Pink Floyd - The Division Bell (1994)
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  • Because, honestly, that is one awesome track, I would even say it is the best 8 minutes since Roger Waters went away
  • Also, the cover of this album is very nicely done, I think it really matches the atmosphere of the music
  • A good album, a nice effort, I'd recommend this album to everyone, because it's the most accesible and listenable album the Pink Floyd have ever put out

    • by klorofill
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      I hate this album. I hate it just because this is the last Pink Floyd album, for good. That’s the only reason, other than that, this is the first Pink Floyd album I got to listen to as a whole, and the song that made me listen, was High Hopes. Because, honestly, that is one awesome track, I would even say it is the best 8 minutes since Roger Waters went away. And it’s fantastic that most people, who are casual Pink Floyd listeners, know and cherich this song. Most of my friends do. They love it, and I do

      to. About the album as a whole, it’s a much better effort than the previous one, and it’s overall, a group-effort. We have Richard Wright back, who contributed finally. And his contribution is the other song I really like on this album, beside High Hopes, and it’s called Wearing The Inside Out. A mellow song, with some nice instruments, great lyrics, very moody and melancholic, perfect for Wright’s gentle voice. All in all, the whole album is mellow and gentle, the lyrics are also much less pretentious and pompous, everything is scaled down accordingly. The only heavier moment on the ...

      • album is What Do You Want From Me. Of course that doesn’t make this album a must, but it’s a nice effort, from the remaining bandmembers. The only moment when it gets a little heavier is Composition-wise, it’s similar to Momentary Lapse of Reason. We have an intrumental opener, and a nice mixture of good songs, some more memorable than others, and an incredible finale. Beside the two songs I mentioned, I also like the intrumental Marooned, for which the band received a Grammy, and Keep Talking, which is about the importance of communication. I like the lyrics for this
        one. Also, the cover of this album is very nicely done, I think it really matches the atmosphere of the music.

        A good album, a nice effort, I’d recommend this album to everyone, because it’s the most accesible and listenable album the Pink Floyd have ever put out. Too bad it was their last one.

        Tracklist: 1. Cluster One 5.58 2. What Do You Want From Me 4.21 3. Poles Apart 7.04 4. Marooned 5.28 5. A Great Day For Freedom 4.18 6. Wearing The Inside Out 6.49 7. Take It Back 6.12 8. Coming Back to Life 6.19 9. Keep Talking 6.11 10. Lost For Words 5.15 11. High Hopes 8.31




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