|1-2||Learning To Fly|
|1-3||What Do You Want From Me?|
|1-4||On The Turning Away|
|1-5||Take It Back|
|1-7||Great Day For Freedom|
|1-9||One Of These Days|
|1-10||Shine On You Crazy Diamond Part 1-5|
|2-5||The Great Gig In The Sky|
|2-6||Wish You Were Here|
|2-7||Us And Them|
|2-9||Another Brick In The Wall Part 2|
|2-12||Run Like Hell|
The discography of Pink Floyd, a British progressive rock band, consists of fifteen studio albums, three live albums, nine compilation albums, four box sets, five extended plays, and twenty-seven singles. Formed in 1965, Pink Floyd initially earned recognition for their psychedelic or space rock music, and, as they evolved, for their progressive rock music. They are known for philosophical lyrics, sonic experimentation, innovative cover art, and elaborate live shows.
Produced by James Guthrie, Roger Waters, David Gilmour & 1 more. After a falling out with Storm Thorgerson and Hipgnosis, The Wall now features another designer, Gerald Scarfe, who did the distinctive font of the album title and the twisted figures of the related artwork. The Wall " Track Info. Written By Pink Floyd.
Concert at Hockenheimring, Hockenheim, Germany. Feel the noise! If you are interested in this bootleg, contact us and we'll update it!
Pink Floyd Album Covers depict the best in Rock . Top 10 Rock Albums of 2016. Top 10 Foghat Albums.
Pink Floyd parody album covers pay homage to the classic Pink Floyd albums by using the artwork found on the album covers for new albums by other artists. Pink Floyd provided some of the most well-known album artwork, making it no surprise that so many people have paid tribute to their albums throughout the years. Among the other Pink Floyd album covers that have been parodied, two others stick out as front-runners for the most widely used, their 1970 release of Atom Heart Mother and the legendary 1979 double album The Wall.
Echoes - The Best of Pink Floyd' (2001). This cover features images and concepts from previous albums: the pig from the 'Animals' album, the cow from 'Atom Heart Mother', the swimmer and liner bag from 'Wish You Were Here', the maid from 'A Momentary Lapse Of Reason' and the masks from 'Is There Anybody Out There?'. This is an image 7 of 15. 'A Momentary Lapse Of Reason' (1987). This was the first album after Roger Waters left and Pink Floyd continued as Nick Mason and David Gilmour
Three Pink Floyd albums celebrate anniversaries this year. See below our list of Pink Floyd albums ranked by the quality of showcased material. Please note that these are our opinions, and that you may or may not agree with them. What is the best for us, for you may be the worst. 15. The Endless River (2014). One of the most unbelievable and shocking pieces of news we received back in 2014 is certainly the one about the release of the last album that the remaining members of Pink Floyd, David Gilmour and Nick Mason, announced.
I love every Pink Floyd album. This one, however, is my favourite. More has amazing instrumentals, mellow songs, sublime vocals, blasting rockers, psychedelics, bit or blues and spanish to form a very diverse album. A decent album of great Pink Floyd songs. Good for new listeners just to understand what Pink Floyd music is really like. A foot in the door is more just hits and radio favourites.
Pink Floyd’s third album is also its first without erratic founding member Syd Barrett, and it finds the band leaning heavily on recent addition David Gilmour. The results are wildly uneven, with psych-tinged, pastoral folk ballads pressed up uncomfortably against avant-garde sound experiments. Barrett’s heavy drug use is often cited as a reason for him leaving the band, so it’s richly ironic that their first album without him is the original motion picture soundtrack for More, a French film that depicts the unraveling effects of drug addiction