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What Pink Floyd Record?
    #98179 - 11/05/99 01:29 AM (20 years, 9 months ago)

Hey, I had this funny idea that we could list every Pink Floyd record we can think of to confuse any would be listeners out of purchasing any of their music. Thanks for your help in this evil plan.
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Anonymous

Re: What Pink Floyd Record? [Re: inbetween]
    #98180 - 11/05/99 01:46 AM (20 years, 9 months ago)

dark side of the moon.

it is the best!!! lots of instrumental stuff.

(and that trick with wizard of oz works too!!)

-paco

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Re: What Pink Floyd Record? [Re: inbetween]
    #98181 - 11/05/99 06:31 AM (20 years, 9 months ago)

Either The Dark Side of the Moon or the Wall. Both of these are just totally mind blowing. I guarantee that after you trip to any pink floyd album, you will almost immediately start a collection of their cd's
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Re: What Pink Floyd Record? [Re: inbetween]
    #98182 - 11/05/99 08:13 AM (20 years, 9 months ago)

ummagumma


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Re: What Pink Floyd Record? [Re: inbetween]
    #98183 - 11/05/99 05:32 PM (20 years, 9 months ago)

Obscured by clouds, and The Wall


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Anonymous

Re: What Pink Floyd Record? [Re: inbetween]
    #98184 - 11/05/99 07:40 PM (20 years, 9 months ago)

My vote is definitely for "Piper at the Gates of Dawn"

Shortly after that incredible, psychedelic album, they lost their creative genius Syd Barrett, and ever since then they went downhill, just coasting on his brilliance. They tried to make up for it with orchestral sounds & big stadiums & pomp, trying to re-capture it, but never quite succeeding.

PacoDG: What is this Wizard of Oz trick, with Dark Side?

Anyone seen that movie 'The Valley' that Obscured by Clouds is supposed to be the soundtrack for? (right?) Is it worth checking out?

Ok that's a bit unfair, but if you're like most people and all you've ever heard of P.Floyd is 'the Wall' or 'Dark Side of the Moon' ... check out the early material - you don't know what you're missing!

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Re: What Pink Floyd Record? [Re: inbetween]
    #98185 - 11/05/99 07:45 PM (20 years, 9 months ago)

A real good one is "wish you were here". and the trick with oz is you start an ORIGIONAL dsotm cd right before the lion growls and everything goes together. It's right when the actual music starts when the credits start


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Re: What Pink Floyd Record? [Re: inbetween]
    #98186 - 11/05/99 07:48 PM (20 years, 9 months ago)

Oops sorry, just read the thread about Dark Side & Wizard of Oz - sounds interesting, and a cool synch website too


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Re: What Pink Floyd Record? [Re: inbetween]
    #98187 - 11/06/99 10:08 AM (20 years, 9 months ago)

I would have to say that Momentary Lapse of Reason is supurb on acid. so i'd imagine it'd be just as great on shrooms. actually I think any Floyd would be great on any psychedelic.

The post up there is right, once you trip out listening to Floyd you do start a collection.
Mine consists of Wish You Were Here, Dark Side Of The Moon, The Wall, Momentary Lapse of Reason, and Division Bell.
The Wall is the only one I have had for more than 5 months.



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Re: What Pink Floyd Record? [Re: inbetween]
    #98188 - 11/06/99 10:28 AM (20 years, 9 months ago)

Dark Side of the moon is real good, but my favorite is Animals.


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Re: What Pink Floyd Record? [Re: inbetween]
    #98189 - 11/06/99 06:57 AM (20 years, 9 months ago)

#1 Wish you were here
#2 Dark side of the moon

Early Alan Parsons is a really good mix
with early Floyd, I guess because Parsons
was the mixing engineer for the classic
early floyd albums?

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Re: What Pink Floyd Record? [Re: inbetween]
    #98190 - 11/06/99 07:26 AM (20 years, 9 months ago)

Hey INBETWEEN it seems as if everyone has given you a list of the entire Pink Floyd collection. I have 15 Pink Floyd albums so I may be able to help you out.

