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Pink Floyd - A Collection Of Great Dance Songs CD (album) cover


Pink Floyd


Psychedelic/Space Rock

2.20 | 197 ratings

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1 stars At this point, it appears that the members of Pink Floyd were so disgusted at what the group had become, as well as the interpersonal conflicts, that they really let their guard down about maintaining the band's legacy. In hindsight, none of the bandmembers post-break-up really seemed to care that much about the band's legacy. Regardless of the circumstances of its release, this album is a sad sight for most Floyd fans.

Even as a dense 10-year old, I could get the attempt at humor in the title. In other words, if even I got the attempt at a joke, then it was way too obvious, and by extension not nearly as clever as whoever came up with it thought it was.

And then we have the songs. If simply unedited, this would simply be a subpar compilation. But with some of these edits, things take a turn for the very worst. For example, chopping up Shine On like that should be an arrestable offense. This bothers me even more than those terrible edits of Who songs for the rotten CSI TV shows, which is on the same irritation level for me as jock itch and mosquito bites.

On the plus side? Hmmm...well...I suppose the album art is unobjectionable. In fact, it's downright minimally acceptable. At least something about this project is.

This is not even for completionists. This would be only for those who would in all seriousness ask "Which one is Pink?"

Flucktrot | 1/5 |


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