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00:00 Intro
00:34 Prologue
01:43 The Piper At The Gates of Dawn
02:55 A Saucerful of Secrets
05:36 More
06:36 Ummagumma
08:15 Atom Heart Mother
09:43 Meddle
12:13 Obscured by Clouds
12:53 The Dark Side of The Moon
16:46 Wish You Were Here
19:52 Animals
21:59 The Wall
28:58 The Final Cut
31:07 A Momentary Lapse of Reason
35:27 The Division Bell
37:54 Hiatus
38:57 The Endless River
40:58 Conclusion




27 Mar 2023




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Son of Mr. Green Genes
David Gilmour rapping is one of the most cursed things I have ever had to picture in my head.
Elías MG
Elías MG 18 gün önce
It's in the same alternate universe where Adam Levine raps as well
guerillabedlam1 Yıl önce
He would have bodied One Slip if he rapped it and you know it
The Robot Devil
The Robot Devil Yıl önce
It might even be worse than Geddy Lee rapping in Rush's "Roll the Bones"
Cynthia Moraes
Cynthia Moraes Yıl önce
Waters kinda raps in "The Happiest Days Of Our Lives"
Yoon Park
Yoon Park Yıl önce
@Tskmaster I honestly prefer that version to Dogs tbh. It’s much more evil sounding
Lardo Yek
Lardo Yek Yıl önce
To think Pink Floyd’s name is the “The Megadeaths” in another timeline is insane.
max k
max k 21 saatler önce
enjoy your 1k likes
Garmen Aylar önce
@L. Pietrobon you’re right, it didn’t fit them, it’s almost like they changed it
Matt & Max
Matt & Max Aylar önce
or sigma 6
MetalVoiceGuy 7 aylar önce
In another timeline pink floyd is a thrash band
Sinistrality 8 aylar önce
Holy wars is instead a 26 minute 6 part slow blues sonical epic.
Tyler Hackner
Tyler Hackner Yıl önce
Their album run from 1973-1979 is legendary
EverydayAverager 8 gün önce
@Haut Strange everything from piper to final cut and leaving out AMLOR and TDB.. mind telling me what thats about?
Haut Strange
Haut Strange 20 gün önce
@EverydayAverager lol what are you talking about? I never discredited TDB.
EverydayAverager 20 gün önce
@Haut Strange nah this tells me you're too much of a *roger fan, cos only they will deny the impact of tdb
Haut Strange
Haut Strange 2 aylar önce
Maybe I’m too much of a fan but I love everything from Piper to Final Cut.
T B 8 aylar önce
truly unmatched
Fgurs Yıl önce
i know this is part of the whole sentiment of DDD, but i want to point out how much i appreciate this format for existing with the intention of the audience not knowing anything about the band in question. especially with a band as ubiquitous as pink floyd for example, it's embarrassing to be someone interested in music but to have peers find out that you yes indeed in fact have never intentionally listened to a single song from them. so dope to have fun engaging ways to get interested in music but without the snobbery (especially the snobbery i see from rock bros)
Bea Thoven
Bea Thoven 4 aylar önce
Just want to say that "More" and "Obscured by Clouds" are underrated
Fields 5 aylar önce
agreed! as a new fan of Pink Floyd, i appreciate how i wasn't expected to know anything about the band prior to watching the video
Tesseract King
Tesseract King Yıl önce
YES THIS THANK YOU. Mic is one of the few music channels I can get really invested in because I never feel like I'm being condescended to because of my very spotty musical experience.
xeilian Yıl önce
i'm honest: after years of denying, i finally accepted the truth that 'dark side of the moon' is their best album. wywh and animals are fantastic albums, but jesus. the opener which introduces the sounds of the following album? probably my favourite pink floyd song time? the gorgous screaming on great gig in the sky? hell, i even love on the run. and then the fantastic flow of the last four tracks, including the perfect closer eclipse? i don't care. dsotm is pure perfection in a way only few albums are.
max k
max k 21 saatler önce
the wall solos any
Bernardo Carneiro
Bernardo Carneiro 14 gün önce
Animals is,indeed,their best album. DSOTM is great,but Animals is better
Adam Aylar önce
Perfectly stated! I used to be conflicted too but then Dark Side would come on and all debate stopped 🌈
James Carlisle
James Carlisle Yıl önce
​@CursxR ambition alone doesn't make something great. but it just so happens that Wish You Were Here and Animals are more enjoyable in my opinion, in large part because there's more risks on those albums that pay off
CursxR Yıl önce
@James Carlisle ambitious and visual doesn’t create a good album enjoy the simple things
Thomas Nelson
Thomas Nelson Yıl önce
"As a guitarist and musician, David Gilmour is great. As a lyricist, he is" LMFAO
grrg grrg
grrg grrg Yıl önce
"we live in a society" *8 minute guitar solo*
LittleBreadLive 2 aylar önce
joão have you listened to animals?
commenter888 3 aylar önce
joão You must be fun at parties.
