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THE FINAL CUT

Pink Floyd

 

Psychedelic/Space Rock

3.17 | 1254 ratings

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Shelket
3 stars With the few desire of David GILMOUR and Nick MASON one takes I finish the final cut according to Roger WATERS then in this disc considered like the sequel that did not have to leave "The Wall" this disc say could more have been one in solitaire of Roger WATERS in truth that not this far from the reality since in this disc WRIGHT does or without the presence of Richard, who in "The Wall" almost not Integra to the band by problems of the members in where or a clear end was seen, many others say that is the tragic end of an era within PINK FLOYD, but that if is really it is a disc obtained within the atmosphere created by "The Wall" perhaps that very well it is the problem that was an almost logical secession predecessor in where does not see many changes, but in if, if there since it is a very sad disc, almost like one oda to the WATERS feelings, this disc must of being appreciated are on considering to it him, but mainly without comparing it because he is different in essence, beautiful pleasing moments and melodías composes this disc, accompanied of the clear traumas of Roger WATERS, in fact this is a test of the creative power of this gentleman, but if the end of one were that never return with such integral in fact already we need one of entrance in this, recommendable if you are not of which it prejudges.
Shelket | 3/5 |

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