In no way would I consider this album a classic Pink Floyd masterpiece. That being said, the job Roger Waters did with the lyrics were incredible. Overall one of my favorite albums, but still missing that Pink Floyd feel in a way.
Maybe this album is a grower. At first, I absolutely hated The Wall, but after a while I started listening to it. Now it is one of my favorite Pink Floyd albums. Maybe The Final Cut will be the same way for me, but until then...this album bores me to death. I don't understand how it has such great ratings.
Many of my friends didn't like this album when i bought it, but i liked it, they it was to slow and not enough David and his amazing voice, but i found this album to be a great album to add to your Pink Floyd collection
This album is really good. :D
its not as good as The Wall or Dark Side, but i love the overall tone and the impact it leaves on you as far as the mood of the album goes
Great album, pretty underrated D:
Dispite being viewed as more of a Roger Waters solo outing than a Pink Floyd record (with good reason) this is still a solid disc regardless. The Final Cut still possesses enough atmosphere for a Floyd album, and it's only major flaw (despite the collapse that would come during and after its recording) being that Gilmour's vocals are far too excluded... oh yeah, and that Rick Wright was completely excluded...