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Pink Floyd


Psychedelic/Space Rock

4.30 | 3516 ratings

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3 stars The only reason I ever listen to this album is for Echoes, that's it. Side 1 is sort of just a collection of Floyd-esque songs that happen to sit right next to Echoes.

Echoes is great. It's Pink Floyd's incredible first forte into progressive rock, which they've mastered immediately. The entirety of side one is an excuse to release Echoes. One Of These Days, although simple, definitely bops. A Pillow Of Winds is cozy, but gets boring fast. Fearless never grabbed me, most other PF fans thinks it's the greatest thing ever, but to me it's just kinda boring, and a bit annoying. San Tropez is comforting, doesn't have much substance but I still enjoy it. Seamus is adorable, especially the Live at Pompei version. There's no reason Seamus should be hated as much as it is.

theCoagulater | 3/5 |


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