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Old 08-15-2019, 03:27 AM
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Originally Posted by Walken After Midnight View Post
Really? I would have thought more Pink Floyd fans preferred the first post-Waters Pink Floyd album, A Momentary Lapse of Reason, to the last album pre-Waters' exit, The Final Cut, which was essentially a Roger Waters solo album. A Momentary Lapse of Reason was a fairly mixed album, but it did have a few brilliant moments. I'm not sure The Final Cut had any.
Weird. The Final Cut remains one of my favourite albums, above Dark Side. A Momentary Lapse of Reason one of my least favourite, basically a David Gilmour solo album (someone who's not very productive). And its the opinion of most of the PF fans I know.

The lack of just David Gilmour did make The Division Bell a much better one. Almost a Floyd tribute act, made with contributions from Floyd fans.

Let's face it Animals, Wish You Were Here and The Wall were pretty much Roger Water's solo albums.

Final Cut brilliant moments? Southampton dock? The gunners dream? Paranoid eyes? Two suns in the sunset has dated though.

AMLOR? A bunch of Floyd B sides with lyrics written by a child? Some stuff on a boat for about five minutes? Learning to fly?