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Pink Floyd


Psychedelic/Space Rock

3.10 | 92 ratings

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1 stars Caution: stay away from this one! It has only two Floyd songs, both of which negligible. Interstellar overdrive stretches for 16 agonising minutes, and except for the first minute and the last minute where they play the riff, the rest is pure improvisational cacophony. The same goes for the second piece Nick's Boogie. Then we have interviews by Mick jagger, Michael Caine, Julie Christie and David Hockney, all of whom talk about anything except Pink Floyd. Apart from the relevant Paul Whitehead interview where he talks about the Pop culture in the swinging sixties and a little about Syd and the Floyd, the rest is filler material. It can be considered as a piece of historical document but not more. Only for completionists who absolutely have to own anything by Pink Floyd. So one star. I know it'll never spin on my DVD player again... ever!
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