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Pink Floyd


Psychedelic/Space Rock

3.89 | 2216 ratings

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5 stars This one is great. A combo between psychedelic and symphonic stuff. Pink Floyd is my favourite band. So I'm getting hard when it comes to reviewing their recordrs. Atom Heart Mother, the title track is a great compositions with some of the greatest melodies in prog ever. 23 minutes of different style changes from almost a soundtrack theme to psychedelic madness. Delicious. Then we have If. A simple, but beautiful song by Roger Waters. Some great lyrics here. Summer 68 is one of my favourite Floyd tracks, and the best song Rick Wright ever wrote. Fat Old Sun is a very lazy track, some kind of an acoustic psychedelia. On album it's only a 5 minute piece of music, but when played live it grew up to 16 minutes! And at last Alan Psychedelic Breakfast. As in title we have here an attempt to make a song out of kitchen sounds. Some music also here. Maybe it's too long, but not too bad. I really like this album. Floyd did good on that one.
Deepslumber | 5/5 |


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