Esquivel Paulin Jordi Mariano TDK
Stone 🗿
Frag 7 aylar önce
How original😂
fruitchewx1 7 aylar önce
Isn't that just thrash metal
Tyler Frey
Tyler Frey Yıl önce
Obscured by clouds: -childhood’s end -burning bridges -mudmen -the gold it’s in the... All great tracks
Steve Dickson
Steve Dickson 2 aylar önce
Any sapient discographer would cite the incredibly short schedule. DSOM is something they'd been touring for years by the time the album shipped. OBC was a month til the film was in the can.
Bruh 9 aylar önce
@Torsten Pearson I couldn’t agree more about mudmen. Definitely my favorite Gilmour solo and the entire song is just a trip. I’m glad I stumbled upon this absolute sleeper of an album
johonny desain
johonny desain 10 aylar önce
It's the album that sounds the most like DSOTM for people that claim they never captured that sound again. It's one of their best because as the narrator says they were working on the more popular album at the time.
Torsten Pearson
Torsten Pearson Yıl önce
I knew I couldn’t be the only one. OBC is another clear step in their growth and progress from Piper to Dark Side. I think it’s fair that it’s not held in as high regard as AHM or Meddle, but IMO it’s still a solid yet underrated Floyd product and contains more engaging and listenable music than some earlier albums. Personally, the similar themes and musical parallels between “Burning Bridges” and “Mudmen” is one of the coolest things I’ve ever heard. Mudmen alone contains one of the most intense, tragic, and emotional solos I’ve ever heard from Gilmour. Bookend those two with “Obscured By Clouds” and “Childhood’s End”, you get a lost album concept I wish they could revisit. These particular four, as I mentioned before, are another telling hint at what their sound would become on DSotM. You can hear in some of the song structure, audio effects, etc. certainly not as surgically precise as Dark Side and beyond, but it is progress all its own. The rest of the album is a little more throwaway for me but “Wots… Uh the Deal” is my favorite of their non-heavy big-brain-concept songs. TLDR; Obscured By Clouds is grossly underrated and IMO the missing link between AHM, Meddle, and DSotM, and 10/10 recommend getting to know it better. Totally worth it.
Funny little dude
@Antoni Leśniewski one, two, free four
Olav Alexander Rød
The wall was one of the first LPs I bought. For over a year, I only listened to the first side, because I was too scared to continue. And that was not because of someone telling me that the album is heavy an all that, it was just the music and me. But, one day, I had just got rejected by this girl that I liked (A LOT), and I was feeling really down, so I just put it on. Listened through the whole thing, while reading the lyrics on the inner sleeves. When I finished, I went to bed, completely quiet. The next day I did the same thing. The day after that, I turned off the lights in my room, and turned the volume up. No reading this time. I just closed my eyes, and listened to the whole album. And btw, about me feeling (really) down, well the album did not help… it kind of did the opposite... :/. I could relate to a lot from that album, so it was like someone just singing my feelings. Now, I’ve listened to it so many times, that I can not count. It’s one of my most favourite albums… ever. It speaks to me, and it defines my hardest period (yet) in my life. Btw, I like to say thank you to my best friend for helping me at that time. (Sorry for the bad (or okay, I don’t know) English. Hope you understood everything I wrote. Also, thank you for reading!)
f4gsforpele 3 gün önce
I love how non native English speakers always put “sorry for my bad English” as if their comment isn’t far better written and more eloquent than any comments written by a native English speaker 😭
Olav Alexander Rød
Olav Alexander Rød 8 aylar önce
@N N hang in there! Always look on the bright side of life, and Don’t worry, be happy! Good luck :). I will check it out very soon! Thank you for the music tip, I love it! Nine inch nails are so cool!
N N 8 aylar önce
Yo man I know this is from almost a year ago but i jus wanted to say that the same thing recently happened to me and reading this helped me feel a bit better, also for me the album I listened to afterwards was the downward spiral by nine inch nails, highly recommend if you have the time to check it out
jimmyjambhere 12 gün önce
It’s so crazy that they didn’t professionally record any of their concerts from their peak 1973-1977. I still hope that one day we’ll get a full blu ray show from the 1970’s. I just know Waters has something somewhere lol
Meteor Cubing
Meteor Cubing Yıl önce
Hot take: Animals is their best album. The Wall is a 10 but Animals is on another level.
BingeWatchFanatix Aylar önce
That’s not a hot take that’s a scolding take.
WHAT SMADA 9 aylar önce
Lynn Hoffman
Lynn Hoffman Yıl önce
My favorite! 👍🏼
Progrockdude Yıl önce
For clarification, the track at 4:56 is actually called "Jugband Blues" rather than "Jughead Blues" And I think Domine in "Astronomy Domine" is pronounced "Dah-min-ay" according to the band members talking about the song, if I'm not mistaken.
Demented Avenger
Demented Avenger 2 aylar önce
@James Hamilton In Latin, that's "DO-mi-neh," short E at the end.
