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Pink Floyd


Psychedelic/Space Rock

3.18 | 1665 ratings

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2 stars Roger Waters criticized dictators and he became one of them in Pink Floyd. I agree, it is more a Waters`s solo album (even Nick Mason said it in interviews). Despite Waters`s ego was out of control more here than on previous Pink Floyd`s albums, is still a good record, better than "The Wall". The lyrics are very good and show that Waters is a very good lyricist, more than a good singer and bass player. It is an album full of emotions. But Gilmour and Mason had enough. It was impossible to work with Waters again.Waters left in late 1985 and his ego wanted to stop Gilmour, Mason and Wright (which sound more like Pink Floyd than Waters alone) to being Pink Floyd in new albums. But Waters failed to stop them.
Guillermo | 2/5 |


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