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TONITE LET'S ALL MAKE LOVE IN LONDON

Pink Floyd

 

Psychedelic/Space Rock

2.67 | 53 ratings

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kenditomaso15
3 stars Theversion of this recording that i own is an updated vesion that includes the main Pink Floyd tracks and many other bonus tracks. I will reiview every song on my version of this disc.

Track by track here it goes:

1: ALAN GINSBERG-TONITE LET'S ALL MAKE LOVE IN LONDON A little scary. This song is basicly just a guy taking about something in a spookie voice. LAME. Worst album opener ever.

2: PINK FLOYD-INTERSTELLER OVERDRIVE AWESOME AWESOME AWESOME AWESOME!!!!!! This is why I bought this CD and I'm glad I did. (In my opinion) This Is WAAAAAAAY better than the Piper version. If you liked that version you'll LOVE this version!

3: FLEETWOOD MAC-MAN OF THE WORLD Early Mac, Before Stevie Nicks came into the scene. This is the is a nice song that is sort-of a ballad but not really. The singers pretty good too.

4: MICK JAGGER-INTERVIEW JUST an interview. Thats it. SKIP!

5: THE SMALL FACES-HERE COMES THE NICE Basicly this is your average upbeat 60's pop song. I liked it.

6: PINK FLOYD-NICK'S BOOGIE Think Intersteller Overdrive but without the Opening and Closing riff. This jam is also (in my opinion) a bit worse than Intersteller Overdrive's (that dosent make it bad though)

7: P. P. ARNOLD-ANGEL OF THE MORNING Another nice upbeat 60's pop song.

8: THE NICE-AMERICA Wierd intro to the song but other wise i really like it. This song is a instramental but it does have some speaking in it (at the end of the song a little girl says some stuff). This song is kind of like Intersteller Overdrive exept its shorter, a lot faster and has a more composed structure.

9: THE MOODY BLUES-STOP Another pop song. This one is pretty good but whoever ever edited the song should be dragged out into the street and shot.

Overall, an OK recording. Tracks 1, 4, and the editing of 9 really drag down the record.

| 3/5 |

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