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Old 06-14-2003, 10:22 PM   #1
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Anyone else like the Floyd?
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Never heard of 'em.

(*cough*)
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I hear they are also making a retrospective live album, much like the recent works of Led Zeppelin.

DVD please.
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finally saw the wall dvd yesterday.absolutely amazing. i loved pink floyd to begin with, but this only makes me appreciate their music that much more.
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you only saw it now, Red?
Damn....
I saw that movie for the first time when I was 15...
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yes i only saw it now. im only 12.

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get with the times, ol boy.
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Bear, I'm so glad you finallly saw The Wall. I just knew you'd love it.
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I use to live on the Dark Side of the Moon. I still visit there often.
Music to travel by.
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Oh and btw, which one's pink??
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Quote:
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I use to live on the Dark Side of the Moon. I still visit there often.
Music to travel by.
favourite album
and agreed on the music to travel by comment
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Bear, I'm so glad you finallly saw The Wall. I just knew you'd love it.
i know, i thought about your comment when i saw the movie.
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I was raised on Pink Floyd. Good stuff.
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Oh yes, me likie. The Wall was actually one of the first cd's I ever bought.

PS - The band themselves supposedly dont like the movie of The Wall very much.
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I don't know yet. I'll probably buy Echoes - greatest hits (either that or Wall and Dark side of the moon). I heard Another brick in the wall and Learning to fly from the songs.

(I have heard of the Wall tour and saw a documentary on it with singer comments and Mark Fisher too. A very intriguing concept for a tour, and very advanced for the times I imagine.)
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