Pink Floyd Albums

  • Echoes: The Best of Pink Floyd Album (11/5/2001)
    Astronomy Domine
    See Emily Play
    The Happiest Days of Our Lives
    Another Brick in the Wall (part 2)
    Hey You
    The Great Gig in the Sky
    Set the Controls for the Heart of the Sun
    Keep Talking
    Shine On You Crazy Diamond (Parts I–VII)
    The Fletcher Memorial Home
    Comfortably Numb
    When the Tigers Broke Free
    One of These Days
    Us and Them
    Learning to Fly
    Arnold Layne
    Wish You Were Here
    Jugband Blues
    High Hopes

  • Pulse Album (11/15/1995)
    Another brick in the wall (part 2)
    Any Colour You Like
    Astronomy domine
    A great day for freedom
    Brain damage
    Comfortably numb
    Coming back to life
    Hey you
    High Hopes
    Keep Talking
    Learning to fly
    On The Run
    Run Like Hell
    Shine on you crazy diamond (part 1)
    Shine on you crazy diamond (part 2)
    Speak to Me
    The Great Gig in the Sky
    Us and them
    What do you want from me
    Wish you were here

  • Division Bell Album (4/12/1994)
    Cluster One
    What Do You Want from Me
    Poles Apart
    A Great Day for Freedom
    Wearing the Inside Out
    Take It Back
    Coming Back to Life
    Keep Talking
    Lost for Words
    High Hopes

  • Delicate Sound of Thunder Album (11/22/1988)
    Another brick in the wall (part 2)
    Comfortably numb
    Learning to fly
    One of thes days
    On the turning away
    Round and Round
    Run Like Hell
    Shine on you crazy diamond (part 1)
    The dogs of war
    Us and them
    Wish you were here
    Yet another movie

  • A momentary Lapse of reason Album (3/1/1987)
  • The final cut Album (4/1/1983)
  • Works Album (3/1/1983)
  • A collection of great dance songs Album (11/1/1981)
  • The Wall Album (10/30/1979)
  • Animals Album (10/2/1977)
  • Wish you were here Album (9/12/1975)
  • Dark side of the moon Album (3/24/1973)
  • Obscured by clouds Album (6/1/1972)
  • Meddle Album (10/30/1971)
  • Relics Album (5/1/1971)
  • Atom heart mother Album (10/1/1970)
  • Ummagumma Album (11/1/1969)
  • More Album (7/1/1969)
  • Saucerful Of Secrets Album (6/29/1968)
  • The piper at the gates of dawn Album (8/5/1967)

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    brain damage | Reviewer: ada c lorusso
        ------ About the album Dark side of the moon performed by Pink Floyd

    I think pink Floyd was so ahead of the time with "the dark side of the moon" ,it is very difficult to find a band to produce music of this quality today,music that stimulates the energy centres(brings enlightenment)

    best ever | Reviewer: partha boruah
        ------ About the album Animals performed by Pink Floyd

    for me every song of pink floyd is amazing. because gilmour is like a inventer of different kind of music. He express emotion by music. This is a best rock band in the world.

    Deep and thought provoking! | Reviewer: Itsik
        ------ About the album The Wall performed by Pink Floyd

    This is a personal review on many levels as this album followed me since early teens in both imagery and sound.
    As a musicians I cannot find another album that touches so many subjects in such a way and in such details and still leaves room to interpretation.
    Utter masterpiece!
    I salut Roger and Pink Floyd for giving us this unmistakable sound and lyrics.

    transcends generations | Reviewer: Char
        ------ About the album Animals performed by Pink Floyd

    I know in this fast paced world, to stop, and actually listen to this album, this younger generation WOULD relate.
    It transcends time and the lyrics are as relevant today as they were then.
    I too, have gone through, albums, cassette' s, Cd's and now in this digital world. ..downloads..I try to get past the old days of taking this phenomenal record out of its sleave.... (Never had to dust this one off..broke a few needles on the turntable though)..and just experience the music in any form.
    For years, throughout different personal situations and many of our Country's unrest ( as well as world wide) I can always listen to a line in these lyrics and get new meaning. Never fails.
    That's true art, talent and music!

    mind boggling! | Reviewer: Floyd DeGelleke
        ------ About the album The Wall performed by Pink Floyd

    Hands down, the wall was pink Floyd's greatest work, I remember many great times in my younger days, and the wall was always part of the sound of our Floyd forever! !

