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Old 09-24-2003, 09:08 PM   #16
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They probably decided to call it Terminal Frost because it sounds cool.

The Pink Floyd song with the most chords...hmm...I know it's a Syd song...See Emily Play is the answer. 14 different chords in the first verse and chorus, plus including the bridge would probably put it up around 20.
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Well I don't know, it all sounds a bit sus to me . Actually, there's a good theory going round that it's about a nuclear winter. Or it could be named after Roger Waters.

Proper question then. Which tracks did Rick Wright play on for Momentary Lapse?
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Haha, charade you are!
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what were the two pigs called in the division bell tour?
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Syd doesn't wear a straight jacket. He's not insane.
The correct answer is 38 long.(very long)
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Which tracks did Rick Wright play on for Momentary Lapse?
Nobody really knows for sure besides the band themselves. However, it is commonly accepted that he played on On The Turning Away , Sorrow, and Yet Another Movie.

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what were the two pigs called in the division bell tour?
Syd and Roger!

Heheh...I'm enjoying this, these questions are easy!
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There's a book that lists who played what on every PF song. I can't remember what it's called though! But I remember it listing Wright's name under Terminal Frost. He plays some tinkley piano in the background and a bit of organ. He also did an organ solo for On the Turning Away that Gilmour said they didn't use "not because it wasn't any good, it just didn't fit".
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how old was Dave Gilmour when he joined?

who sang lead vocal on "Have a Cigar?"

Where was "Piper at the Gates of Dawn" recorded?
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damn..I just saw the other thread.

scrap the Roy Harper question
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how old was Dave Gilmour when he joined?

who sang lead vocal on "Have a Cigar?"

Where was "Piper at the Gates of Dawn" recorded?
1. He was born on March 6/46, and joined the Floyd in January of 68, so he would have been 21 at the time.

2. Roy Harper.

3. Abbey Road Studios, London.

In the famous words of Darth Vader: "All too easy."
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he was 22!!!!!


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No...no he wasn't. He was born on March 6, 1946. He joined in January 1968. Do the math. He was 21 years old, and 10 months.

Think about it.

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fair enough...you win
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Like I said, you can't beat me.
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I've kind of beaten you . You didn't say anything about Wright playing on Terminal Frost

And the book I mentioned is called the Pink FLoyd Encyclopedia.
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