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MONEY

Pink Floyd

 

Psychedelic/Space Rock

3.78 | 82 ratings

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memowakeman
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2 stars Money!

Nobody can deny the importance that an album like Dark Side of the Moon has had in the history of progressive rock, and rock in general. One of the most iconic records ever released, and in my book one of the most especial and greatest ever, an album I know from start to end and an album I truly love for several reasons. But well, I am not reviewing the album itself, but a single taken from it.

Money is also one of the most popular Pink Floyd tracks ever, with an unforgettable bass line, great lyrics, awesome guitar solos that round up a wonderful song. The success of the album goes together with the success of this particular song, which is loved and listened by a high amount of people from all around the globe. That is why a single like this had such a successful moment.

What I also liked was the inclusion of "Any Colour You Like" as the B-side, because that is not that representative of the band, nor the album itself. However it was a very cool decision. Though I love it, I use to rate singles with two stars, because if somebody owns them is because they are fans, so go figure.

Enjoy it!

memowakeman | 2/5 |

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