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Old 02-20-2006, 05:17 PM   #151
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does anyone else hear the laughing on "Brain Damage" (track 08) on Dark Side of the Moon? at around 1:54 into the song? it's wiieerrddd! =)
Yeah. There's a lot of strange laughing - usually courtesy of Mr. Waters - in many Pink Floyd songs. My favourite instance of maniacal laughing is in Sheep.

"Bleating and babbling we fell on his neck with a screeeeeaaaaaaaam...AAAAAAAAHAHAHAHAHA!"


I just love that laughing. I've often thought of compiling a comprehensive list of PF songs that include crazy laughing of some sort. That might be pushing it, though.
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and i didn't think radiohead could get anymore overrated than they already are, then you come out with a comment like that. Get a grip.
Haha! Okay, since you said so....!

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Haha! Okay, since you said so....!



When I see "overrated" and "Radiohead" in the same sentence, I just smile at the perpetrator's loss. More Radiohead for the rest of us.
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When I see "overrated" and "Radiohead" in the same sentence, I just smile at the perpetrator's loss. More Radiohead for the rest of us.

thats what the world needs more pink floyd and radiohead
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That wasn't difficult to say was it?
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I enjoy Radiohead, but there is just some of their material that hasn't grown on me yet (mostly their post-2000 stuff)
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Yeah. There's a lot of strange laughing - usually courtesy of Mr. Waters - in many Pink Floyd songs. My favourite instance of maniacal laughing is in Sheep.

"Bleating and babbling we fell on his neck with a screeeeeaaaaaaaam...AAAAAAAAHAHAHAHAHA!"


I just love that laughing. I've often thought of compiling a comprehensive list of PF songs that include crazy laughing of some sort. That might be pushing it, though.
LOL =)
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I just love that laughing. I've often thought of compiling a comprehensive list of PF songs that include crazy laughing of some sort. That might be pushing it, though.
Do it, do eeeet!! Ahahahahahah!


I actually read this yesterday about the conversation bits on Dark Side: http://www.rollingstone.com/artists/pinkfloyd/articles/story/5937470/dark_side_at_30_roger_waters

And, then I found this: http://www13.thdo.bbc.co.uk/radio2/r2music/documentaries/pinkfloyd.shtml

I just love reading about music and listening to informative historical documentaries
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thanx for the links
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"That was certainly expressed in "Brain Damage.""
hahah yes, it was ;]
thanks for the links!
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"That's crap. There's no question that Dave needs a vehicle to bring out the best of his guitar playing. And he is a great guitar player. But the idea, which he's tried to propagate over the years, that he's somehow more musical than I am, is absolute fucking nonsense. It's an absurd notion, but people seem quite happy to believe it."


I hate it when people automatically assume that the only thing Roger Waters contributed to Pink Floyd was lyrics and ideas, thanks to a few comments from Gilmour. He may not have been as technically brilliant on the bass and other instruments as Gilmour was on the guitar, but he certainly wasn't as hopeless as some people would have you believe. These days in particular, Waters has an especially broad musical range. I still have to check out the opera he recently released on Sony Classical.
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Nick Mason > you
Richard Wright > you
David Gilmour >> you
Roger Waters >>>>>>>>>> you

it's that simple
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I like the way you think, LMP. But I think Nick deserves a few more > signs!
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ok, so I'm bumping this because I've just seen The Wall for the first time, and it's completely insane.

I still don't understand parts of it, but oh well, it was still amazing.

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you just watched it....isn't it great.....the part where he like smashes every thing was great!!!!!
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