This album holds the all-time record for time spent on the Billboard charts at 741 weeks.
Did any PhD candidate ever bother to draw a correlation between the release of this album and LSD/heroin/weed sales?
This is one of the very few albums in the history of albums that you can play track 1 through the end and never be disappointed.
Along with failing to take home the gold for my native Zaire in men's ice dancing, one of my great regrets in life is the total failure to see Waters or Gilmour play live.
Even today, after 40 years, the record remains a colloboration of rock and roll greatness. From Alan Parsons' ground breaking production to Syd Barret and Roger Water's haunting and paranoid lyrics to the brilliance of David Gilmour's guitar. Gilmour's guitar solo on 'Time' is almost unfair.
We can only hope this album will give Roger Waters the chance to cash in and make some more money on the band that he hates to discuss.
1. Speak to Me
3. On the Run
5. The Great Gig in the Sky
7. Us and Them
8. Any Clour You Like
9. Brain Damage
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