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Pink Floyd


Psychedelic/Space Rock

3.74 | 1851 ratings

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4 stars A return to form, but there's no time for more! The previous two albums are almost solo work: The Final Cut by Roger Waters and A Momentary Lapse of Reason by David Gilmour! This is something fresh and innovative. It's again under the leadership of David Gilmour, but not so full leadership like in the previous release. I have to mark the big impact of Richard Wright in terms of songwriting, but not so much in terms of playing the piano. The piano is mostly on the background. I will mark one negative moment on the album - too much guitar solos by David Gilmour in most of the tracks - you feel you always listen to one song. There are 3 brilliant songs - Cluster One, which is an intro; What Do You Want from Me with some funk elements and High Hopes - one of all time bests by Pink Floyd. Again excellent album in terms of lyrics after The Wall!
poslednijat_colobar | 4/5 |


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