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Ummagumma is a double album by Pink Floyd, released in 1969 by Harvest and EMI in the United Kingdom and Harvest and Capitol in the United States. Side A is a live album of their normal set list of the time, while side B contains individual compositions by each member of the band recorded as a studio album.

The album's title supposedly comes from a Cambridge slang word for sex, commonly used by one of Pink Floyd's friends and occasional… read more



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  • Amazing album. The live version of "Careful With That Axe, Eugene" on here is perhaps my favorite Floyd instrumental, and it's almost ridiculous how much better the live version of "Astronomy Domine" is compared to the studio version, the riffs on here fucking rule. My favorite moment on the studio disc is probably Wright's magnificent piano work on "Sysyphus Pt. 2".
  • Scored a nice copy of this on vinyl last week. Having the album in my hands again after many years reminded me of how awesome the cover art is. My favorite Floyd cover for sure. And the music on the two discs is terrific, too. The live versions slay their studio counterparts.
  • When I first heard this album, I didn't care for it that much, but since I started lisening to a lot of avant-garde and experimental music, I've really come to like it. The live disc is amazing, too.
  • Pink Floyd's best, no question. Saucerful and Piper compete though.
  • Сначала этот альбом показался худшей работой ПФ, а теперь даже нравится.
  • epicmeme speaks the truth.
  • This was one of the first 5 albums I ever bought as a kid. It took a couple years to get into it but now it's my favorite Floyd album.
  • Its funny how people listen to Sysyphus and just dismiss it as a terrible album.
  • this is their best, stop having shit taste
  • Great Cover but one of their worst works ever.

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