|1||My Guitar Wants To Kill Your Mama|
Vocals – Frank Zappa
|2||Didja Get Any Onya?|
Vocals – Lowell George
|3||The Eric Dolphy Memorial Barbecue||6:52|
|4||Dwarf Nebula Processional March & Dwarf Nebula||2:12|
|5||Toads Of The Short Forest||4:48|
|6||The Orange County Lumber Truck||3:21|
Vocals – Ray Collins
|8||Get A Little||2:31|
|9||Directly From My Heart To You|
Vocals – Don "Sugar Cane" HarrisWritten-By – R.W. Penniman
|10||Weasels Ripped My Flesh||2:08|
|11||Prelude To The Afternoon Of A Sexually Aroused Gas Mask|
Vocals – Roy Estrada
|MS 2028||The Mothers Of Invention||Weasels Ripped My Flesh (LP, Album)||Bizarre Records||MS 2028||US||1970|
|RS 2028||The Mothers Of Invention||Weasels Ripped My Flesh (LP, Album, Fli)||Reprise Records||RS 2028||New Zealand||1970|
|MC-45-039||Frank Zappa||Weasels Ripped My Flesh (Cass, Unofficial)||MC||MC-45-039||Russia||Unknown|
|RCD 10510||Frank Zappa / The Mothers Of Invention||Frank Zappa / The Mothers Of Invention - Weasels Ripped My Flesh (CD, Album, RE, RM)||Rykodisc||RCD 10510||US||1995|
|K44019||The Mothers Of Invention||Weasels Ripped My Flesh (LP, Album, RE)||Reprise Records||K44019||UK||1976|
All compositions controlled for the World by Frank Zappa Music, BMI (tracks 3 9), and Munchkin Music, ASCAP, except track 2 published by Duchess Music, BMI.
© ℗ 1970, 1990 Barking Pumpkin Records.
CD manufactured and marketed by Rykodisc under exclusive license.
Made in USA by PDO.
This album was originally released in February 1970.
It was digitally remastered for CD at UMRK in 1989.
Material contained herein represents different aspects of our work from 1967-1969.
Track 1 was recorded live at the Philadelphia Arena.
Track 3 was recorded live at Festival Hall in London.
The second half of track 4 was recorded at Thee Image in Miami.
Track 5 was recorded live at the Factory in the Bronx.
Track 10 was recorded live at Festival Hall and track 11 was recorded live at a concert in Birmingham (England).
Track 2 was cut at T.T.G. in Hollywood.
The first part of track 4 was cut at Whitney Studios in Glendale.
Track 6 was cut at A&R Studios in New York.
Track 7 was cut at Apostolic Studios in New York, along with track 9.
Track 8 is the original version from Criteria Studios in Miami with final overdubs at T.T.G. and Whitney.
Rykodisc CD reissues from 1990 employed Bob Stone, formerly Chief Engineer for Larrabee Sound, to remaster all of Frank's catalog. The Ryko CD reissues of Weasels Ripped My Flesh credit Stone with the phrase "Digital Art" instead of Digital Mastering or Remastering, but this phrase actually refers to the remastering for CD of the release.