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Pink Floyd


Psychedelic/Space Rock

2.58 | 54 ratings

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erik neuteboom
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4 stars For me the track "Interstellar overdrive" is one of the highights of the Sixties underground scene, what a mindblowing rendition from Pink Floyd, the band pushes themselves to their limits! The theme in the first and final part is so compelling, they upgrade R&R to art with their controlled chaos! The propulsive bass riffs from Waters and the inventive drums from Mason are great, the organ waves from Wright are splendid (what a psychedelic colouring) but the focus is on the guitarplay from Syd Barrett. You don't have to be a guitarist to notice that his technique is not very high standard but Syd knew how to incorporate different styles into a captivating and very innovative sound. Halfway "Interstellar overdrive" his sound seemed to have lost control but then he builds up the tension with a hypnotizing riff and in the end it all explodes into a wonderful blend of psychedelia and rock and roll, this is The Pink Floyd at their pinnacle!


erik neuteboom | 4/5 |


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