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The Essential Pink Floyd

Here is my top 5 Pink Floyd albums ranked accordingly...
5Pink Floyd
Wish You Were Here

This is where many people disagree with me. Despite being a great album, the album gets boring in parts
for me.
4Pink Floyd
The Wall

Much like Dark Side, if you haven't heard this album you don't belong on this site. The music has
completely shifted to the hands of Roger Waters. Completely different then their previous albums. Still, the
album blows me away. Watch the movie too (with added inspiration, if you know what i mean...)
3 Pink Floyd
Dark Side of the Moon

I'm sure you have been bothered by someone to listen to this album. Well, do it, you won't regret it. What
some people relate to 'abbey road' or 'let it bleed' as the essential album to hear, well 'dark side of the
moon' is my favorite. Deep concept, lyrics are the best on any PF album. Piano is impressive too.
2Pink Floyd

Pink Floyd has always inspired me through the concepts, but Meddle seems to lack a clear concept.
Nevertheless, the lyrics and music are spectacular, and Gilmour does a lot of slide guitar. After a heart
palpitating 'one of these days' the album slows down and relaxes you. Then it ends with 'echoes' the best
pink floyd song of all time.
1Pink Floyd

The culmination of Pink Floyd 70's evolution by David Gilmour and the madness of Roger Water's. And
what a concept! Animal Farm! The lyrics are truly amazing, but the long ambient breaks in 'sheep' and
'dogs' are what really send me into another world on this album. Certainly, the best album Pink Floyd has
ever made, and maybe one of the best albums of all time.
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