Dark Side - Classic; backbone of Pink Floyd's fame; allows you to float away

The Wall - Groove filled beats, very rebellious and packed with strong emotion; I listen to this album when the world isn't going my way

A Suacerful of Secrets - My favorite; very dark and bass oriented; puts you in a dark cave with only your mind to keep you company

Obscured By Clouds - Upbeat and creative; Floyd's most underrated album

Wish You Were Here - this album grows on you; it's very reflective and powerful

Piper at the Gates of Dawn - Pink Floyd's first album; IF YOU DON'T LIKE LATE 60'S BRITISH ROCK THEN DON'T GET THIS ALBUM.

This should give you a good start. You can't go wrong if you start with Dark Side or the Wall. Trust me, once you listen to those two, you'll be hooked like all the rest of us. I bought all of my Pink Floyd albums in a span of 3 months!

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Re: What Pink Floyd Record? [Re: inbetween]
    #98191 - 11/08/99 06:23 PM (20 years, 9 months ago)

Excuse me, but I think I heard you say that you don't like British bands? I'm not really trying to criticize you or anything, but some of the best rock n'roll that has ever been produced has come from Britain. The Beatles, The Who, The Stones, Clapton. Hell, Jimi got his start out there cuz noone in America could even imagine listening to a black man. I guess if you don't really like rock, I could see this. Floyd was a product of the rock revolution, but they're pretty much in a category all of their own. But anyway, like everyone has already stated, just about any Floyd album rocks. Once you hear em, you're hooked, or at least everyone I've ever conversed with shares this opinion. I don't really think I could pick a favorite; it all just depends on the mood I'm in as to what to listen to. One really cool trick, though, concerning the synchronicity with Dark Side and the Wizard. Try playing Wish You Were Here with the movie Its A Wonderful Life. Same way to set it up, start it at the third lions roar. I've heard that it goes with the movie even better than the Dark Side one. I haven't actually tried it yet, but the site I found it at gave a lot of very interesting "synchronicities". There's supposedly a bunch of other old classic movies that go well with Floyd albums. I don't remember what the site was, but just search for "synchronicity" or something and you might find it. I guess the Wish You Were Here one is the best, along with the Dark Side, and the other movies just kinda work, but they still might be cool to try out sometime.

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Re: What Pink Floyd Record? [Re: inbetween]
    #98192 - 11/12/99 10:41 AM (20 years, 8 months ago)

the other supposed synchronous floyd/movie trick is the song "echoes", from the album Meddle, that goes with the end sequence to 2001:a space oddesy(sp?). Starts where the title "Jupiter and Beyond" comes on.

These are neat little tricks, but I prefer to stick with just the music and have the video happen in your head. Meddle is truly the best of the lesser known PF albums. Any new floyd fan should definitely check that one out. Echoes is contoured like a trip itself.



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Re: What Pink Floyd Record? [Re: inbetween]
    #98193 - 11/12/99 10:49 AM (20 years, 8 months ago)

Pink Floyd.

Its All Good!!!!!!

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Re: What Pink Floyd Record? [Re: inbetween]
    #98194 - 11/11/99 11:22 PM (20 years, 8 months ago)

"Echoes" of the album Meddle is a trippy song indeed.


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Re: What Pink Floyd Record? [Re: inbetween]
    #98195 - 11/13/99 04:52 PM (20 years, 8 months ago)

i cant believe no one mentioned atom heart mother! lots of intrumental stuff, Fat Old Sun and AHM are amazing songs. not really a good starter album, tho. Animals is another really great one, you should check it out after dark side. you really cant go wrong with any floyd, although i dont like the stuff after Waters left as much.


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Re: What Pink Floyd Record? [Re: inbetween]
    #98196 - 11/13/99 04:55 PM (20 years, 8 months ago)

i cant believe no one mentioned atom heart mother! lots of intrumental stuff, Fat Old Sun and AHM are amazing songs. not really a good starter album, tho. Animals is another really great one, you should check it out after dark side. you really cant go wrong with any floyd, although i dont like the stuff after Waters left as much.


