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Pink Floyd


Psychedelic/Space Rock

4.30 | 3195 ratings

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5 stars 4.75: Is the sixth album by Pink Floyd, most known by the amazing Echoes song, is a collection of songs with different flavors and styles that was recorded in different studios during a tour. Comercially wasnt so succesfully, excluding the UK, at least at the beginning. For me, the best album before Waters took the led of the band, and the fourth of my top. it conserve the style of the pink floyd of the first albumes, more psychodelic, experimental, instrumental and with really good acoustic sections. Seamus, one of the most critized song of the band, is a simple blus song, however I considered it interesting how they combined the music with the dog in the background barking. It is not a perfect album, but the really good momments that it has, bring it to my top 4 of Pink Floy albumes, especially for echoes, one of the best songs of Pink Floyd. This last song is a masterpiece combination of sounds and amazing riff and solos, along with astonish keyboard passages that keeps you delighted by most than 20 minutes, also the lyrics is amazing, talking of the appearance of humans in the planet earth without knowing what is the reason of being here and what to do at the beginning of times, at least that is my interpretation influenced of course by other fan opinions . A perfect addition to any prog collection.
mariorockprog | 5/5 |


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