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HOPE

Think Floyd

 

Psychedelic/Space Rock

3.09 | 15 ratings

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historian9
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3 stars THINK FLOYD pulls of a decent tribute to PINK FLOYD, and it's a nice listen for those who won't be bothered by band's unoriginality (they are a tribute band, get over it). The whole ordeal is somewhere between FLOYD's "Momentary Lapse Of Reason" and "Division Bell" but with the distinct change with singer sounding very much like ROGER WATERS. Hearing something like WATERS influence combined with "Division Bell" FLOYD does sound like a dream come true but I do think it gets more perfected on the next album, "Hope" gets thus three stars. Especially the title track which is marvelous and the one most probable to mistake for the real PINK FLOYD and "Scanning For Life" for example reminds of ROGER's solo work but more optimistic and spacey. Some trademarks do get to me, like shorter filler tracks having radio speaker like the intro of "Wish You Were Here". Also, there are more tracks that sound too "Momentary Lapse Of Reason", they somehow come up feeling very 80's and outdated to me. I'd recommend this to FLOYD fans only, since I don't think you will find some new groundbreaking space rock here.
historian9 | 3/5 |

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