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Re: What Pink Floyd Record? [Re: inbetween]
    #98197 - 11/14/99 09:06 AM (20 years, 8 months ago)

My personal Fav is the Wall....Dark side is awsome too tho.

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Re: What Pink Floyd Record? [Re: inbetween]
    #98198 - 11/14/99 09:33 AM (20 years, 8 months ago)

Animals and wish you were here are really good albums...

Animals is based on George Orwells book "Animal Farm" and Wish you were here is about Syd Barret...



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Re: What Pink Floyd Record? [Re: inbetween]
    #98199 - 11/15/99 06:40 PM (20 years, 8 months ago)

Atom Heart Momma
Animals-ive never heard ANYTHING about it haveing ANYTHING to do with "animalfarm", its not true, it couldnt be. a good album for floyd fans.
The Wall-this is the album that serial killers listen too before they go on a killing spree. This album sends people to the looney-bin.
Meddle-its got Echoes on it, so its pretty good.


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Re: What Pink Floyd Record? [Re: inbetween]
    #98200 - 11/15/99 06:48 PM (20 years, 8 months ago)

Wish You Were Here, Animals, The Wall, Dark Side of The Moon.


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Re: What Pink Floyd Record? [Re: inbetween]
    #98201 - 11/15/99 06:55 PM (20 years, 8 months ago)

I'm sorry but I have to go with Meddle! It's a little trippy but you can really tell how Floyd puts the music back into rock.


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Re: What Pink Floyd Record? [Re: inbetween]
    #98202 - 11/16/99 10:15 AM (20 years, 8 months ago)

GGHEART1 may have a point about The Wall. It does have the ability to get inside your head and wake up thoughts you never thought you had. But isn't that the fun of it all!


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Re: What Pink Floyd Record? [Re: inbetween]
    #98203 - 11/16/99 10:37 AM (20 years, 8 months ago)

Since I have more time than I know what to do with, I figured I'd tally the Pink Floyd Poll started by INBETWEEN. The time is now 12:35 AM on Tuesday, November 16th.

Dark Side 8
The Wall 6
Wish You Were Here 5
Animals 5
"It's ALL good" 4 (kinda tricky to calculate)
Meddle 3
Atom Heart Mother 2
Obscured By Clouds 2
A Saucerful of Secrets 1
Momentary Lapse of Reason 1
Piper at the Gates of Dawn 1
Ummagumma 1

I hope I'm accurate!



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Re: What Pink Floyd Record? [Re: inbetween]
    #98204 - 11/16/99 06:11 PM (20 years, 8 months ago)

Why is The Division Bell so often overlooked? In all of the discussions I've had about Floyd (on the web or irl) this album is almost never mentioned. Perhaps because of the lack of Roger? It is by no means my favorite Floyd album but there is definately some real good stuff in there. Anyone who hasn't heard this should definately check it out.

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Re: What Pink Floyd Record? [Re: inbetween]
    #98205 - 11/16/99 06:39 PM (20 years, 8 months ago)

By 1977 England was in the throes of punk, a musical revolution that held hugely successful "dinosaur" rock groups in contempt. So ANIMALS, the album Pink Floyd released that year, found the band as musically stripped down as they'd ever been. The overabundance of soundscapes, ethereal synths and lush textures of the past gave way to a leaner, more guitar-driven Floyd. Yet thematically, Waters and co. still reached for the sky. Inspired in part by George Orwell's classic novel, "Animal Farm," ANIMALS divides humans into three categories--dogs, pigs and sheep--and features each classification in song. The dogs are merciless opportunists, grasping for success at any price; the pigs are pathetic, self-righteous tyrants; and the sheep are the mindless followers, being used by the dogs and pigs.



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Re: What Pink Floyd Record? [Re: inbetween]
    #98206 - 11/16/99 09:26 PM (20 years, 8 months ago)

Well I would say......

