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    Quick Question about Pink Floyd

    You know the drill:


    Album: My favorite Album is not the one my favorite song is of off. For Albums I will go with The Final Cut


    Song: Brain Damage/Eclipse
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    Favorite album: Medley... Favorite song: Several species of small furry animals gathered together in a cave grooving with a Pict...if you can call it a song, off the album Umaguma. For anyone who's not heard this song, you will not believe your ears! What the! It is what it says. Just what the "Pict" is saying though is open to interpretation.

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    This one's tougher for me, since I don't know Pink Floyd as well, and mostly listen to the album's without even looking at the song titles (since they're best taken whole, for the most part). But here goes.

    Album: Dark Side of the Moon
    Song: Comfortably Numb
    Tommy, close your eyes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Blue2th View Post
    Favorite album: Medley... Favorite song: Several species of small furry animals gathered together in a cave grooving with a Pict...if you can call it a song, off the album Umaguma. For anyone who's not heard this song, you will not believe your ears! What the! It is what it says. Just what the "Pict" is saying though is open to interpretation.
    Meddle

    Album - Varies from day to day, huge PF fan

    Song - Ill pick one they dont play on the radio - Fearless, or maybe Interstellar Overdrive

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    The Wall: Live in Berlin 1990

    Song from that concert: Hey you as sung by Paul Carrack


    I'm also a big fan of What Do You Want From Me? from The Division Bell

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    album - DSOTM unless you want to count echoes

    song -money. when i was much younger i always loved another brick in the wall - cause we don't need no education.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rebo's Guitarist
    Hey I know MrJabbaJon will reply, so have you (or anyone else) read the book Inside Out?
    No I haven't, but I will be asking for it for my birthday or Christmas.

    Quote Originally Posted by LusiferSam
    That a solo album and those are two songs.
    No, the Final Cut was released under Pink Floyd, even though Richard Wright was not performing with them at the time and Roger Waters wrote all the songs.

    Quote Originally Posted by Stillakid
    The Wall: Live in Berlin 1990

    Song from that concert: Hey you as sung by Paul Carrack
    This, however, was a "solo" album. Roger Waters left the band in 1984 and rejoined in 2005, so he was "alone" for this one but with other non-Floyd artists.

    Pink Floyd is definitely my favorite band. My favorite stuff of theirs changes all the time. I love things about all their albums and songs, some more than others.

    Album - Meddle
    Song - Wish You Were Here

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr. JabbaJohnL View Post
    This, however, was a "solo" album. Roger Waters left the band in 1984 and rejoined in 2005, so he was "alone" for this one but with other non-Floyd artists.
    Uh, yeah, I know. So? I mean, if you really want to get technical about what constitutes "Pink Floyd" and what doesn't, then anything post Syd doesn't really count either if that's what you're getting at.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr. JabbaJohnL View Post
    No, the Final Cut was released under Pink Floyd, even though Richard Wright was not performing with them at the time and Roger Waters wrote all the songs.
    I was only joking with KH. The liner notes say "a requiem for the post war dream by roger waters performed by pink floyd." A lot of Floyd fans call The Final Cut Roger's first solo album and A Momentary Lapse of Reason David's third solo album, although I'm not one of those fans. Had anybody said either of those albums were their favorite I would have given them crap about it.
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    I love MLOR, I love Dogs of War and One Slip. I read somewhere that Dogs of War was voted one of the worst songs of all time(was a few years back, dont remember where). Not my favorite album but a good one none the less.
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