Ton De wit
Ton De wit 6 aylar önce
Yes....it's dominee
crispy 7 aylar önce
@James Hamilton 🤓
Kevy Yıl önce
@piperathegates2112 I took calling Let There Be More Light a three part song as referencing the fact that there are three pretty distinctly different sections in the song: the intro bass riff, the main part with vocals, and the extended jam at the end. It’s not officially split as such, but it’s absolutely reminiscent of later songs where they’d label the individual sections.
And I believe he referred to Astronomy Domine as an instrumental, when it has lyrics. Also, he mentioned Let There Be More Light as a 3 part track, which it isn’t. And I get this is just a quick run through of the history of the band, but there was not even a mention of Bob Klose, or how Syd actually came up with the name Pink Floyd.
Grasshōpper. Yıl önce
Some people says “Shine on You, Crazy Diamond” is Pink Floyd masterpiece but some people disagree and says “Dogs” is their masterpiece. But deep down we all know the best Pink Floyd song... Several Species of Small Furry Animals Gathered Together in a Cave and Grooving with a Pic.
Joaquin Lezcano
Joaquin Lezcano 18 gün önce
​@Coldguto hey, that song is good
EverydayAverager 20 gün önce
Shine on... its shine on.
Average Alobama Enjoyer
I think you misspelled Alan’s psychedelic breakfast.
John Traun
John Traun 7 aylar önce
for some reason the song sheep always hit me with everything it had with the chaos and uniqueness in the song along with the ending guitar solo made it my favorite jokes aside
Hanna Möbs
Hanna Möbs Yıl önce
In Germany, there's a Radio station that each year does a "Hitparade", where listeners can vote for their top 5 songs of all time. They then play the 1001 most voted songs, over one week, 24 hours a day. Since it's a station that mainly ~35 to 60 year olds listen to, it's a lot of classic rock, and the most important thing is that they always play the full length songs, never the radio version. So it's always super nice when some Pink Floyd comes on and you just know that there'll be no talking for the next 15 mins and you can blast Echoes in your car ^^ It's one of my favourite events of the year.
Benci Yıl önce
the idea is fantastic, like incredibly cool, I wish I had a radio station that does that too. knowing that 90% of people would vote for classic boomer rock that you would hear on the radio everyday anyways, eh not quite as fantastic
jupiter75100 Yıl önce
@Scrooge042 one of the rare moments I feel connected to Dutch culture. Love the top2000
Scrooge042 Yıl önce
Dutch radio channel Radio 2 does a similar annual thing to close out the year, Top 2000. Listeners send in a personal top 35 and they run the top 2000 voted in reverse order between Christmas Day and New Years Eve, culminating in the number 1 song playing right before the midnight countdown. It started in '99 with the intention to do it once to cap off the millennium, but it proved so popular they kept on doing it. It's a bit too much of a media circus surrounding it nowadays but the list itself is still fun to listen to. The voter base is reasonally diverse but there's a definite slant towards 60/70/80 classic rock, probably the result of the radio-listening audience being on the older side compared to streaming and such. Most represented in the list are of course the Beatles with 30 songs in last year's edition but Pink Floyd isn't doing to badly either with 12, with "Wish You Were Here" consistently their highest ranking, always ending up in the top 10. "Comfortably Numb" and "Shine On You Crazy Diamond" also faring consistently well in the top 30 (and all three rank higher than the Beatles highest-ranked song, "Let it Be". Notably, none of Pink Floyd's songs that make the list usually rank below 1000, all are in the top half. So the songs of theirs that get votes, seem to do so quite massively
Brian Bouder
Brian Bouder Yıl önce
93.3 WMMR (Philadelphia, PA) does something similar in early September each year. The Back to School A to Z features nearly 2 weeks worth of tracks in alphabetical order, everything from Johnny Cash to Slayer. Hearing Shine on You Crazy Diamond on the radio is something I look forward to every year.
acerjuglans Yıl önce
Echoes 🧡
The Beat Goes Round
David Gilmore and Rick Wrights performance of Echoes at Gdańsk is fantastic.
5jerry1 Yıl önce
@The Beat Goes Round ~ Why would you want to be wrong? Willful ignorance really nonplusses me.
The Beat Goes Round
@5jerry1 Imagine actually correcting peoples spelling on the internet. What a child.
5jerry1 Yıl önce
~ It's Gilmour, not "Gilmore." Christ people, learn to spell.
Leo Chang
Leo Chang 3 aylar önce
I can't disagree more about the division bell, High Hopes never failed to make me cry nostalgic tears
Federico Scalise
Federico Scalise Yıl önce
i think The Piper At The Gates Of Dawn is top 3 in their discography and is one of their most influential and futuristic albums, soo underrated
MadMaxBS Yıl önce
it gets severely overlooked but as a psychedelic rock album, it is seriously one of the best. i'm a huge nerd for the 60s psych era and i was blown away first hearing it after only knowing about their later stuff. a legendary record in its own right, and i'd even say better than sgt pepper as far as 60s psych goes.
tawattwaffle0420 Yıl önce
In no order piper at the gates of dawn, animals, and dark side of the moon. The wall is so overplayed, which sucks because some tracks do slap. However when I worked in a lab that had the music locked on satellite classic rock I heard then every day.
