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P-U-L-S-E

Pink Floyd

 

Psychedelic/Space Rock

3.95 | 707 ratings

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toroddfuglesteg
3 stars I remember this double album coming in a digi pack with a pulsating red blink on the back of the album. The battery fizzled out many, many years ago and so did the music on this album too.

This double album was released on the back of the stadium filling tour with lasers and all manners of stage effects Pink Floyd did at that time, after the release of the Division Bell album. It was released seven years after the release of the Delicate Sound Of Thunder double live album.

Thankfully, Pulse has a lot more older Pink Floyd than the A Momentary Lapse Of Reason dominated above mentioned live album. Unfortunate, it also comes complete with female soul singers and a lot of extra musicians. The sound is massive. It also makes this a bit of a soulless live album where the magic of the old Pink Floyd again is omitted. It feels like a corporate affair, this live album. The additional musicians is far more dominant here than the Pink Floyd musicians. Nick, Rick and David is hardly there. Well, David is there and that is all.

The songs are good though. But that is all I can say about a live album without much fizzle. A live album I will only remember for the red pulsating light.

3 stars

toroddfuglesteg | 3/5 |

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