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Pink Floyd


Psychedelic/Space Rock

3.01 | 45 ratings

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2 stars Another single from Pink Floyd's "Momentary Lapse of Reason" which is not half as bad as some Floydians would have you believe. Granted, this album is no masterpiece and comes sandwiched in between some amazing Floyd material. 'One Slip' is a more poppy song demonstrating the new direction of the band and I only like it due to Gilmour's accomplished vocals but it is definitely a radio friendly sound bound to alienate old Floydians, and I was drawn back to it more by the constant exposure on live DVDs.

'Terminal Frost/The Dogs of War (live)' is the only reason I bothered with the single and I guess its worth a listen, though in retrospect there are better live versions such as on the more recent DVDs. Overall the single boasts an impressive sleeve design with pink border and illustration of water spiralling down echoing the lyrics.

Collectors again will like, the rest of you can avoid without any dramas.

AtomicCrimsonRush | 2/5 |


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