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Old 02-15-2006, 11:26 PM   #46
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Here's some more Pink Floyd stuff, if anyone is interested.

Some great official stuff is found here: http://www.pinkfloyd.co.uk/main.php?flash=missing&quicktime=present Just dig for the "video" option after clicking the song titles. If you click "more video" after viewing a clip, you'll get directed to some cool promo stuff, as well.

Also, I found this last weekend. Click "more video from this user" to get even more goodies, like the Live 8 rehearsal.
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Old 02-16-2006, 12:10 AM   #47
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Don't apologise. Come on, it's love_u2_adam, cynicism is warranted. As you say, none of the band members could be called "sexie", and Pink Floyd's music isn't exactly hyper-catchy stuff like Vertigo. I bet she thinks Pink Floyd is a person. "Oh, by the way, which one's Pink?"


ummmm ok ....my personality is being hit and im not even here to defend myself....ok i do know alot about pink floyd....my dad has alot of the albums...and some songs i know are:
-young lust
-ridin' the gravy train
-us and them
-money(i can play it on bass)
-brain damage
-comfortably numb
-goodbye blue sky
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If anyone comments on the title 'Ridin' the Gravy Train' they are just nit-picking, you hear?
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I'm not going to say I'm a fan of classic rock bands, because well I amn't, I wouldn't wear a Floyd/Who/Zeppelin shirt because I have barely heard any songs by these bands

And if you look at my favourite 5 bands and artists (U2,Aslan,Thin Lizzy,Gary Moore and Oasis), Thin Lizzy are the only band who are not still making music
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Ok I do listen to Pink Floyd, I have posters up in my bed room, I listen to them for hours, and you all don't have the right to say what I listen to, what bands I like and dislike...I said I listen to them.....I'm not their biggest fan but I do like the music...and I know the Roger Waters is a great bass player!!
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Don't apologise. Come on, it's love_u2_adam, cynicism is warranted. As you say, none of the band members could be called "sexie", and Pink Floyd's music isn't exactly hyper-catchy stuff like Vertigo. I bet she thinks Pink Floyd is a person. "Oh, by the way, which one's Pink?"
No need to be so rude.
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Don't apologise. Come on, it's love_u2_adam, cynicism is warranted. As you say, none of the band members could be called "sexie", and Pink Floyd's music isn't exactly hyper-catchy stuff like Vertigo. I bet she thinks Pink Floyd is a person. "Oh, by the way, which one's Pink?"
Hey no need to talk about her like that, maybe you should get to know her, and maybe then you wouldn't be saying stuff like that
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why am i all of a sudden in the mood for a cigar
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ummmm ok ....my personality is being hit and im not even here to defend myself....ok i do know alot about pink floyd....my dad has alot of the albums...and some songs i know are:
-young lust
-ridin' the gravy train
-us and them
-money(i can play it on bass)
-brain damage
-comfortably numb
-goodbye blue sky
Again, I'm sorry. I don't mean to judge. But you kind of did prove my point... All of those songs (correction to the second one, it's Have A Cigar, not Ridin' The Gravy Train) come from Dark Side Of The Moon, Wish You Were Here, and The Wall! Nothing from Obscured By Clouds? Animals? There are songs on those two albums that most Floyd fans would rank higher than something like Young Lust ( ).

Yeah, and I'd kind of debate Roger Waters' ability as a bassist. He was a master of words, themes, vocals and sounds, but he certainly wasn't a great bass player. That said, his playing is a thousand times more interesting than Adam Clayton's.
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I'm actully ashamed that I haven't really heard many Pink Floyd albums

I know they are a great band but unfortunatley the songs I've heard so far haven't really made me jump up and get all their albums...

I guess I just haven't heard the right album yet to really kick off my interest in them.

Any suggestions of albums which could help me?
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No need to be so rude.

Oh but that's what he does best!!


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I'm actully ashamed that I haven't really heard many Pink Floyd albums

I know they are a great band but unfortunatley the songs I've heard so far haven't really made me jump up and get all their albums...

I guess I just haven't heard the right album yet to really kick off my interest in them.

Any suggestions of albums which could help me?
Animals! Animals! Animals!

Every song on that album is great. Don't be put off by the song lengths (Dogs, for instance, is 17:08). It's just perfection. I personally rank it a hell of a lot higher than The Wall and Dark Side Of The Moon. Wish You Were Here and Obscured By Clouds are also good for getting people hooked. The latter features some of the nicest singing David Gilmour ever did.

P.S. Here's the album cover for Animals:



Just the cover alone deserves some drooling.
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Oh but that's what he does best!!


I wasn't exactly a saint myself, don't pin it all on him. I'd like to forget all of this now because I can be a real bitch when I'm in a bad mood. Sorry for stirring the pot.
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I wasn't exactly a saint myself, don't pin it all on him.
Yes, but at least you apologized...and then he has to post a rude item telling you to not apologize.
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I know love_u2_adam doesn't need anyone to defend her, but I can't believe what I'm hearing from some of you. Picking on a 14 year old girl for her listening habits; you all should be ashamed. Think about what you were listening to when you were her age. I'm sure the majority of you were listening to stuff you won't even own up to now. I don't think there's a whole lot of 14 year olds who can name every obscure Pink Floyd album. I'll bet the lot of you got into Pink Floyd post Roger Waters and the song that did it was Learning to Fly. Lame!! And if you didn't outgrow Led Zep by the time you were 19, then you might be perpetually stuck in adolescence.
Anyway, all I'm saying is give the kid a break. She sounds pretty cool to me. Then again, maybe you're all just having fun with this......and I'm way off base.
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