Chandler Runyon
Chandler Runyon Yıl önce
Meddle is the most underrated album of all-time, and probably my 3rd favorite Pink Floyd record, only following Wish You Were Here and Dark Side of the Moon...which are probably my two favorite albums, of all-time. I wish it got half the hype that The Wall gets.
Kathi Murray
Kathi Murray Yıl önce
"Echoes" is a masterpiece!
Pierrot Le Fou💕🖤
Atom Heart Mother is the most underrated in my opion
Yash Solanki
Yash Solanki Yıl önce
Dark Side of the Moon was on the UK charts for 17 straight years. I think that makes it very clear how influential it was.
Bea Thoven
Bea Thoven 4 aylar önce
It dropped out of top 200 only because CDs don't wear out like LPs and cassettes so people didn't have to buy a replacement
Daergar 7 aylar önce
It also holds the record for longest time spent on the Billboard Top 200, and after a rules change to allow for older albums to be on the list, reappeared in 2009 to continue adding to its record-setting stint on the list
Alice_The_Madd 8 aylar önce
Its still on the charts, I'm not sure where on the charts but it is still there
Gavin Reid
Gavin Reid Yıl önce
The #7 album of all time in the UK. No other Floyd album in the top 60.
John D
John D Yıl önce
That would be a good point except for the fact that Dark Side of the Moon never actually reached number 1 in the UK album charts
Milk is Special
Milk is Special Yıl önce
I just love Be Careful With That Axe Eugene, the atmospheric first half which gets shattered by Waters' scream, and bursts into a much heavier and hard hitting second half. Just an amazing song!
Hiep Pham Bui
Hiep Pham Bui 8 aylar önce
Time is my fav song, but Animals is my fav album. Wish You Were Here is on par and arguably the best Pink Floyd album, in the sense that you felt equal contributions/individual influence from each member of the band to the finished album/product.
James Botha
James Botha Yıl önce
Wish You Were Here is an undying, heartbreaking masterpiece.
J o l l y G r a p e f r u i t
Obscured by Clouds is actually a very good album on it's own, and am interesting listen when considering they were working on Dark Side alongside the album. Childhoods End is the only essential listen on the album, but it sounds like an early prototype of Time.
2v_5r Yıl önce
Wots… Uh The Deal too
Jhardy0786 9 aylar önce
Sid Barrett was a genius it’s a shame what happened to him
RINGER 13 Yıl önce
Oh man I can’t wait to hear you talk about the best album of all time Nostalgia critic’s The Wall. A modern classic
RINGER 13 6 aylar önce
@Phillip Anderson Philip it’s been 7 months I hope you reread my comment.
arkia ツ
arkia ツ 7 aylar önce
@234cheech exactly.. so deep bro
Stephen Nicholas
Stephen Nicholas 9 aylar önce
Wall - sixth form angst. Not great. Nick Mason's band playing pre Dark Side material - brilliant and amazingly danceable, which makes sense given their all night rave background
Red Vynil
Red Vynil 10 aylar önce
@Elusive Grain I never saw or heard of it.
Elusive Grain
Elusive Grain 10 aylar önce
@Red Vynil Basically, TRvidr move reviewer "The Nostalgic Critic" did a review on the movie "version" of the album. To accompany the review, he did a WHOLE musical album that parodies and criticizes the message behind the wall (in a very, VERY poor way).
Electroshock Therapy for the Soul
My favorite albums are the ones just outside their "golden era." 1) Atom Heart Mother. They finally started taking their music seriously, but they still retained a sense of humor and essence of fun. "Summer '68" is one of my favorite Pink Floyd tracks. 2) Meddle. The precursor of their "golden era," but musically, the album is such a odd and twisted groovy mood! 3) A Momentary Lapse of Reason. I don't really have a reason other than I just think it's really beautiful.
Leaforator Yıl önce
When I was doing audio production class in high school, one piece of advice the teacher gave us was to use Dark Side of the Moon to test speakers and PA systems because of it's dynamic range. The whole class jamming to Time is one of my fondest memories of 2012. And yet again, I'm going to recommend a Crowded House DDD. Seriously, they're criminally underappreciated in the US, despite being household names in the Commonwealth.
