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Pink Floyd


Psychedelic/Space Rock

3.07 | 1729 ratings

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2 stars One of the weakest Pink Floyd albums, AND the weakest since Roger Waters jumped ship. This album never fails to bore me. I have not been able to keep my attention for the entire 51 minutes of music. Only "Learning to Fly" and "On the Turning Away" have any interest and they are commercial. What this album needed was a healthy dose of Roger Waters(Without the negativity, though) and Richard Wright (where is he?). This album sounds dated (as do many of the 1980's) and lacks the ability to hold the listener's attention. Seems like a random mixture of average David Gilmour tunes rather than a real Pink Floyd album. Their next effort, THE DIVISION BELL, was much better and more deserving of the Floyd name and reputation. 2 stars is my opinion.
mohaveman | 2/5 |


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