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Pink Floyd


Psychedelic/Space Rock

3.18 | 1699 ratings

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2 stars 2.5: The last album by Pink Floyd including Roger Waters, in fact every song was composed by himself, and make the remaining members of the band to do it, also the only one without Richard Wright. Some of the song are leftover parts of the Wall album and other new compositions. After the announcement of Margaret Thatcher of the Malvinas War, Waters felt betrayed because every English man was expecting to after the winning the Second war, where his father died, there would not be any other war. Musically, it has a few moments, it reminds me a little to The Wall album, although essentially is Waters solo album with supporting music by the other members. It is very inconsistent, in fact I am feeling it more like pop, and not prog at all. Lyrically also is not good, it is not deep at all, no different meanings or metaphors, only straight personal feelings antiwar by Waters. For me, the less consistent album by pink floyd, and although it has like two songs musically great(not now john, your possible pasts), all the others are more pop and boring songs about the toughs of Waters about the war, I didn't identify any good effort by Gilmour, just only supporting the songs. In my opinion the worst album by Pink Floyd, I recommended only for PF Fans, for historical reasons.
mariorockprog | 2/5 |


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