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Pink Floyd


Psychedelic/Space Rock

2.63 | 67 ratings

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3 stars "Tonite, let`s all make love in London" is the titled of a short film in late 60`s , and for that film this couple of songs were included.

This are strictly instrumental songs, making reference of psychedelia era , both song are totally crazy but with a very special and excellent sound, as we know, Syd Barrett was the leader in early Pink Floyd works, so lots of his madness were placed in this songs, with extraordinary piano and keyboard sound, and a unique style of psychedelic guitar, both songs are over 10 minutes , the lenght of this album is almost 30 minutes, something like Goblin`s Proffondo Rosso ( for example), so for that fact this album is not a single anymore, this is an EP i think.

"Interestellar Overdrive" is an extraordinary work of art, all Pink Floyd lovers should love it,besides it was maybe the first song that this band made, the sound is incredible, weird, lunatic, and great in every way. "Nick`s Boogie" was composed by Nick Mason, this is kind of an improvisation, another instrumental and weird song, with space sounds and insane guitars, not as extraordinary as the first track, but it is really good, maybe it could be a bit difficult to dig, so dont listen to it if you dont want to, listen to it onlye when you believe that this songs have something to appreciate about them, because they have lots of great things to appreciate.

So, im pretty sure that this album, EP,single whatever it is, could be only for collectors and fans, also is difficult to find in stores, this fact makes it a 2 stars album, but i think some people could like it despite dont being a Pink Floyd fan, so im going to give it 3 stars.

An acid and freaky sound!

memowakeman | 3/5 |


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