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Pink Floyd


Psychedelic/Space Rock

3.15 | 1214 ratings

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4 stars Although I haven't seen the movie, I'm sure this music works quite well as a soundtrack for a film that's basically about drug use among young hippies in Europe. Several tracks have a gauzy, out-of-the-body atmosphere that almost seems to slow the passage of time. So, this album often gets played when I'm in the mood for that kind of music late at night. Of course, this means that the loud pieces get programmed out, but that's no big deal. I'm not a big fan of "The Nile Song", which pre-dates punk by almost a decade. I remember liking this album the first time I listened to it, which was sometime in the early 70's before DSOTM came out. I think it fits in rather well with their other albums from the same period, and would recommend it to anyone who likes the period between "Saucerful..." and "Meddle". And don't forget the recently issued and expanded "Zabriskie Point" soundtrack, which features several Floyd tracks that appear nowhere else (including a song that's got a distinct country influence!). It comes from the same period as the music from "More".
soundsweird | 4/5 |


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