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    My Mother Is A Space Cadet

My debut single from 1982. It was recorded at the UMRK when I was 12 years old. It was produced by Edward Van Halen and Engineered by Donn Landee. Together they were credited as De Vards.

philippe d.

I heard this a few months ago. "Hey, let's go on YT and finally listen to that song."

I've had it in my head for the next three days. You go and tell me how you deal with people having that fucking chorus in your head NON-STOP 24/7 in your head..

The YT video being shitty (that's YT's purpose, isn't it?), I decided to buy the record! And then I saw the prices. Fooking 'ell!!

But Dweez saved the day by putting it up on his website. INSTANT BUY. The best bucks I've spent in months. Hell.. YEARS. F*ck me senseless...

I listen to MMIASC at least twice a day. I'm hoping for a remaster. But hey, I'm VERY happy with what I have.

Thanks a lot Dweez. Love ya love ya love ya. More than you'll ever know.

Cheers from France!


Ryan E.

Who played the drums on this?


Jay Cuccurullo, Warren's brother.

Jack M.

I think I got Crunchy Water in a magazine as a floppy single. I can’t remember am I right about this?


I have this on vinyl!


Tucker C.

This was my first exposure to anything Zappa. I was just starting to play and was so excited to see a record with a kid right around my own age on the cover. Crunchy Water was the first song I learned to play all the way through! Little did I know then that it was the start of a lifelong obsession.

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