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Pink Floyd


Psychedelic/Space Rock

4.10 | 3331 ratings

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5 stars I can still remember the feeling of listening to this album for the first time ever. It's a feeling that human beings try to recapture or try to experience again and again but they never manage to do it. It's one of the best records ever made. Why? It's one of the most varied and diverse. It encompasses its fair share of bombastic stadium rock (''In The Flesh?'' ''Young Lust''), but also features disco (''Another Brick'', Run Like Hell''), delicate folk (''Goodbye Blue Sky''), Beach Boys vocal harmonies (''The Show Must Go On'', ''In The Flesh'') and - sneaking arty touches in by the stage door - Tin Pan Alley tunesmithery (''Nobody Home'') and even Gilbert and Sullivan operetta (''The Trial''). This is it folks. Bob Ezrin, David Gilmour and Roger Waters operating with their full creative forces. Can you imagine being in the same room as these three genius were creating this masterpice? Ok, I'll stop.
Uncool | 5/5 |


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