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Pink Floyd


Psychedelic/Space Rock

2.59 | 56 ratings

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Chris H
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3 stars Well with the release of this concert, Pink Floyd invented a new product. It's called acid of the ears! This is psychedelic music at its rawest and most hypnotic. Both of these song were recorded way before the Pink Floyd craze and hype, before Gilmour and Darkside, and before mainstream popularity. They were originally made for the short film of the same name as the album.

Okay now onto the album. Sound quality is the worst quality I think I have heard yet. "Interstellar Overdrive" is an awesome song, with powerful riffs and some mighty drumming from a younger, more amped up Nick Mason. It is much better than the "Piper" version, as it includes bits and pieces of other future compositions such as "Astronomy Domine". "Nick's Boogie" is a little too long in my opinion, as it gets very stretchy at times. However, it's an excellent example of how the Floyd played before their mainstream success.

So all in all, if you are looking for some good, live Floyd from their Barrett psychedelia days, this is a great pick-up, as long as you can deal with poor sound quality. If you are looking for the baroque, Roger Waters driven singles DO NOT look here for them.

Chris H | 3/5 |


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