiny hoss / His name is Mighty Little / He'sagoodhoss / Even though / He'sabitdinkytostrapabigsaddleorblanketonanyway /
He'sabitdinkytostrapabigsaddleorblanketonanyway / Anyway''

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--> ''I'm ridinasmall tiny hoss / His name is Mighty Little / He'sagoodhoss / Even though / \\
He'sabitdinkytostrapabigsaddleorblanketonanyway /
/ He'sabitdinkytostrapabigsaddleorblanketonanyway / Anyway''

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* MotorMouth: The Ikettes, in "Montana":
--> ''I'm ridinasmall tiny hoss / His name is Mighty Little / He'sagoodhoss / Even though / He'sabitdinkytostrapabigsaddleorblanketonanyway /
He'sabitdinkytostrapabigsaddleorblanketonanyway / Anyway''


--> ''[[spoiler: I'm the Slime oozin' out from your TV set.]]

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--> ''[[spoiler: I'm ''I'm the Slime oozin' out from your TV set.]]''



** The album cover shows huge hands, something that pops up often on Zappa album covers, from ''Music/BurntWeenySandwich'' to ''Music/OneSizeFitsAll''. A "Holiday Inn" can be spotted in the background, a throwback to the hotel mentioned on ''Music/FillmoreEastJune1971''. [[spoiler: The tv is oozing with slime]], in reference to "I'm The Slime". An extinguisher can be seen as well, in reference to imagery from "Camarillo Brillo".

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** The album cover shows huge hands, something that pops up often on Zappa album covers, from ''Music/BurntWeenySandwich'' to ''Music/OneSizeFitsAll''. A "Holiday Inn" can be spotted in the background, a throwback to the hotel mentioned on ''Music/FillmoreEastJune1971''. [[spoiler: The tv is oozing with slime]], slime, in reference to "I'm The Slime". An extinguisher can be seen as well, in reference to imagery from "Camarillo Brillo".



--> ''Afterwards, back in his hotel room, one reporter noted the sounds of Zappa practicising guitar inside his room, while roadie named Marty got locked out in the nude with a backfiring fire extinguisher, and a lot of groupies found a lot of action.''

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--> ''Afterwards, back in his hotel room, one reporter noted the sounds of Zappa practicising practicing guitar inside his room, while roadie named Marty got locked out in the nude with a backfiring fire extinguisher, and a lot of groupies found a lot of action.''



* YouWatchTooMuchX: [[spoiler: "I'm The Slime"]].

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* YouWatchTooMuchX: [[spoiler: "I'm The Slime"]].Slime".

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** Music/ArjenAnthonyLucassen covered "I'm The Slime" on his solo album ''Music/LostInTheNewReal''.


* BawdySong: "Camarillo Brillo", "Dirty Love" and "Dinah-Moe Humm".

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* BawdySong: "Camarillo Brillo", Brillo" and "Dinah-Moe Humm" are both about sexual encounters, while "Dirty Love" and "Dinah-Moe Humm".is about lust.


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* LocationSong: "Montana", where Zappa imagines himself moving to this state to raise dental floss on a farm.



[[AC:Side One]]




[[AC:Side Two]]



!! Zircon-encrusted tropes
* AllMenArePerverts:
--> ''She could prove it any time/ all men were scum'' - "Dinah-Moe Humm'.

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!! Zircon-encrusted tropes
''Zircon-encrusted tropes''
* AllMenArePerverts:
AllMenArePerverts: "Dinah-Moe Humm"
--> ''She could prove it any time/ all men were scum'' - "Dinah-Moe Humm'. scum''