    Classic Perfection | Reviewer: Michelle Kissel
        ------ About the album Dark side of the moon performed by Pink Floyd

    This was the first cd I ever purchased. I played it in my room, in the dark over and over and over. Not only does it hold so many memoriies for me, but the music itself, a mix between classic and rock, is incomparable to any album ever.. The background vocals, the instrument choices, and the sound effects are truly amazing! Pink Floyd has and always will be my favorite group. This album and The Wall (the first LP I ever purchased), will always be my favorites.
    "Shorter of breath and one day closer to death..."

    One of the more under-rated Pink Floyd albums: a transition to the Dark Side | Reviewer: Eugene
        ------ About the album Obscured by clouds performed by Pink Floyd

    First of all: I am aware that this was a rushed job and probably their mind was on "The Dark Side of the Moon", and probably Roger Waters took a bit of a holiday and was not as domineering in this one. I do not know this for sure, but David Gilmour wrote some remarkably good lyrics in "Childhood's end".

    The album starts with a quite futuristic beat "Obscured by clouds"(which would reappear in DSOM) and a slide guitar trademark of Mr. Gilmour. The song feels too short, almost a sketch. They were pressed for time and probably Barbet Schroeder (the director of the movie) thought that it was Ok.

    "When you're in" feels again like a nice sketch that could have been developed further, which brings back a rather "heavy rock" feel to Pink Floyd which only appeared before in "The Nile Song" in More.

    This album revisits More, Ummagumma, Atom Heart Mother and Meddle. It feels almost as an epitaph to the "Old Pink Floyd" (gongs, experimentation, underground) their last experiment prior to the mega-success.

    The compositions are beautiful in this album. "Burning bridges" features warm and soft melodies, great singing. The theme is revisited in "Mudmen" which seems a great showcase of both Rick Wright and David Gilmour.

    Roger Waters only penned on his own "Free four" which got quite a lot of airing in the US, very radio friendly. I guess that the dispute of the band with the film company didn't allow it to be a proper single. Which may explain why this album has been so under-rated in my opinion.

    I feel this album a quite sad album (despite the energy of "The gold's in the...", again very rocky number and catchy), since is the end of an era. Some could argue that this album and their concert in Pompeii said goodbye to "Careful with that axe", "A saucerful of secrets", to embrace their new successful status.

    In fact, "Absolutely curtains" has a similar feel to the very beginning of "Sine on you Crazy Diamond" and ends up with the tribe that appears in the movie.

    Not as good soundtrack as "More" was (in relation to the film), but a great album on its own.

    the piper at the gates of dawn | Reviewer: Adrian Garcia
        ------ About the album The piper at the gates of dawn performed by Pink Floyd

    The one and only "sid mthr fknbarrett" and to all of wondering y Sid wuz submitted to a insane asylum it wuz bcuz he took some acid (that the u.s. government invented ,made or whtevr) and never came out of his acid trip

    MASTERPIECE "The Wall" | Reviewer: Michelle LeVeaux
        ------ About the album The Wall performed by Pink Floyd

    In a word, as displayed in my title. "The Wall" is a MASTERPIECE. Still, to this day, everytime I hear any song from it, I'm beyond impressed. I get chills up my spine. Oh, there they go. Yes! Yes!

    The Greatest Hits Album Of The Decade!! | Reviewer: Sean Daswani
        ------ About the album Echoes: The Best of Pink Floyd performed by Pink Floyd

    I like the compilation album. It makes me feel like I'm in a tour of Pink Floyd in a museum.

    This album covers all of their 14 studio albums from "The Piper At The Gates Of Dawn" their debut album to "The Division Bell" their last album.

    All the songs on the compilation album are crossfaded or segued from one song to the next without a pause like on the radio.

    We are missing some great songs to complete the compilation album like:

    An edited version of the "Atom Heart Mother Suite", "If", "Summer '68", "Fat Old Sun" & "Alan's Psychedelic Breakfast" from 1970's "Atom Heart Mother".

    "Grandchester Meadows" from 1969's double album "Ummagumma".

