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Pink Floyd


Psychedelic/Space Rock

2.63 | 67 ratings

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3 stars Outside London, people hated The Pink Floyd at that time. The Interstellar Overdrive was way to intence for the european audience. Even today, people underestimate the great art this instrumental stands for. The following track, Nick's Boogie isn't that good, and makes the disc quite booring for non-PF fans. But personaly I love track one and have to say that this is the most intence hardcore psychedlic track you can find from the 60's. Rick's organ on this track makes it one of the first real progrock performance the world. I would like to recomend this EP for every prog music collection since it was recorded at a very early stage in the prog era. But it doesn't reflect the real Pink Floyd, and there are more important records from the same band as A Saucerful of Secrets, Meddle and Atom Heart Mother. That's why i give it 3 out of 5. As a standalone record it deserves an higher score.
| 3/5 |


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