Dark Side of The Moon

The Wall

Animals

Relics

Umma Gumma

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Re: What Pink Floyd Record? [Re: inbetween]
    #98207 - 11/19/99 05:14 AM (20 years, 8 months ago)

WHAT IS WRONG WITH YOU PEOPLE!!!!!!

PINK FLOYD'S MEDDLE TRACK # 6 "ECHOES" IS THE TRIPPIEST SONG THEY HAVE EVER WRITTEN, AND RECORDED....ITS 23 MINUTES LONG AND TAKES YOU PLACES EVEN WHEN YOU AREN'T SHROOMIN'.......

IF I WERE TO SUGGEST AN ENTIRE FLOYD ALBUM I WOULD HAVE TO SAY "WISH YOU WERE HERE" IS THE TRIPPIEST ALBUM FROM START TO FINISH...

EVERYONE SAYS "DARK SIDE, OR THE WALL" LISTEN TO THEIR OTHER ALBUMS AND YOU WILL SEE THERE IS A WHOLE LOT MORE TO FLOYD THAN YOU THINK...

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Re: What Pink Floyd Record? [Re: inbetween]
    #98208 - 11/21/99 04:27 PM (20 years, 8 months ago)

I agree that the "The Division Bell" is way overlooked, another one that is not given enough credit is "The Final Cut" this is one of the best in my opinion. they all seriously kick ass.
Shifty


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Re: What Pink Floyd Record? [Re: inbetween]
    #98209 - 11/23/99 04:24 AM (20 years, 8 months ago)

I'm a massive Floyd fan. I have 24 floyd cds (including bootlegs). If your a first timer and your thinking about getting into Floyd, I would probably recommend The Wall. If you just want to get some trippy Floyd to enjoy though, I recommend Piper At The Gates of Dawn, or/and Meddle or/and Obscured by Clouds.

One more thing though: for all you floyd fans out there, i really really strongly recommend listening to Several Small Species Of Fury Animals Grooving Together with A Pic In A Cave (or whatever that flippin' title is) from Ummagumma. I listened to it on one hit of acid and headphones and my mind was blown.

Of yeah, and some of you Floyd fans may not be aware of the Floyd tribute CD - Saucerful of Pink. It's a double cd, and all the songs are really cool and different eletronica renditions of the classics. At first i didn't like the CD much, now i think it's the bomb.

Pink Floyd is the best musical group ever. (that's what i think anyway)



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Re: What Pink Floyd Record? [Re: inbetween]
    #98210 - 11/23/99 07:32 PM (20 years, 8 months ago)

Naw naw naw naw naw, (chuckles) the wall is tooooo much...."HEAD TO THE BEDROOM ON THE SUITCASE ON THE LEFT YOULL FIND MY FAVORITE AX".... I dont know that just came to my head.


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Re: What Pink Floyd Record? [Re: inbetween]
    #98211 - 11/25/99 12:07 AM (20 years, 8 months ago)

i was thinking the same walrus. the division bell is a very good album. not as good as DSOTM or Wall but still worthwhile


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Re: What Pink Floyd Record? [Re: inbetween]
    #98212 - 11/30/99 01:02 PM (20 years, 8 months ago)

the pink floyd dark side of the moon synch with wizard of oz is pretty trippy in and of itself. to do it you start the CD after the second lion roar(MGM lion, in beginning before the credits, three roars total). the way to check if you have done it right is during the first part of the movie, dorothy is walking on top of the fence next to the pig pen, she falls in and as soon as she hits the ground there is a cymbal crash and the mood of the music changes. theres another check a little earlier but i forget where it is. if you stick your CD player on repeat, the album will supposedly synch to the second half of the movie as well(i didnt know that when i did it and only watched it to the first half but a friend of mine says it works).

happy trails



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Re: What Pink Floyd Record? [Re: inbetween]
    #98213 - 12/03/99 04:56 PM (20 years, 8 months ago)

Shit... whats great about PF is thier CD's are so unique that you can like them all, and still get a new thing from each. One CD that I haven't really seen anyone talk about is ANIMALS... it grows on you. Very tripped out lyrics. And nice long tunes that are good for smokin and trippin too.

