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1967: THE FIRST THREE SINGLES

Pink Floyd

 

Psychedelic/Space Rock

3.03 | 50 ratings

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Cheesecakemouse
2 stars Only something you would pick up if you are a Barrett or Floyd fan, although four of the tracks can be found in Piper at the Gates of Dawn and Relics, what makes this of interest to fans is Apples and Oranges and Candy and a Current Bun; neither of these two tracks impressed me that much, but yet I like to own every one of Syd's songs since they always are fascinating and even these two do have moments of amusement . Candy and a Current Bun sounds like a filler or B-side track that didn't find grace to the band to put on an album, yet if I am correct it was infact a single. Apples and Oranges is heavily influenced by the Beatles song Sgt. Pepper, but does have a few interesting parts and has Syd's trademark lyrics, the song feels a little dated now but amusing. I won't review the other tracks since you can find reviews of them under Relics and Piper.

This is really only for fans and collectors neither Candy nor Apples will impress you otherwise.

Cheesecakemouse | 2/5 |

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