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Saturday, March 17, 2012

PINK FLOYD / Works [1983]

A couple months after the release of what many fans called the last "real" Pink Floyd album The Final Cut, Works a half-assed compilation of Floyd songs was released in 1983.
It's a bit of a piss-poor representation of the band's work between 1967 and 1973. Unlike their previous collection of Great Dance Songs, this is just badly arranged and randomly picked. It's not really a best nor is it obscure. It's like someone shuffled their Pink Floyd MP3 folder and burned whatever came out to disc.
The only real reason to pick this up as a collector, would be the previously unreleased track Embryo and even then it's an utter disappointment.

2 shitty stereo mixes out of 5

Songs Of Note: Fearless; Embryo

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