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Atom Heart Mother is the fourth studio album by Pink Floyd, released in 1970 by Harvest and EMI Records in the United Kingdom and Harvest and Capitol in the United States. It was recorded at Abbey Road Studios, London, England, and reached number 1 in the United Kingdom, and number 55 in the United States charts, and went gold in the U.S. in March 1994. A re-mastered CD was released in 1994 in the UK, and in 1995 in… read more



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  • my favorite album, the atom heart mother song is a masterpiece.
  • I think a lot of people allow themselves to be influenced by the band's opinions on the album, pteronophobic. It's a really good album, though, definitely. The two epics are fascinating and the three shorter songs range from very good ("Fat Old Sun") to fantastic ("If").
  • Easily their most underrated album. I don't understand why it's so widely maligned, I like every song here.
  • J'ai la version de 1994 ^_^
  • Underrated.
  • @Zombienation333 sometimes it's really hard for us listeners to understand how a band feels about their own music. I agree with you, though.
  • How could Gilmoure and Waters say this album is crap? This is one of my favourites without any doubt. This is way better than Wish You Were Here, for example. But that's not difficult.
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  • cool tunes, not their best but still worth it

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