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The sad thing about listening to Pink Floyd is

 
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The sad thing about listening to Pink Floyd is
You listened to all of the Pink Floyd albums and you have favorite ones but you've listened to it all. And the sad thing about it is there will be no other Pink Floyd, no other band on Earth sounds even remotely close to Pink Floyd. So when you have listened to all of Pink Floyd, there are no offshoot bands for you to go to. There's just no band remotely like Pink Floyd. So it's sad when you listen in you start to get a little bored because you've listened to the Same album 50 times already. And you just know that that's the end of that sound, that's the end of the road.
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Re: The sad thing about listening to Pink Floyd is
My favorite song by Pink Floyd is "Silent Lucidity".

Seriously, Pink Floyd is mostly extremely boring. Some corpse slumped over on a casio. Any time they have an interesting hook, they end the song way to early.

It's funny that you're sick of Pink Floyd. I have the same problem with Led Zeppelin.

Funny, though, that I never, ever tire of Black Sabbath or The Beatles.
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Re: The sad thing about listening to Pink Floyd is
You listened to all of the Pink Floyd albums and you have favorite ones but you've listened to it all. And the sad thing about it is there will be no other Pink Floyd, no other band on Earth sounds even remotely close to Pink Floyd. So when you have listened to all of Pink Floyd, there are no offshoot bands for you to go to. There's just no band remotely like Pink Floyd. So it's sad when you listen in you start to get a little bored because you've listened to the Same album 50 times already. And you just know that that's the end of that sound, that's the end of the road.
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Dude, get out of my head!
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Re: The sad thing about listening to Pink Floyd is
Uhhh, Queensryche did “Silent Lucidity”.
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Re: The sad thing about listening to Pink Floyd is
Uhhh, Queensryche did “Silent Lucidity”.
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Derp...

That's why after I said that, I said "Seriously..."

That means the previous thing I said was not serious.

However, Silent Lucidity is indistinguishable from Pink Floyd. Well, except at it's better.
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Re: The sad thing about listening to Pink Floyd is
Pink Floyd is the ultimate band to relax to while smoking a doobie. I don't smoke anymore but if I did I'd listen to some Pink Floyd and relax. I would also say its good for shrooms too but I don't do that either.
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Re: The sad thing about listening to Pink Floyd is
Franky likes Floyd!
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Re: The sad thing about listening to Pink Floyd is
Ya, I know right? and with such a range of styles too.. This album is a bit more obscure, as it's a soundtrack



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Re: The sad thing about listening to Pink Floyd is
Very different style than:


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Re: The sad thing about listening to Pink Floyd is
Very different style than:


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That era sucked so much ass!
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Re: The sad thing about listening to Pink Floyd is
I miss the full shows...brit floyd can get you by in a pinch but you are right...the music is over. Hey at least we got a chance in this timeline for everything to line up right for them to make it!
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Re: The sad thing about listening to Pink Floyd is
Waters and Gilmour are both still alive and performing. Chances they re-unite and record one more album for posterity is slim to none, but there is always hope.
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Re: The sad thing about listening to Pink Floyd is
You listened to all of the Pink Floyd albums and you have favorite ones but you've listened to it all. And the sad thing about it is there will be no other Pink Floyd, no other band on Earth sounds even remotely close to Pink Floyd. So when you have listened to all of Pink Floyd, there are no offshoot bands for you to go to. There's just no band remotely like Pink Floyd. So it's sad when you listen in you start to get a little bored because you've listened to the Same album 50 times already. And you just know that that's the end of that sound, that's the end of the road.
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Ugh, I totally know what you mean. I freaking love Pink Floyd. And actually, I know I haven't heard all of their albums, so it's possible for me to still discover more Pink Floyd music I haven't heard before, if I ever get around to it.

But your post made me think of a band I used to listen to in college that was inspired by Pink Floyd. I've been digging up some old music today, I may as well dig up another.

They are called Impossible Recording Machine. Made up of Matt Walker (Smashing Pumpkins, Garbage, Filter, Cupcakes) and Jim Dinou (Exo) blend an array of influences from pop to abstract into their own unique sound.

You should check this song out.
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Impossible Recording Machine - The Dark Side of the Sun




Here's another one.
Impossible Recording Machine - Echo The Moon


Actually, I realized you can hear clips of the entire album here: [link to shop.positronrecords.com]
Ahhh, now I totally want to dig out the CDs and have a listen again!
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Re: The sad thing about listening to Pink Floyd is
I used to think the same thing until I discovered this.

