The late Frank Zappa was not afraid of tackling political hypocrisy in its many forms. I sometimes wonder what Zappa would think of current developments in American politics. And then I hear a long like "When the Lie's So Big," from Zappa's 1988 record, Broadway the Hard Way, and I suspect I know the answer. Not a whole lot has changed...
So apparently the rumors are true: Lady Gaga has purchased Frank Zappa's Laurel Canyon house for $5.25 million. This article has a clip from an interview Gaga did on the Howard Stern show. I can think of a lot of pop stars I wouldn't want living in Zappa's house, but Lady Gaga seems pretty cool, so I'm down. Not like the Zappas asked my permission...(Come to think of it, Ahmet Zappa probably didn't even ask for Dweezil or Moon Unit's permission.)
(adj.) wild and frenzied; from Greek κορυβαντες (Korybantes)