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Pink Floyd


Psychedelic/Space Rock

3.15 | 1248 ratings

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2 stars PINK FLOYD's first OST album, 'More' is inconsequential, typical of the immediate post-BARRETT period in indulging in soundscapes bereft of musical merit.

'More' is a very slight album, a quickly-generated filler between 'proper' PINK FLOYD studio album releases, with little of merit to recommend it. In the first two tracks, however, there is more substance than either the previous studio album or the one to follow. 'Cirrus Minor' is a gentle opener, comprising an interesting and sadly under-exploited chord progression, leading in to an enormously heavy GILMOUR-guitar-driven 'Nile Song'. The contrast could not be greater. This raises interest, only for the album to drift away into a sequence of largely indistinguishable soundtrack noodling.

Again, an album for completionists, with the first two tracks and the 'Crying Song' lifting it to two stars.

russellk | 2/5 |


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