La Chronique Edgy
La Chronique Edgy 8 aylar önce
Here's a hot take : Since I mostly enjoy albums as compilations of music, not undervaluing the value of emotional storytelling of course, but instead putting the musical aspect up on a pedestal, I immensely prefer Atom Heart Mother to The Wall. Now of course, The Wall has some bangers, and the story it tells is amazing. But a lot of the songs, at least to me, feel kind of like filler, or transition songs being too present, again in my opinion. But AHM gives you just an amazing musical suite which rivals the likes of Echoes, of course not having the same impact, or even the same goal, so this is to be taken with a grain of salt. But honestly, along with the other big three albums from their "sicko period" and Meddle, it is one of my favorite records of Pink Floyd. tldr : i liek cow album hehehe
Joaquin Lezcano
Joaquin Lezcano Aylar önce
That album is pretty good actually. AHM
John Jackson
John Jackson 6 aylar önce
While Piper At the Gates of Dawn comes really close because of its visceral edginess, childhood and rustic whimsy and zaniness mixed with intense far out psychedelic rock, overall I think that Dark Side of the Moon is the most impressive because of its remarkable consistency as an integrated whole combining space rock with the constraints of time, death, insanity, money and war with a multitude of voices expressing the ways in which they try to cope with it. It also operates with a diverse range of musical styles from gospel in Great Gig in the Sky and Eclipse, to jazz and blues while featuring melodic and dynamic rock guitar solos on Time and Money. The inclusion of sound effects also evokes the events of daily life from the mad cap laughs hearkening back to the name of Syd Barrett's solo album, to the ticking of the clocks setting off alarms, to the heart beats while running foreshadowing the line and you run and you run to catch up with the sun but it's sinking in Time. Not to mention the allusion to Syd Barrett again at the very end, "The sun is in tune but the sun is eclipsed by the moon after singing and when the band your in starts playing different tunes, I'll see you on the Dark Side of the Moon. This is a reference to Syd Barrett untuning his guitar on stage and strumming the same chord over and over again while Pink Floyd tries to play a different song. In my opinion, there is a tendency especially on videos and comments to be contrarian by choosing another Pink Floyd album as their best. I have even seen the comments sections of videos in which Dark Side of the Moon isn't even mentioned as the best one time. Certainly, I think everyone is entitled to their opinion, but this defies the opinions expressed in mass polls on line in which Dark Side of the Moon is routinely picked as the best. The divergence in opinion is really intriguing perhaps it speaks to a deep human need to unseat what is perceived as the impeccable best and the ones most outspoken are more likely to express this in comments. I know this is a feeling I often have myself, but in this case the comparative excellence of Dark Side of the Moon has overcome it. 1. Dark Side of the Moon 2. Piper at the Gates of Dawn 3. Meddle 4. Wish You Were Here 5. The Wall 6. Saucerful of Secrets 7. Atom Heart Mother 8. Animals 9. Obscured by Clouds 10. Umma Gumma 11. Division Bell 12. A Momentary Lapse of Reason 13. Final Cut 14. Endless River 15. More
A Well-Mannered White Family
Dark Side of the Moon had so much staying power that it stayed on Billboard's Top 200 chart of weekly album sales for a combined total of over 18 _years._
LBAW Yıl önce
A funny thing about The Wall tour was that the tour was so expensive, the band ended up losing money. But since they had hired Richard Wright as a touring musician after leaving the band, he was the only one to actually make money on it.
Esquivel Paulin Jordi Mariano TDK
That makes me very happy! At least the best Pink Floyd member got the best out of that piece of shit album.
The Largest Collection of Music From Japan on Here
Another thing I love is how they wrote Young Lust to epitomize an AOR radio single....which is what it then actually became.
rhubarb dude
rhubarb dude Yıl önce
The chad Richard Wright
Michael Vessel
Michael Vessel Yıl önce
I guess that tour was a bit of an expensive disaster in some respects. Because of how huge the show was they could only do it in a few select cities, and nobody really made any money back from it except for, like you said, Richard Wright.
Lunar does everything
Lunar does everything 9 aylar önce
A lot of people say dark side is their most mediocre when it comes to their over albums, but dude… The transition from time to the great gig in the sky nearly makes me cry every time.
Gmvde 6 aylar önce
I love Ummagumma. Yes, you can throw away the second disc immediately after buying. And yes, the first disc is all covers of their own material. But they do those songs so exceptionally well. I prefer at least three of the four to the original version (Astronomy Domine is hard to top). Great episode!
Razgriz Blaze
Razgriz Blaze 8 aylar önce
I can't believe you slept so hard on Obscured by Clouds. Burning Bridges, Mudmen, Childhoods End is possibly their single most underrated song imo.... I honestly like this album more than the Meddle A side, and that's saying a lot. By far their most underrated album, no question.
Maria Ferrari
Maria Ferrari Aylar önce
See Emily Play will be forever my favorite Pink Floyd’s track on Syd Barett era ❤
marsouinrirou Yıl önce
The second solo of Comfortably Numb in the Pulse concert is probably one of my favorite music moments ever. Such a gorgeous solo, and another great video from you !
