As loosely quoted from Neil Slaven's, 'Electric Don Quixote,' "the project/object was the means by which Frank Zappa incorporated every aspect of his work into an undefined grand design." This means that every sound, every song, every record, every performance, and even the little incidentals were all integrated into a unified whole, held together by Zappa's 'conceptual continuity.' In an interview with Rolling Stone magazine, Zappa explained it further stating, "It's all one album. All the material is organically related. If I collected each of the master tapes, I could take a razor blade and cut them all apart. Then I could put them back together in a different order and it would still make one coherent piece of music that you could listen to."
Frank Zappa Project/Object, No.#3
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