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Pink Floyd


Psychedelic/Space Rock

3.95 | 780 ratings

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4 stars Sure, there has only been one studio album released since the last Pink Floyd but given that they had been around for over a quarter century at this point, with only one LP from Ummagumma, and A Momentary Lapse Of Reason, this is a welcome addition.

The packaging on the original release is beautiful. A hard shell box, with a pulsing red light on the end (I hope you didn't store it with the original batteries in it) encloses a hard cover booklet and pockets for the two disks.

The unfortunate thing is that about half of the songs were on The Delicate Sound Of Thunder, and I prefer the versions of Money and Run Like Hell from that album. Otherwise, the performances range from good to great, The band sounds much more comfortable than on the previous live album as well.

If only Roger were there.

Evolver | 4/5 |


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