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Pink Floyd


Psychedelic/Space Rock

3.18 | 1741 ratings

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2 stars Okay, here is my first Pink Floyd review as I work my way through their large collection. "The Final Cut" seems to be a real splitter among Pink Floyd fans. Some seem to hate it and give a saving grace for few songs. This may not be the best Pink Floyd ever did, but it has it's charms its own way. "Your Possible Pasts "- this is the only song i could add my mix tape. It has a real good old days feel to it (kinda like The Animals) "The Final Cut" is very clear that a follow up to "The Wall", in fact it could well have formed a third for that album. The music follows a strict pattern throughout, with alternating slow, soft and loud passages, only "Not now John", which is very an unsuccessful one, breaking the mould slightly. David Gilmour gets to throw in the occasional guitar solo, such as on "The Final Cut", but in all the album seems like one boring long track. This is obvious one of Waters poor solo album that the Pink Floyd name should not have been put on this album.
danyboy | 2/5 |


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