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Sunday, March 25, 2012

PINK FLOYD / P.U.L.S.E. [1995]

While on tour in support of The Division Bell, Pink Floyd recorded their second live album 1995's P.U.L.S.E. which is a little pointless at first glance.
Being a double disc album, the first disc gathers together a boring setlist of mostly newer songs from the cocaine addicted Dave Gilmour days. However it's the second disc that is a pleasant surprise: a live performance of the complete Dark Side Of The Moon album.
In addition to it's fantastic sound, the Floyd sound significantly more enthusiastic than they did on Delicate Sound Of Thunder. Not a perfect album but it's still a keeper for Dark Side alone.

3 Pink Floyd's Ultimate Light Show Experience out of 5

Songs Of Note: Hey You, Money

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