Talk:From the Mars Hotel
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Pride of Cucamonga
It is thought by some that "Pride of Cucamonga" is a dismissal of the work of Frank Zappa. Zappa is known to have said some arrogant and sarcastic things about the Greatful Dead, and the compliment was returned —Preceding unsigned comment added by 184.108.40.206 (talk) 11:41, 31 July 2009 (UTC)
- Checking a few relevant sources, I'm seeing the title both ways. Allmusic and Robert Christgau have it as From the Mars Hotel, but Rolling Stone, deaddisc.com, and the Grateful Dead's own online store list it as Grateful Dead from the Mars Hotel. With that being said, in my opinion the actual album title is From the Mars Hotel, and I agree with your proposal to rename the article. But, that would be a pretty big change for the article, so I would request that you wait at least seven days, to give other editors a chance to voice their opinion on this. Thanks. — Mudwater (Talk) 23:57, 29 June 2011 (UTC)