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Pink Floyd


Psychedelic/Space Rock

3.74 | 1886 ratings

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2 stars I complete beat on the attempt to only remake the sound of PINK FLOYD reconfirmo that is David GILMOUR that has the dominion of the band which later they had made tours world- wide in where I let myself see a fastuosidad, in this disc are sporadic moments in which the soul of PINK FLOYD can be listened, once law of a person who knows enough of the progressive rock that Roger WATERS is the brain and that David GILMOUR is the soul, peculiarly later law of the same person that had attended a concert of David GILMOUR and later of Roger WATERS, writes that the soul of PINK FLOYD is not David GILMOUR that if he is a great one interprets but the soul of PINK FLOYD is the dementia and made feel inferior mind of Roger WATERS, this disc it is another clear example of that, sounds brilliant, with moments that move, but that lacks, "where this Pink", the Floyd becomes present but without the Pink it is necessary more, I recommend the instrumental parts again in where this time has the well-known participation in the creation of the subjects Richard WRIGHT, clear this who Nick MASON always playing its role of way than more decent, this is a disc like its predecessor a good addiction for the collections of progressive but nonessential rock.
Shelket | 2/5 |


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