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Entirely written by Roger Waters, this is the last Pink Floyd album with Waters. It is also one of their most political albums mainly criticising the British role in the Falkland war. Some say this is Roger Waters solo album with the rest of Pink Floyd as a support band, though the great guitar work of Gilmour is certainly adding to the strength of the album. For those who loved the psychedelic work of the early PF this record must… read more



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  • The tags are killing me.
  • Roger Waters is really underrated as a vocalist. His vocal performance on this album is terrific, particularly on the title track and "The Gunner's Dream". His singing is so powerful and moving in here.
  • "The Gunner's Dream" is one of my absolute favorite Pink Floyd songs. It's such a heartbreaking and moving song and the way Roger's voice leaps into that stunning sax solo is just incredible.
  • @hessel-z You're right. I have no idea why this album is so widely reviled.
  • Gilmour > everyone elese.
  • The Division Bell>>>>>>>> The Final Cut>>>>>>> A Momentary Lapse of Reason
  • This is a really good record, why all the hate? Sure, it feels like a Waters solo album but the lyrics on this album are probably among the best ever written in rock history. The only thing it lacks is the proper balance between music and concept which is the thing that made the earlier Floyd albums so damn good but other than that it's a very powerful album and definitely better than the dull and lifeless post-Waters albums.
  • "The Final Cut >>> The Division Bell" YES! "The Final Cut >>> A Momentary Lapse of Reason" NO!
  • The Final Cut >>> A Momentary Lapse Of Reason/Division Bell [8]
  • I love this album for the lyrics.

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