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Pink Floyd


Psychedelic/Space Rock

3.66 | 1600 ratings

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3 stars This disc can respond many questions that without a doubt do not have a single answer, since this disc contains the step that I create was definitive so that PINK FLOYD was what is, since the entrance of David GILMOUR in spite of which it thinks was the first step so that the band became which after this it was, David GILMOUR was not a stranger of the band in fact was part of the frequent friendships of the members, the more and more unstable state made that the band now asked for the support of the famous guitarist, that we know clearly is a teacher of the passages that make us travel, ironically the one that is not so psicodélico gave the fame him of psicodélica to the band, in this disc as I said is possible to be listened the two bands, in which of to have followed with that style serious a band of very minimum cult hardly well-known in means, not being bad band but the sound that tapeworm previously is not apt for the masses that later the band would create that formulates that it caused that people listened to them, in this disc we can appreciate the two faces of the currency, intriguers songs full of a very noticeable psicodélico power and a progressive sound influenced clearly to the symphonic one to the majestic passages, is enough single to listen to the song "Saucerful of Secrets" that gives name to the disc to feel found emotions, without a doubt an angular difference and stone progressive marked in the beginning of super band PINK FLOYD
Shelket | 3/5 |


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