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It’s Pink Floyd’s best album, and it’s one of the greatest rock albums to ever be released. It narrates the history of the world indirectly through extremely well constructed rhythm and beats, and very meaningful lyrics. I would definitely recommend buying the whole album. It’s meant to be listened to in order, (song for song) in order to experience its full dramatic and action packed power. The effects and blending are seamless. I could praise this album forever.
Although I understand Roger is a huge piece of the Floyd puzzle you could argue without Syd its not really Floyd also (although that’s a tough argument) They contributed immensely but the sound went on (at least for a while). I wish we could see them forever but alas it’s over. I love this album. I can’t understand why it’s not given it’s due.
Just discovered Pink Floyd last year and I love this album so much. The Division Bell is as good and really is better. I so wish the Pink Floyd trio of Gilmour/Mason/Wright had done more than just two albums.
While some folks don't have this album ranked high on their list of Pink Floyd albums, I have always enjoyed. It's edgy and aggresive...to be expected as the first post Waters project. "Learning to Fly" had me hooked so many years ago when it came out. "Dogs of War" was rather appropriate considering we were still sitting in the middle of the Cold War. Give it a listen.