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Studio Album, released in 1973 Songs / Tracks Listing 1. Stereo remastered & Multichannel 5.1 remixed (Das Boot Recording) Numerous reissues most of which use the Das Boot remaster. remastered (Acous Tech)CD Harvest - CDP 7 46001 2 (1984, UK/US/Europe)CD EMI - CDDSOM 20 (1993, Europe) 20th Anniv. A., 1992)SACDh EMI ‎- 582 1362 (2003, Europe) 30th Anniv.

Eclipse ()Total Time: NB - some releases combine tracks 1 & 2 and therefore show only 9 tracks Line-up / Musicians - David Gilmour / guitars, lead vocals (2,4,6,7), VCS3- Richard Wright / keyboards, lead vocals (4,7), VCS3 (8,9) & Synthi A (3,4) synths- Roger Waters / bass, lead vocals (9,10), VCS3, tape effects- Nick Mason / drums, percussion, tape effects With:- Dick Parry / saxophone (6,7)- Clare Torry / lead vocals (5)- Lesley Duncan / backing vocals- Liza Strike / backing vocals- Barry St.

ink Floyd is one of the great enigmas in the culture of classic rock.

They were one of the best representatives of the underground psychedelic London scene of 1967, yet unlike so many other good bands that originated in that era, they were able to successfully evolve into something better and WAY more popular, even after losing their frontman and main creative force after one album.

They were a rock band that did great songs despite melodies that were usually very good but not stellar (and I stand by that), and despite having very few "classic" riffs.

They were a band that regularly engaged in lengthy, "self-indulgent" instrumental noodling, while almost never displaying raw chops on the level of the instrumentalists of the more popular prog rock bands of the day.

They were one of the most technophilian bands I've ever heard in my life, relying on sound effects like mad and featuring all kinds of processed keyboard and guitar noises, yet it is extremely rare to find somebody nowadays who considers a classic Pink Floyd album "artificial" sounding.

Their greatest commercial successes were with a concept album that shoved classic rock and smooth jazz styles into a prog rock format, a tribute album to their original frontman (whose main feature is a 25-minute synth-based art-rock suite, split in two), and a double-length rock opera released after the punk revolution.

This is a band that makes no freaking sense, and I love them for it.

History has done a really strange job of treating the band's legacy, though.

On the one hand, anybody who has ever listened to a classic rock station has had some level of exposure to them.

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