** "Now is that a real poncho or is that a Sears Poncho?" and "the toads of the short forest" in "Camarillo Brillo" wpuld be referenced again on ''Music/{{Apostrophe}}'' during "Cosmik Debris" . The toads of the short forest being referenced earlier on ''Music/WeaselsRippedMyFlesh (1970)''. A star on the album back cover of ''Music/OneSizeFitsAll'' (1975) is called "Henna Brillo".
** A "frenzy" is mentioned during "Camarillo Brillo" and would return again in Zappa songs like "Father O' Blivion" (from ''Music/{{Apostrophe}}'' (1974)) "Honey Don't You Want A Man Like Me?" (from ''Zappa in New York'' (1978))), "Watermelon in Easter Hay" (from ''Music/JoesGarage (1979))'', "Smell My Beard" (from ''You Can't Do That On Stage Anymore, Volume 4'' (1991)).
** Fido the poodle and his call "Here Fido, Here Fido" are introduced in "Dirty Love". He made his first appearance on the album back cover of ''Music/AbsolutelyFree (1967)'', where one of the advertisements reads "Buy a Fydo fits swell". The dog and his call "Here Fido, Here Fido" would reappear again during "Nanook Rubs It" and "Stink-Foot" from ''Music/{{Apostrophe}}'' and the track "Cheepnis" from ''Roxy & Elsewhere (1974)''. The line "the poodle bites, the poodle chews it" from "Dirty Love" would reappear again at the end of "Stink-Foot" on ''Music/{{Apostrophe}}''.
** An "aroma" is mentioned during "Dirty Love", a conceptual continuity nod that was referenced earlier during "Dental Hygiene Dilemma" from ''Film/TwoHundredMotels'' ("It's still damp! What an aroma!") and would be reprised later during "Jewish Princess" from ''Music/SheikYerbouti'' (1979) ("With a garlic aroma that could level Tacoma") and "For The Young Sophisticate" from "Tinseltown Rebellion" (1981) ("A radiator bad aroma").

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** "Now is that a real poncho or is that a Sears Poncho?" and "the toads of the short forest" in "Camarillo Brillo" wpuld would be referenced again on ''Music/{{Apostrophe}}'' during "Cosmik Debris" . The toads of the short forest being referenced earlier on ''Music/WeaselsRippedMyFlesh (1970)''. A star on the album back cover of ''Music/OneSizeFitsAll'' (1975) is called "Henna Brillo".
** A "frenzy" is mentioned during "Camarillo Brillo" and would return again in Zappa songs like "Father O' Blivion" (from ''Music/{{Apostrophe}}'' (1974)) "Honey Don't You Want A Man Like Me?" (from ''Zappa in New York'' ''Music/ZappaInNewYork'' (1978))), "Watermelon in Easter Hay" (from ''Music/JoesGarage (1979))'', "Smell My Beard" (from ''You Can't Do That On Stage Anymore, Volume 4'' (1991)).
** Fido the poodle and his call "Here Fido, Here Fido" are introduced in "Dirty Love". He made his first appearance on the album back cover of ''Music/AbsolutelyFree (1967)'', where one of the advertisements reads "Buy a Fydo fits swell". The dog and his call "Here Fido, Here Fido" would reappear again during "Nanook Rubs It" and "Stink-Foot" from ''Music/{{Apostrophe}}'' and the track "Cheepnis" from ''Roxy & Elsewhere ''Music/RoxyAndElsewhere (1974)''. The line "the poodle bites, the poodle chews it" from "Dirty Love" would reappear again at the end of "Stink-Foot" on ''Music/{{Apostrophe}}''.
** An "aroma" is mentioned during "Dirty Love", a conceptual continuity nod that was referenced earlier during "Dental Hygiene Dilemma" from ''Film/TwoHundredMotels'' ("It's still damp! What an aroma!") and would be reprised later during "Jewish Princess" from ''Music/SheikYerbouti'' (1979) ("With a garlic aroma that could level Tacoma") and "For The Young Sophisticate" from "Tinseltown Rebellion" ''Music/TinseltownRebellion'' (1981) ("A radiator bad aroma").



--> ''With a zomby woof behind your eyes''

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--> ''With a zomby woof behind your eyes''eyes?''



* NonAppearingTitle: ''Over-Nite Sensation'' is never mentioned in any of the titles or lyrics.

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* NonAppearingTitle: ''Over-Nite Sensation'' "Over-Nite Sensation" is never mentioned in any of the titles or lyrics.

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