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Re: What Pink Floyd Record? [Re: inbetween]
    #98214 - 12/07/99 03:35 PM (20 years, 8 months ago)

definately dsotm!! the wall 2nd. the movie the wall on surround sound really blows your fucking mind! a clockword orange comes in a close 2nd to the wall.


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Re: What Pink Floyd Record? [Re: inbetween]
    #98215 - 12/07/99 03:49 PM (20 years, 8 months ago)

Umma Gumma fuckin jams.
Dark side is a damn good trip album though


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Re: What Pink Floyd Record? [Re: inbetween]
    #98216 - 12/07/99 04:02 PM (20 years, 8 months ago)

How odd. I just got done listening to piper at the gates of dawn for the first time when i laid eyes on this thread. For me, you really cant say anything about pink floyd from one of their albums.. they change so drastically from piper to the final cut that you cant even tell theyre' the same and on some songs. Syd barret and roger waters are genius. i refuse to listen to anything they have done after 85 when roger left the band.
But everything from the 60's till then is amazing. each album can flow so well. saucerful of secrets and atom heart mother are 2 good albums to trip to if you like their earlier stuff. darkside and the wall are good for those of you who prefer the later stuff. i also highly recomend wish you were here on repeat.. for at least 3 hours..


woo hoo. 100 posts and the 100th is PF related..

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Re: What Pink Floyd Record? [Re: inbetween]
    #98217 - 12/07/99 05:37 PM (20 years, 8 months ago)

Though not their best song i think the song bike would be the coolest to listen to tripping. its gotta be the straight up weirdest most ecleptic (sp?) song floyd ever did. you can really see the maddness syd must have gone through in those years. if you listen to alot of post-barret floyd you will get a kick out of pipers at the gates of dawn. especially "the gnome" and "bike". In fact i think ill put on that album now. either way you should buy the floyd box set to start off and keep collecting from there on.

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Re: What Pink Floyd Record? [Re: inbetween]
    #266544 - 03/05/01 09:43 PM (19 years, 5 months ago)

Piper at the gates of dawn
the wall(1 & 2)
meddle
a saucer full of secrets
obscured by the clouds
the division bell
dark side of the moon
wish you were here
Thats the only ones I know exist if anyone has any more please let me know in a pm i need them all.

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Re: What Pink Floyd Record? [Re: ArchDruid]
    #267890 - 03/07/01 10:25 PM (19 years, 5 months ago)

Another vote for Piper at the Gates of Dawn. Name one later Floyd song that rocked as hard as "Astronomy Domine." I think my user name might give this away, but I'm a huge Syd fan. I just wish more of you could hear some of the bootlegs of unreleased and rare Floyd material I have, great songs such as Scream Thy Last Scream, Candy and a Currant Bun, Apples & Oranges, and of course Syd's slightly bizarre/weird/vulnerable solo material, which I won't even try to get into.



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Re: What Pink Floyd Record? [Re: SydFan]
    #268693 - 03/09/01 02:10 PM (19 years, 5 months ago)

Saucerful of Secrets and Piper are both great. Being an old fart at 39, I can remember tripping on REAL LSD and listening
to both of these. Now my recent indulgence into shrooms has
me re-living those old memories and songs. There's something about the childness of these recordings that triggers certain
emotions, memories and feelings. I guess that psychedelic drugs imitate the feelings of the child in that they allow you to
experience these things in the way a child experiences things
for the first time. I'm on a tangent here, but does anyone else feel the same way?
This is what makes Pink Floyd so unique!

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Re: What Pink Floyd Record? [Re: Bullfrog]
    #269630 - 03/11/01 11:51 AM (19 years, 5 months ago)

Pink Floyd Echoes is no doubt an awesome Cd, but recently i got Obscured By Clouds, one of their lesser known ones and it is awesome as well, i strongly recommend it.



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