Frank Zappa Discography

Frank Zappa Discography

This is a list of albums by Frank Zappa, including all those credited to The Mothers of Invention, as well as tribute albums to him. During his lifetime Zappa released 62 albums. Between 1994 and 2011 the Zappa Family Trust released 29 posthumous albums, making a total of 91 albums.

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