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Pink Floyd


Psychedelic/Space Rock

3.18 | 1818 ratings

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1 stars Waters wears out his welcome with The Final Cut.

This album is depressing. The lyrics are depressing, the music is depressing, the mood is depressing. Sometimes a good depressing song is what you need. Not this album. Waters goes overboard. This album sucks out all hope, leaving a vast void that cannot be filled.

Then there is the fact that this should be a Waters solo album. No Wright, little Gilmour, just a smidge of Mason.

Only a few cuts (Not Now John, The Fletcher Memorial Home) have any redeeming features. And when I say redeeming features, it just means that they don't suck the life out of the room where its being played. The rest of the album should be played as one enters Dante's Inferno - Abandon All Hope Ye Who Enter Here.

wehpanzer | 1/5 |


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