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My Pink Floyd Journey

While I definitely wasn't won over by most of their discography, I still came out of the expeirence with a greater respect for them.
1Pink Floyd
The Piper at the Gates of Dawn

Not a good way to start. So much pretentious artsy fartsy dogshit to plow through here. I guess I understand the appeal, but I can safely say this album is something I will never consider revisiting again.
2Pink Floyd
A Saucerful of Secrets

Definitely a step above the debut for me. The boys decided to actually write some songs this time around. There may not be anything on here I would consider to be above average, but an average album is better than a bad one.
3Pink Floyd

While ‘The Nile Song’ fuckin rocks, the rest of this album is filled to the brim with par-for-the-course tracks and forgettable instrumentals. With that being said, I never got the urge to shut it off; so that’s a plus.
4Pink Floyd

Experimental isn’t a synonym for good. The original compositions on this album are pretentious Pink Floyd at their very worst; to the point where I felt Pink Floyd were deliberately trying to waste my time. Fuck this album.
5Pink Floyd
Atom Heart Mother

The opening track is a satisfying grandiose epic, but everything afterwards falls pretty flat for me.
6Pink Floyd

This was the first Pink Floyd release that I actually enjoyed quite a bit. I do think the mid section is a little week, but the opener and closer are something special.
7Pink Floyd
Obscured by Clouds

8Pink Floyd
The Dark Side of the Moon

I knew this album wouldn’t live up to it’s insane reputation, but I was surprised by how much I didn’t hate it. I don’t think it’s anywhere near an all-time great album, but it is an enjoyable album from my least favorite rock subgenre.
9Pink Floyd
Wish You Were Here

If there was one album in this band’s discography that I totally understand the praise for, it’s this one. I hate prog, but even I can tell this is a fantastic album. Good job, Floyd.
10Pink Floyd

While I find the message of this album to be a little too on the nose and preachy, I’d be lying if I said the material on here isn’t engaging. “Dogs” was personally a bit of a slog for me, but the rest of the record is rather enjoyable.
11Pink Floyd
The Wall

Pink Floyd did the impossible. They made an album I actually consider to be a masterpiece. My only complaint is that the track "What Shall We Do Now” was cut from the final cut of the album; which is a damn shame, because it is probably my favorite Pink Floyd track. That mild complaint aside, this album makes the prog-rock hater inside me hang his head in shame. Good job, boys.
12Pink Floyd
The Final Cut

This was a definite step down from The Wall, but following that album up would have been near impossible. With that being said, it still blows their first 5 albums out of the water.
13Pink Floyd
A Momentary Lapse of Reason

Fuck you, this is my favorite Pink Floyd album.
14Pink Floyd
The Division Bell

Don’t know what it is about this album, but I kinda dig it. Reminds me of their late 70’s material, just with better production. A decent record to end a career on.
15Pink Floyd
The Endless River

A bad record to end a career on.
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