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WISH YOU WERE HERE

Pink Floyd

 

Psychedelic/Space Rock

4.63 | 3950 ratings

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TCat
5 stars This album has been reviewed so many times. How do you say something new about this that hasn't already been said? How do you review an album that almost everyone is familiar with? How do you say anything critical about something as perfect as this album? I don't even know where to begin to talk about an album that I have listened to so much, that I know every single note by every instrument involved, every word that is sung and every single effect used. And I can listen to it again, even now, and still love every second of it, that it hasn't lost any effect on me. The album is timeless, amazing and there still is nothing else like it out there.

If you are on this site, and you still haven't heard this album or you have not formed your own opinion, then I say you have some work to do. Don't read this review until you at least listen to the album. Then come back and read it and make your own decision as to if it is or isn't one of the most amazing things you ever heard. Then come back and see what I think about it.

I am going to review this album now.

It's amazing. It's perfect. 6 stars on a rating scale of 1 to 5 where 5 = Essential and 6 = Perfection That's all!

TCat | 5/5 |

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