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WORKS

Pink Floyd

 

Psychedelic/Space Rock

2.15 | 109 ratings

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The Prognaut
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3 stars A compilation album is the best way to relax from a hard working tour, to forget about back breaking studio hours or just to let time fly by while the band comes up with something new. There's a warning that goes hand in hand with this sort of recordings: beware of relying on them just to compensate the lack of imagination and creativity within the band. I'm aware that sometimes the band decides to put together a series of songs into just one album to celebrate decades of togetherness with some sort of hits collection or the typical "remixes", but "Works" is a selective album because it contains artistic, era determinant, pieces.

Parts from "Dark Side of The Moon", "Meddle" and "Ummagumma" complement this 10 songs album. Of course I will say this is a good album, not only because the songs remind me of those great PINK FLOYD albums, but for the effort put in here to make all the suites follow a conceptual line to meddle them up together as if we were listening to a 40 minutes piece. This is a collectible for PINK FLOYD fans only.

The Prognaut | 3/5 |

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