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A MOMENTARY LAPSE OF REASON

Pink Floyd

 

Psychedelic/Space Rock

3.06 | 1597 ratings

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mariorockprog
4 stars 3.5: The thirteenth album by pink floyd, beginning a new era without Roger Waters, and with the appearance of Richard Wright. After the abomination of the Final Cut, Waters left and a legal dispute began. At the end, Waters resigned and get rights for use his work in the Wall and some other things. Gilmour began to make a solo record, that at the end, reuniting some group of musician and the remaining members of Pink Floyd, became in a new PF album. Musically is good it has melodic solos by Gilmour and Keyboard passages that keep you entertained, however far for the pink floyd style, the Wright contribution are few. Is a collection of songs, instead as of the concept they were doing in previous albums. The music has prog elements, however it is mixed with pop sequences, it has good moments and good songs, the Gilmour feeling is all over the place, including his wonderful voice, however the lyrics are not so deep as we are used to. I like this album, yes, it is almost a Gilmour solo work with good musicians behind, and in certain ocasions it get close to some of the characteristic pop and disco of the eighties, but in general is a good record, I considered it a good effort and aceptable work to be listened by any prog person.
mariorockprog | 4/5 |

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