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Pink Floyd


Psychedelic/Space Rock

3.95 | 757 ratings

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3 stars While often seen as the best live album by Pink Floyd, I would have to strongly disagree. The setlist is great, that's not where the issue is. The problem is the vocals. On Delicate Sound of Thunder I noticed that David Gilmour cannot perform Roger Waters vocals very well. Upon a second listen I began to fell OK about them. Here, however, Gilmour's voice seems to have worstened in the years between the two albums. Gilmour voice on Pulse is much worse. I can hardly stomach them. Gilmour should have taken a page from Waters' book and hired another singer for those parts. The musicianship is great but the overall expirience is not what it should be. If you saw a show on this tour and want to relive those days I would say get this, but if you want a great live Floyd expirience I would recomend Is There Anybody Out There? or even Delicate Sound of Thunder.
TheMadCap | 3/5 |


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