Steven Walk
Steven Walk Yıl önce
I saw the original Wall tour in 1980. Gilmore performed the second Comfortably Numb solo from on top of the wall being fabricated during the show. He stretched that solo out and really wailed, it was full of a power and emotion that I did not really expect. That solo was the singularly most amazing human made thing I have ever seen.
drakesleftnut Yıl önce
Kanye didn’t drop but mic the snare did
drakesleftnut 2 aylar önce
@MarcLeAndré well duh 💀
MarcLeAndré 2 aylar önce
Aged horribly wrong (especially about Kanye)
Spencer Williams
Spencer Williams 2 aylar önce
Aged like milk
commenter888 3 aylar önce
@Đile Đutur L Drake fan
newbNluck 3 aylar önce
Nico Ross
Nico Ross Yıl önce
I honestly think The Walk is the greatest album of all time.. it takes you through an emotional journey.. absolute masterpiece
Peter Holley
Peter Holley Yıl önce
“Coming back to life” on the Division Bell is one of the most beautiful pieces of music I’ve ever heard
luc1D 1337
luc1D 1337 Yıl önce
your pronounciation of "shine on you crazy diamond" changed my entire picture of that song
The Yıl önce
Don’t tell him, but obscured by clouds is my personal favorite just because of the song mudmen. Such a great and underrated song
Cookie Aylar önce
The Wall is my favourite , it's a mixture of trippy music and great songs. I love the entire album , it's long but well worth the listen from start to finish.
James Carlisle
James Carlisle Yıl önce
I think Animals is a more “garsh, we really do be living in a society tho” album than The Wall
Movie Man
Movie Man 6 aylar önce
Oh yeah definitely. The Wall gets a reputation for being society core but really that kinda stuff makes up like a fifth of the album and is way over represented by people (including the filmmakers of The Wall movie)
Project 8 aylar önce
@Elías MG based reply
Elías MG
Elías MG Yıl önce
@James Carlisle sit down, have a cigar
IH Yıl önce
@ᵗʰᵉNight★Star sorry that we're making jokes about your gods ig
goldSocks 4 aylar önce
The wall was my first experience to Pink Floyd in the form of a lightshow that went with the music, also the first time i heard metallica ever, Enter Sandman and One hit different like that
MJR Yıl önce
The Gilmore solo on comfortably numb is a major highlight of my adolescence. Like seeing Star Wars for the first time.
aaron avidon
aaron avidon Aylar önce
Funny enough that stretch of tracks on The Wall from Empty Spaces to Bring the Boys Back Home is my favorite part of the album; idk why but the three track run that starts Side 2 from Hey You to Nobody Home I’ve always found perfect. Great video as always Michael
Sejr Andersen
Sejr Andersen Yıl önce
This is an awesome video! You’re done a fantastic job at editing and speaking over it and going in depths! It was very enjoyable❤️
Elo Yıl önce
I've recently dived in Sparks discography, an american pop band and who will soon have released a documentary about them directed by the renowed Edgar Wright, and I think you'll enjoy their diversity in terms of pop music. Also great vid
Elo Yıl önce
@Joaquin Lezcano Of course, but not the only one
Joaquin Lezcano
Joaquin Lezcano Yıl önce
Kimono my house. A masterpiece
Yoon Park
Yoon Park Yıl önce
Hehe they own the BBC
Mr. Skerpentine
Mr. Skerpentine Yıl önce
Mad respect for avoiding the obvious Doug Walker joke during The Wall, and instead hitting us with the double Tommy Wiseau & Zelda CD-I comparisons that nearly made me CHOKE from the giggles they produced
Gabriela Borges
Gabriela Borges 8 aylar önce
@Declan B. no ones pressed. We are laughting at doug
Declan B.
Declan B. Yıl önce
@Vinny Reed 100% lmaooo- people still getting pressed about a bad parody album by the *nostalgia critic* is still the funniest thing.
Vinny Reed
Vinny Reed Yıl önce
@Declan B. dudes sounding more cringe than Doug lol
Declan B.
Declan B. Yıl önce
@ᵗʰᵉNight★Star why are you still pressed about nc's wall? it's been 2 years, let it go lol
Vinny Reed
Vinny Reed Yıl önce
@ᵗʰᵉNight★Star did Christine Chan ever make a video about Zeppelin 4 though?
Aa Mm
Aa Mm Yıl önce
those roger waters the wall concerts/shows/operas/however you want to call them are *amazing* ...i've let a tear loose several times throughout the thing, not ashamed to admit it
Joe Costigan
Joe Costigan Yıl önce
I will say I really love Obscured by Clouds. It’s a great showcase of the Pink Floyd’s musical abilities.
John Lindsay
John Lindsay Yıl önce
I know this isn’t popular opinion but after 35 years of listening to Floyd if I’m going to put on one of their albums these days it’s either going to be The Final Cut or Roger Waters Pros and Cons of Hitchhiking. That is an amazing album and a must hear for any Punk Floyd fan. It is Roger Waters with some of his most intamit writing. And instead of having David Gilmor on guitar he is paired with Eric Clapton. I can’t express enough how good this album is. Both of them in fact. Give them a listen. And they’re timeless. They could have been released yesterday and they wouldn’t sound out of place. Even the dope sax solo to end The Final Cut. I love it.
dość wolny
dość wolny Yıl önce
I love the final cut too, but Animals is Punk Floyd
Gabrielle Foxman's Style
My favourite song from Pink Floyd is "Poles Apart". Idk, it just makes me feel so nostalgic and melancholic. I guess it's because it reminds me to a friend of mine, we choosed different paths, we left each other, and now we are poles apart
IH Yıl önce
Ohhh yeah, that's a great one. The entire album it comes from has that tone I'd say
Matt LeDonne
Matt LeDonne Yıl önce
Love that song!
