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|Pink Floyd||Primary Artist|
|Roger Waters||Bass Guitar, Vocals, VCS 3 Synthesizer|
|Lesley Duncan||Background Vocals|
|Doris Troy||Background Vocals|
|Richard Wright||Keyboards, Vocals, VCS 3 Synthesizer|
|David Gilmour||Guitar, Vocals, VCS 3 Synthesizer|
|Barry St. John||Background Vocals|
|Liza Strike||Background Vocals|
|Roger Waters||Composer, Lyricist, Tape Effects|
|Nick Mason||Composer, Tape Effects|
Posted June 5, 2014
BOYCOTT THIS BAND. ROGER WATERS AND NICK MASONS ARE ANTI-SEMITES WHO ARE BOYCOTTING ISRAEL. FIGHT BIGOTRY.
Anyone who sides with Waters and Mason should go live in a Muslim country like Afghanistan or even the Palestinian territories - the darling of Waters' - where Christians are being murdered and churches burned. And Mr. Waters should lead the way. Join the Boyles in Afghanistan, prisoners since they were arrested for the crime of hiking in Afghanistan.
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A classic in every sense of the word. A turning point in rock'n'roll. This album is studied in college classes as the milestone that it is - a bridge spanning psychedelic, electronic, art and other styles of rock. This album broke a lot of ground with its extensive use of synthesizers, yet it was done so that it became more accessible for the more pop-oriented public. Synthesizers were no longer a novelty or a curiosity, this sparked a revolution in music. Also, this album is where Pink Floyd making conceptual ideas in their lyrics. This album is also played in its entirety on the live double-disc set P*U*L*S*E.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.