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Pink Floyd


Psychedelic/Space Rock

3.75 | 2114 ratings

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5 stars This album is definitely one of the best albums created by Pink Floyd (even though Roger Waters is not in the band anymore, but Gilmour takes on really well). This was the first album I heard completely of the Pink Floyd (considering my age, I was in junior high school when the album appeared and in that time the music on TV was really good that I had not a single idea about progressive rock, just some hints). Being a bit sentimental, this album has a lot of meaning to me, thanks to this album I discovered, unconsciously, progressive rock; thanks to this album my love to Pink Floyd grew higher (before I just knew Learning To Fly song). All the songs have fantastic musical arrangements, that at times seems to be influenced by New Age sounds (Cluster One / Marooned); it also contains songs that resemble the old Floyd (What do you want from me / Keep Talking); but definitely my favorite songs are the ones that carry an environmental ambient rock sound (Poles Apart / Take it Back / Coming Back To Life / Lost for Words / Wearing the Inside Out / and of course High Hopes). Impressive!
Memo_anathemo | 5/5 |


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