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Pink Floyd


Psychedelic/Space Rock

2.63 | 67 ratings

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2 stars Somewhat of a collectors item anyway, this is definitely for the diehards. The new edition that i purchased bills this as by "Pink Floyd and friends", but it's the "friends" who dominate the album and make it borderline unlistenable. The Nice, Mick Jagger, an early Moody Blues and poet Allan Ginsberg make appearances, which are weird slices of late 60's mod/beat culture, but are entirely forgettable.

As for the to Floyd tracks, well, these should appeal to fans of the earliest days with Syd Barrett. Casual listeners of classic rock who know the 70's hits will probably find these to be drugged-out instrumental disasters. They largely are. Both tracks appear elsewhere in only slighty different forms, too, so fans of early Floyd have probably heard them already.

| 2/5 |


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