Dweezil Zappa—Havin' A Bad Day

Havin' A Bad Day

(Dweezil Zappa, LP, Barking Pumpkin ST-74204, August 22, 1986)

  1. Havin' A Bad Day (Dweezil Zappa/Scott Thunes)
  2. Blonde Hair, Brown Nose (Dweezil Zappa/Scott Thunes)
  3. You Can't Ruin Me (Dweezil Zappa)
  4. The Pirate Song (Dweezil Zappa)
  5. You Can't Imagine (Dweezil Zappa)
  6. Let's Talk About It (Dweezil Zappa)
  7. Electric Hoedown (Dweezil Zappa)
  8. I Want A Yacht (Dweezil Zappa/Scott Thunes/Gail Zappa)
  9. I Feel Like I Wanna Cry (Dweezil Zappa)

Produced by Frank Zappa & Bob Stone

Engineered by Bob Stone
Arranged by Scott Thunes & Chad Wackerman

Dweezil Zappa—Guitar, Vocals
Chad Wackerman—Drums
Scott Thunes—Bass
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Bobcat Goldthwait—Vocals
Bob Rice—Vocals
Kathryn Thyne—Vocals
Ahmet Zappa—Vocals
Diva Zappa—Vocals
Gail Zappa—Vocals
Moon Unit Zappa—Vocals

 


Notes & Comments

Havin' A Bad Day

Original Credits

Musicians
Dweezil Zappa, guitars
Scott Thunes, bass
Chad Wackerman, drums
Vocals
Dweezil Zappa
Moon Zappa
Bobcat Goldthwait
Yachtly Crüe
Dweezil, Ahmet, Diva,
Gail, Kathryn Thyne
and Bob Rice
Produced by Frank Zappa
and Bob Stone
Engineered by Bob Stone
Recorded entirely in
Digital at UMRK
Photography: Greg Gorman
Art Direction: John Williams
Agency Representation: ICM
This album contains no
keyboards or synthesizers,
also my Dad did not play
on ANY of it.

Q Magazine Review

Lloyd Bradley (Q Magazine): "This, his first album serves up nine resounding slabs of thrash metal, that stand head and shoulders above the competition by virtue of Dad's guiding hand-Frank produced the set. The playing is never sloppy, the rhythm section powerful and the solos usually inventive without tapering off into self indulgence. The only songs that let it down are Let's Talk About It and You Can't Ruin Me, where sister Moon takes lead vocal and is something of an anti-climax after Dweezil's forceful roaring. If he continues hitting the teenage angst spot so deftly (song titles include Having A Bad Day, I Want A Yacht and Blonde Hair Brown Nose) this young man could have quite a future in today's metalhungry USA."

 

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