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Pink Floyd


Psychedelic/Space Rock

3.07 | 1729 ratings

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3 stars Momentary laps of reason from 1987 was the first prog album I've ever heared in my life, it was in 1988 and I didn't knew who was Pink Floyd - I was only 11 years. After years and years I begun to really catchy the past prog music and who was Pink Floyd in musical history and in prog aswell. Well, maybe I'm biased here but to me this is a fairly good album, ok doesn't have the magic of the masterpices they released in the '70, but is ok and enjoyble for sure. So, Waters is long gone to pursue a solo career and Gilmour done a good job here, his guitar and voice is particulary strong, I have no complains. Pieces like Learning to fly, the beautiful sad On the turning away to me are good pieces, the rest are also ok minus A new machine part 1 and 2 who are forgetable and pointless. So, decent towards great in places, I don't find the missing links here, this is a Pink Floyd album and sounding miles away better then other albums from that period ( Invisible touch comes in mind right now) coming from a legendary prog rock band from the late 60 - early 70. 3.5 stars easy I like it no matter what other say about.
b_olariu | 3/5 |


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