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    Her Eyes Don't Follow Me
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    Ahh, the 80's... Steinberger Trans-Trem guitar extravaganza.

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    The Coolest Guy In The World
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    My Guitar Wants To Kill Your Mama
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    80's Metal cover of my Dad's song, "My Guitar Wants To Kill Your Mama." The video for this song was fun to make. It was directed by Jeff Stein and featured a few guest appearances including Mamie Van Doren, Robert Wagner, and Michael Nouri. It was also the first on-screen appearance of actress, Madchen Amick.

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    Comfort Of Strangers
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    Fiona Flanagan sings guest vocals on this track. Terry Bozzio on drums.

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    Bang Your Groove Thang
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    Steinberger Guitar is tuned to low B.

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    Your Money Or Your Life
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    Shameless
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    Before I Get Old
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    When You're Near Me
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    A ballad.

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    10 Nasty Bizness
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    You Don't Know When To Love Me
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Dweezil Zappa Solo album #2, 1988. Released on Chrysalis Records. Produced by Beau Hill.

I was 17 years old when I made the album. It was the only album I did while signed to a major label. It's got the Hard Rock sound of the '80s and there's no stopping it! Steve Smith and Terry Bozzio on drums too!

It's pretty crazy how much things changed after that!

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Christopher D.

Hello. I was just curious if these albums were all digital or are there some that are available as CD, as I would love to buy them as CDs. I just wish there was a way I could tell. Thank you either way and I appreciate your time. Great store BTW!!

Chris Dumlao

Dweezil

Hi Chris,

I don't have CD stock for any of my albums, with the exception of "Go With What You Know." The rest are only available as downloads. I will be opening up my merchandise store on my site very soon. We will have an assortment of t-shirts and other goodies as well as the "Go With What You Know disc." Future plans are to have much more video content. Full concerts and some guitar instructional content as well. It just takes a bit of time to organize!

Christopher D.

Cool!! At least one is in stock as physical media. I understand CDS are not so popular nowadays so that's okay. May I add that if you do plan to release limited copies of this or that in the future, I will be one of the first in line for that, even if they're at a slightly higher price. If this is connected at all with reward music, EVEN better!! Thanks for the reply!!/m//m/

Eric C.

Impressive metal version of my guitar...

CEddy10165

This was my first DZ album - still enjoy it. Curious what the source for this is - original CD mastering or remaster? Were there live dates or a tour for this album? I was a year or 2 too young at the time it would have happened, and have always been curious if there are live recordings from the era.

William W.

I have this on CD. Do you still pay the Steinberger GM 1T?

Dweezil

Hi William,

I have used it on several albums. I have one with an EMG and one with 2 seymour duncan pickups.

Phil C.

My first Dweezil cassette.  Bang Your Groove Thing is fun.

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