ezreth Yıl önce
How the hell can you bring up Obscured by Clouds without talking about Childhood's End, the spiritual predecessor to Time, one of the greatest songs ever written. And on the Division Bell, Wearing the Inside Out shows up right smack in the middle of the album to tell the heart wrenching, then heartwarming story of Rick's suffering after leaving the band, and David coming back into his life and using his words (the centerpiece of the concept) to bring him up out of the dark; it also fittingly features the first time Rick has sang a lead vocal since "the time is gone, the song is over ~thought id something more to say~"
Geoffrey Heckroodt
Funny how you said The Wall shouldn't be the first album a person should listen to, because it was actually my first Pink Floyd album I ever owned. Still one of my favourites. The film is also damn amazing.
Daergar 7 aylar önce
The Wall was my first Pink Floyd album, and it actually took several listens of DSOTM before I got into it and started diving deep into the band
C Delgado
C Delgado 11 aylar önce
Same however I prefered dark side
First Person Plural
same, my first album and still their best in my opinion
Mj F
Mj F Yıl önce
certainly "Another Brick pt2" was my introduction (late 80's mtv) but the first album of theirs I sat down and listened to was "Wish You Were Here" (late 90's joint and dad's records)
max k
max k Yıl önce
it was the first album i ever heard period and it's still my favourite to this day
James Yıl önce
I would love for you to do a My Bloody Valentine deep dive simply because of how weird their discography is to categorize. Their pre-Creation Records stuff still isn't on streaming and it was all released through EPs and mini-albums. Hell, even on Creation Records they still put a lot of top-notch stuff on EPs but not the albums. In that case would the compilations "Ecstasy and Wine" and "EP's 1988-91 and Rare Tracks" count as albums? See I'm already confused. Either way you're gonna have to include all the EP's they did.
Eric Adams
Eric Adams 10 aylar önce
Live performances of songs from Obscured By Clouds are AMAZING. The added solo to Childhood's End is a chef's kiss performance... With some hints of that Animal's aggression
Laura Fabrini
Laura Fabrini Yıl önce
those first notes in shine on you crazy diamond always make me wanna cry
Lindsay W
Lindsay W Yıl önce
When I was younger, The Wall movie was on TV and my dad (who is a huge Pink Floyd fan) had me watch it with him. It was such a heavy film and the imagery was sometimes so disturbing that I couldn't sleep at all that night and it stuck with me for days afterward. It's now one of my favorite albums lmao I still haven't been able to watch the movie again though.
Tegan Davidson
Tegan Davidson Yıl önce
Comfortably Numb is my all time favourite Pink Floyd song. I don’t know what it is, but it’s just perfect.
Sean Ellis
Sean Ellis Yıl önce
Fun fact: if any of you don’t know the School of Rock program, it’s basically a place that gives music lessons to kids and puts them in a band to do concerts of covers. As a rule, whenever a new School of Rock location opens, the first show they do is The Wall. I’ve played it twice, and it’s great
SweeetJane Yıl önce
I got to do a Pink Floyd show with them as my final program. I had a lot of fun with it! It wasn't perfect, but just getting to play the music of your idols is pretty damn awesome
Sean Ellis
Sean Ellis Yıl önce
@Beckland A. I’m from Philly, I went to SoR Newtown 😁
Beckland A.
Beckland A. Yıl önce
@rajavlitra yeah, they’re all over too. don’t know where this commenter is from, but i’m from chicago and there’s a bunch in and around the city. i’ve heard some relatively harsh criticisms as to how the program is run from friends and bandmates who were SOR kids, but as Mic would say, more kids getting into music and getting to play live music is a good thing either way.
rajavlitra Yıl önce
Wait, it's a real thing? It's not just a movie?
Piek Whetsel
Piek Whetsel Yıl önce
That sounds interesting and cool. Good stuff
Vasco Apolonio
Vasco Apolonio Yıl önce
Final Cut it's the most loveable, self-pittyble and heartt-breaking Album for me.
dość wolny
dość wolny Yıl önce
Yeah I feel it too.
jose Ureste
jose Ureste Yıl önce
I can’t get thru it at all.
Pink Floyd really are something special and there really is no one else like them. January last year, I got into Pink Floyd and I still love their music and the history behind the band. Thank you for this video, it was extremely entertaining and informative too.
Sol Sussman
Sol Sussman Yıl önce
Although they aren't my absolute favorite bands anymore, they are one of the bands that got me into music. The run they had from Dark side of the moon, all the way to The Wall are some of the greatest albums ever made in my opinion.
Ben Ketteridge
Ben Ketteridge Yıl önce
Shine on You Crazy Diamond gives me shivers every time ... that opening chiming four note motif!
CJRiceball Yıl önce
I started listening to Pink Floyd when I was in middle school and the ambient portion of Echoes genuinely frightened me. It made me feel like I was in a dark, barren forest surrounded by fog and unknown, predatory birds.
