1. Post #641
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    Nice performance of Gilmour with Kate Bush. Woo!

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  2. Post #642
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    I've decided I like DSOTM

    Also why does the wall have a bad rep, I like it a great deal
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  3. Post #643
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    I've decided I like DSOTM

    Also why does the wall have a bad rep, I like it a great deal
    It doesn't?
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  4. Post #644
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    from what I've seen it does
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  5. Post #645
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    From what I've seen it has a reputation as being essentially a Waters solo record but I don't think anyone would argue that its a bad record

    It's not really completely Floyd, but it's not bad at all, its a fantastic album
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  6. Post #646
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    I've decided I like DSOTM

    Also why does the wall have a bad rep, I like it a great deal
    ?

    Both are accessible as hell. Great albums.

    What "bad rep"?
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  7. Post #647
    En-Guage V2's Avatar
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    read over at various forums and sites that it's the worst PF album
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  8. Post #648
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    Opinions

    It is by far not the worst PF album at all, it is in fact one of the best
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  9. Post #649
    En-Guage V2's Avatar
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    so

    ~subjective~
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  10. Post #650
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    Worst PF Album is Momentary Lapse
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  11. Post #651
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    read over at various forums and sites that it's the worst PF album
    Well it's a lot different to the other albums.

    Most hardcore fans are obsessed with "how the music makes you feel", and The Wall doesn't give people that ambient feel.
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  12. Post #652
    En-Guage V2's Avatar
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    right

    I think it's awesome
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  13. Post #653
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    Worst PF Album is Momentary Lapse
    I don't think it's that bad. Definitely listenable.
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  14. Post #654
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    Momentary Lapse was forgettable except for Sorrow and Learning to Fly
    it wasn't bad, was just forgettable
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  15. Post #655
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    I don't think much of those "New Machine" tracks. On The Turning Away isn't bad too.

    Listen to About Face for a better lapse of reason.
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  16. Post #656
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    I don't think much of those "New Machine" tracks. On The Turning Away isn't bad too.

    Listen to About Face for a better lapse of reason.
    Dogs of War is one of their worst tracks.
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  17. Post #657
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    also guys look, don't have I have the coolest wp ever



    I got someone over at 4chan to shop out Pink Floyd/Wish You Were here and the ball thing, so I have that stripe running on another monitor (dual setup ftw) and it looks awesome as fuck

    Edited:

    oh except mine doesnt have that ugly black circle thing around it, that looks horrible
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  18. Post #658
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    I didnt say it was bad, I just said it was the worst PF album
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  19. Post #659
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    I actually think it was bad, a few of the songs stand out, Sorrow is one of my all time favourite tracks, but shite some of those other tracks are just boring
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  20. Post #660
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    after wall they were pretty average in terms of creativity.
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  21. Post #661
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    wish you were here master race
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  22. Post #662
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    WELCOME MY SON
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  23. Post #663
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    after wall they were pretty average in terms of creativity.
    Disagree, a lot of the Division Bell was very very creative
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  24. Post #664
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    Disagree, a lot of the Division Bell was very very creative
    Maybe, but I don't think as an album it was as worthy as Wish You Were Here.

    Sure it's their most listenable since Wall for me. It just lacks good lyrics.

    Edited:

    If it was an instrumental album I think it would have been better but that's just me.
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  25. Post #665
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    WELCOME MY SON
    TO THE MACCHIIIIIIIIIINEEEEEEEEE

    Edited:

    got to say that's one of the psych-iest songs I've ever heard
    Just has that perfect vibe, easily my favourite song by pf
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  26. Post #666
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    Maybe, but I don't think as an album it was as worthy as Wish You Were Here.

    Sure it's their most listenable since Wall for me. It just lacks good lyrics.

    Edited:

    If it was an instrumental album I think it would have been better but that's just me.
    High Hopes had excellent lyrics but I agree, an instrumental album would have been sweet

    Also, should out the live version of welcome to the machine from Waters In the Flesh tour, I'll link it


    Rocking out, I love it
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  27. Post #667
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    a while ago I was sitting on my room doing psych homework and listening to DSOTM and my mother came in and was like
    "I was listening to the same bands and albums as you, doing homework thirty years ago"

    Edited:

    she dug hawkwind and jefferson airplane
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  28. Post #668
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    Yeah, dad was the one who introduced me to Pink Floyd

    Except when I picked up a copy of Yes's Close to the Edge he was like "Sounds like elevator music, I can't believe I ever liked this, oh wait, I never liked it"
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  29. Post #669
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    I listened to DSOTM as a 12 year old and was like
    "lol this sucks"

    then I listened to it again three months ago and was like
    "lol this sucks"

    then I listened to it about 3 weeks ago and was like
    "lol this doesn't suck it just takes a while to get going"
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  30. Post #670
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    It really is a solid album in pretty much all respects bar the intro to Time which takes, appropriately, a very long time

    It was just less heartfelt than WYWH, more general and I can see why it was such a huuuge hit at the time
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  31. Post #671
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    the older you get, the more you'll enjoy.

    I didn't like Beatles at first... was about 11 and then I just got accustomed to the sound.
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  32. Post #672
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    I think WYWH has more emotion personally

    Then again, I really do like Brain Damage and Eclipse, but most of all
    MONEEYYYYY

    Edited:

    aw shit you said less

    in that case I agree
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  33. Post #673
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    Any Colour You Like is one of my all time favourite songs
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  34. Post #674
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    Wish You Were Here is ruthless... not a second of it is drawn out at all.
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  35. Post #675
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    nope
    then they threw have a cigar in there for balls against the wall rock and that went down beautifully
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  36. Post #676
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    So rocky they couldn't even sing it so they had to get that other guy
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  37. Post #677
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    exactly

    I love that song, can't help but sing along to it. So true too, excellent lyrics

    also I really liked the guy who did the vocals for welcome to the machine, a great deal

    Edited:

    You're gonna fly high!
    You're never gonna die, you're gonna make it if you try
    they're gonna love you

    Edited:

    WEW WEW
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  38. Post #678
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    WYWH is tied with The Wall for my favorite album of PF. Especially since that was the first album I ever heard from them. And I think it was Welcome to the Machine that really got me into them. I mean, I've heard Another Brick on the radio many times before and didn't think much of it. Then I heard this song...the pulsing...the whirring...the hypnotizing synth...so this must be Floyd.
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  39. Post #679
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    No kidding

    How great are the thunderclaps
    That got me hooked, the drone-y ambienty thing going on made me pay attention
    "This is the sound I was looking for"
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  40. Post #680
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    High Hopes had excellent lyrics but I agree, an instrumental album would have been sweet

    Also, should out the live version of welcome to the machine from Waters In the Flesh tour, I'll link it


    Rocking out, I love it
    I don't think the female backing singers don't fit with the song very well. I like Gilmour and Co.'s live rendition better.


    One of the few times Gilmour is seen wearing headphones.

    Edited:

    No kidding

    How great are the thunderclaps
    That got me hooked, the drone-y ambienty thing going on made me pay attention
    "This is the sound I was looking for"
    And I think the lyrics were very appropriate for an introductory song to the Floyd.

    Welcome to the Machine, indeed.
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