    "Welcome To The Machine" & "Have A Cigar" from 1975's "Wish You Were Here".

    Interstellar Overdrive from 1967's "The Piper At The Gates Of Dawn".

    "Fearless", "A Pillow Of Winds" & "San Tropez" from 1971's "Meddle".

    An edited version of "Dogs", an edited version of "Pigs (3 Different Ones) & an edited version of Parts 1 & 2 of "Pigs On The Wing" from 1977's "Animals".

    Disc 1 begins the album or the 1st half of the tour with "Astromony Domine", then we go into the single "See Emily Play". Both songs from 1967.

    Next stop, we are headed to "The Happiest Days Of Our Lives" making up the hit single "Another Brick In The Wall (Part 2)" from their 1979 double album, "The Wall".

    Then, we go to "Echoes" from their 1971 album "Meddle". It's a edited version that actually cuts from 23 minutes to 16 minutes, that's 7 minutes missing from the album version.

    We then go into "Hey You" that opens the 2nd disc of their 1979 double album "The Wall".

    Then, we teleported into 1994 with their album "The Division Bell" for an edited version of the instrumental "Marooned" which contains the 1st half of it.

    Next, We are going into "The Great Gig In The Sky" from 1973's album "The Dark Side Of The Moon".

    Then we go into the Syd Barrett era with the song "Set The Controls For The Heart Of The Sun" from 1968's "A Saucerful Of Secrets".

    We headed back to 1973's "The Dark Side Of The Moon" for their song "Money".

    Next up, we are going back to 1994 to the song "Keep Talking" from "The Division Bell" album.

    Then, we travel back to 1977 with their song "Sheep" on their album "Animals". It appeared on "A Collection Of Great Dance Songs" in 1981. But on this compilation album it has an early fade-out.

    Finally, Disc 1 or the 1st half of the tour closes as we end up with the 1987 song "Sorrow" off their album "A Momentary Lapse Of Reason".

    Then, we sit down & have a snack during the break. After that, we go back to walking & listening to music.

    Disc 2 or the 2nd half of the tour starts off when we travel to 1975 with an edited version of "Shine On You Crazy Diamond" on their album "Wish You Were Here". It just has Parts I-VII without Parts VIII & IX.

    Next, we are going into "Dark Side" as we hear the ticking & chiming sounds of all the clocks of the song "Time". This song also has the reprise of the song "Breathe (In The Air)".

    Then, we are headed into the Roger Waters era with the song "The Fletcher Memorial Home" from 1983's "The Final Cut". It also includes segull sounds at the end.

    Next, we return to 1979 with their song "Comfortably Numb" from the 2nd disc of "The Wall". It contains the ending of "Bring The Boys Back Home".

    Then, we go into "When The Tigers Broke Free" from the soundtrack to the 1982 film "The Wall". The song made it's appearance on the 2004 re-release of "The Final Cut".

    We then go into the next track on the album, the edited version of the song "One Of These Days" from 1971's "Meddle". I also notice the part of song has the Doctor Who riff at the 2 minute mark.

    Next stop, we going back into "Dark Side" with the song "Us & Them".

    Then, we hear the backwards keyboard note that opens the next song in the collection "Learning To Fly" from 1987's "A Momentary Lapse Of Reason".

    We then travel into 1967 with the song "Arnold Layne" from 1971's "Relics".

    Then, we come to the next song on the album, "Wish You Were Here" from 1975's "Wish You Were Here". It contains the radio intro at the beginning of the song.

    We are going to back to the Syd Barrett era with the last track from "A Saucerful Of Secrets" is "Jugband Blues". It also contains the hidden track at the last 47 seconds.

    Then, we go to the last track "High Hopes" which is an edited version of it from 1994's "The Division Bell". It has church bells sound effect at the beginning & the end of the song & it also has the outro slide guitar solo shortened after the words "Forever and ever".

    Disc 2 closes the album or finishes the 2nd half of the whole tour of Pink Floyd's carrer with the last track "Bike" from 1967's "Piper". The song also has a bicycle bell sound effect at the beginning of the song.

    Finally, we all go home after having so much fun with this compilation album in the museum.

    I'm a huge Pink Floyd fan. I love it!!!

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