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Pink Floyd - Tonite Let's All Make Love In London CD (album) cover


Pink Floyd


Psychedelic/Space Rock

2.61 | 62 ratings

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1 stars This is the first ever recorded Floyd, and even the most faithful Floydian may have trouble enjoying it. There is absolutely no evidence that this is the same band that produced Dark Side of the Moon, or anything after. The two tracks were used as a soundtrack to a psychedelic film, released on DVD in '99, and even that drug-induced footage made the experience a bit more interesting. Without it, we only have really irritating, repetitive electric ramblings. At times there is a nice riff, but usually, there are too many effects and too little substance and structure. I would suggest you steer clear, unless you are the most devoted of Floyd fans, in which case you may enjoy having this in your collection, but otherwise, do not purchase! If you are still inclined to buy this extended trip, I suggest buying the edition of the DVD which comes with a CD, that way you at least get to watch the bizarre scenes from downtown London, and still have the same two tracks on audio format.
Shakespeare | 1/5 |


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