[link to youtu.be (secure)]

Try smokin up a doobie and watchin summa this.
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Re: The sad thing about listening to Pink Floyd is
Very different style than:


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That era sucked so much ass!
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whatever
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Re: The sad thing about listening to Pink Floyd is
Pink Floyd Meddle was very diff sounding for mid 70's

one of the underated albums IMO

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Re: The sad thing about listening to Pink Floyd is
Pink Floyd Meddle was very diff sounding for mid 70's

one of the underated albums IMO

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anyone remember the limited Meddle album with the carnival black and white picture? Supposedly a limited supply and I used to have one. Long gone now
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Re: The sad thing about listening to Pink Floyd is
My favorite song by Pink Floyd is "Silent Lucidity".

Seriously, Pink Floyd is mostly extremely boring. Some corpse slumped over on a casio. Any time they have an interesting hook, they end the song way to early.

It's funny that you're sick of Pink Floyd. I have the same problem with Led Zeppelin.

Funny, though, that I never, ever tire of Black Sabbath or The Beatles.
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Silent lucidity is from Queensryche

And the beatles kinda sucked for the most part
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Re: The sad thing about listening to Pink Floyd is
If you get a chance watch floyds live at Pompeii documentary
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Re: The sad thing about listening to Pink Floyd is
Pink Floyd is the ultimate band to relax to while smoking a doobie. I don't smoke anymore but if I did I'd listen to some Pink Floyd and relax. I would also say its good for shrooms too but I don't do that either.
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Dark side of the moon and wizard of oz are synced perfectly....you ever smoke again you should youtube that....good way to pass the time
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Re: The sad thing about listening to Pink Floyd is
Uhhh, Queensryche did “Silent Lucidity”.
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Play it backwards.
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Re: The sad thing about listening to Pink Floyd is
I used to like Pink Floyd - 30 years ago! I can't listen to them any longer. Much like Skynyrd and Zepplin. Getting to be that way with VH also.
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Re: The sad thing about listening to Pink Floyd is
Pink Floyd Meddle was very diff sounding for mid 70's

one of the underated albums IMO


Meddle was fuckin' fantastic!

Of course there was "Echos"...but I think my favorite was either "fearless" or "A pillow of winds".

And all you ever hear on the radio is "we don't need no education"...UGH!
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Re: The sad thing about listening to Pink Floyd is
I have to say, the "newer" stuff with david gilmoure playing live is pretty intense!
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Re: The sad thing about listening to Pink Floyd is
This is one of my favorites of Roger Waters solo. Eric Clapton is on guitar and he rips it.




The concept, as envisioned by Waters in 1977, rotated around a man's scattered thoughts during a road trip through California, focusing on his midlife crisis, and how he dreams of committing adultery with a hitchhiker he picks up along the way. Along the way he also faces other fears and paranoia, with all of these things taking place in real time in the early morning hours of 04:30:18 am to 05:12 am on an unspecified day.

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Re: The sad thing about listening to Pink Floyd is
This is one of my favorites of Roger Waters solo. Eric Clapton is on guitar and he rips it.




The concept, as envisioned by Waters in 1977, rotated around a man's scattered thoughts during a road trip through California, focusing on his midlife crisis, and how he dreams of committing adultery with a hitchhiker he picks up along the way. Along the way he also faces other fears and paranoia, with all of these things taking place in real time in the early morning hours of 04:30:18 am to 05:12 am on an unspecified day.
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A great track. Something about Yoko Ono, but it was great.
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Re: The sad thing about listening to Pink Floyd is
There's always this. David Gilmour - "There's No Way Out Of Here": [link to youtu.be]
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Re: The sad thing about listening to Pink Floyd is
Meddle was actually their first decent album. Most everything before that kind of sucked ass. It's good they got rid of syd barrett.
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Re: The sad thing about listening to Pink Floyd is
Uhhh, Queensryche did “Silent Lucidity”.
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Derp...

That's why after I said that, I said "Seriously..."

That means the previous thing I said was not serious.

However, Silent Lucidity is indistinguishable from Pink Floyd. Well, except at it's better.
 Quoting: Jai_Guru_Jesus_Om


Hahah, Silent Lucidity sounds nothing like Floyd if you know what Floyd sounds like. Have you only ever heard The Wall or something?
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