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Pink Floyd


Psychedelic/Space Rock

3.33 | 520 ratings

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3 stars While I like most if not all of the songs on this album and I love live albums I just can not listen to this one. I would say that the first disc of this is the better one. While I don't like A Momentary Lapse of Reason as much as the other albums represented on this album I like most of this disc because David Gilmore is suppose to sing these songs. I can't stand Gilmore singing Waters parts. Waters voice is not as heavy as Gilmore's and I don't like hearing these soft spots sung by a heavy voice. If this was a live album with Waters on it it would be absolutely amazing, but because it has Gilmore singing where he shouldn't the album or the most part is just ruined. I give this album a three star rating because the songs are great but the singing in my opinion is not bery good. The songs that Gilmore is suppose to sing on just aren't as good and the ones that he isn't suppose to sing on are just ruined.
TheMadCap | 3/5 |


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