Universal music release 'Sheik Yerbouti' - a live double album with studio elements by Frank Zappa made up of material recorded in 1977 and 1978. One of his most popular and infamous albums, 'Sheik Yerbouti' finds Frank Zappa unleashing his unique brand of sociological documentation on the disco-injected culture of the late '70s. From crises of sexual identity to the rhythmically challenged, the songs are hilarious and occasionally close to home (The Anti-Defamation League of B'nai B'rith didn't care much for 'Jewish Princess'). The satire is some of Zappa's most scathing and unsympathetic, and the music is equally loud and unrelenting - especially when showcasing the talents of sidemen Terry Bozzio and Adrian Belew. A must-have in any Zappa collection.