The VFX Man: Colorization, VFX Experiments
I'd love to see a Led Zeppelin Deep Discog Dive next
Joaquin Lezcano
Joaquin Lezcano 18 gün önce
​@The Raging Platypus of all the stuff you have to prove your point and you choose that specific case where they were innocent? If you think that riff determine the entire sing you are wrong. And that's why make the song great. If they placed that riff throughout the whole song, I'd understand you.
The VFX Man: Colorization, VFX Experiments
@The Raging Platypus I suppose that one was a coincidence and the band were naive in their plagirism
The Raging Platypus
The Raging Platypus 8 aylar önce
@The VFX Man: Colorization, VFX Experiments Is it borrowing or stealing from Spirit's Torus? Just a coincidence that they actually opened for Zeppelin?
The VFX Man: Colorization, VFX Experiments
@The Raging Platypus I've reassessed my opinion on the band in recent days. They stole a lot of their songs from old Blues artists without giving proper credit, participated in some questionable behaviour at the height of their fame (see JImmy Page and Lori Mattix) , and their last few albums (Physical Graffiti-In Through The Out Door were hit and miss in terms of quality
The Raging Platypus
The Raging Platypus 8 aylar önce
I know it's Rock n Roll sacrilege but I find Led Zeppelin pretty...meh. I consider them the most overrated band of all time and Robert Plant's voice is grating.
shroomshady 26 gün önce
Everything Pink Floyd made from "The Piper at the Gates of Dawn", "The Wall" and everything in between, it's all incredible. Even the soundtrack LPs like "More" and especially "Obscured by Clouds" are excellent albums that never get the credit they deserve. After "The Wall", Pink Floyd ceased to be Pink Floyd. The Final Cut is 100% a Waters solo LP with Gilmour and Mason helping out on it (Richard left the band after "The Wall Tour", actually sometime before that, but he insisted that he would stay and finish the tour). So, I don't consider anything from "The Final Cut", or anything after it to be a "Pink Floyd" album. EVERYTHING after that, all the "Pink Floyd" albums without Roger are just David Gilmour solo records with Wright and Mason, and sound SUPER 80s. They're all good albums, just compared to Piper, The Wall and every single thing in between, they just don't sound like Pink Floyd anymore, and they're not. I don't even really find myself listening to "The Final Cut" very often, 'cause it makes me sad. It's like listening to the death of my favourite band. Their first genuine masterpiece was the album "Meddle", that's when they figured everything out. Exactly who they were doing, who they were and what the band was and should be. Echoes, I mean holy shit, and the the songs on the A-Side of Meddle are all fantastic. So from "Meddle" to "The Wall" is "Pink Floyd in their prime". Those are the albums I'd recommend to anyone who's not very familiar with Pink Floyd, though everything before Meddle is amazing IMO. Especially "Atom Heart Mother", that's one of my favorite Floyd albums ever. "A Saucerful of Secrets", yet another all-time favourite, "More" gets overlooked far more than it should, and "Piper" was the start of it all, and is brilliant as well, just very different from anything Floyd would do after that without Syd. Everything after "The Wall " is either a Waters solo album, or a Gilmour solo album. None of them come close to anything Pink Floyd made in their prime. You need all four members for Pink Floyd to be Pink Floyd, it's not always that way with bands, but that's how it is with them. Of course, I'm aware of Syd's early departure, but they were able to survive losing their frontman and move forward, ultimately becoming the greatest band of all-time. I don't think everything after "The Wall" is garbage, because it isn't at all. It's incredible music, but it's not PINK FLOYD. They just kept the name and went on with it, and Roger did his thing, and he's still doin' it apparently. -
Libby Ross
Libby Ross 9 aylar önce
these videos really get me interested in listening to artists I'm thinking about trying. This video was the whole reason I got into Pink Floyd.
steve bennett
steve bennett Yıl önce
While the Final Cut was essentially a Waters solo album, Gilmour performed some of his best emotionally moving guitar solos on that album.
abueloraton 9 aylar önce
Ummagumma always impacted me; and now, I consider it to be one of their better albums and probably the most artistic and intellectual album of theirs. I never get tired of listening to Ummagumma. The Final Cut touches me so deeply it almost always makes me cry every time I listen to it and it definitely feels like Pink Floyd to me. Pink Floyd without Watters actually does not feel like Pink Floyd to me.
jimmyjambhere 12 gün önce
I’m so lucky to have seen them on their last tour in Toronto 1994. I never got to see the real PF but it was fucking amazing!!! Easily the best show I’ve ever seen.
nothinghere Yıl önce
I agree that the middle section of The Wall kinda drags, but "Young Lust", "One of My Turns" and "Nobody Home" are bangers imo.
SoYcD 9 aylar önce
@craig hill okay craig
craig hill
craig hill Yıl önce
Btw, a banger is a firework not a description of music
John Fletcher
John Fletcher Yıl önce
The album doesn’t drag at all.
Hats OFF
Hats OFF Yıl önce
Young Lust is easily one of the great bangers since Money (especially the single version IMO with an intro added in, it sounds like you're entering a club with the intro) and Have a Cigar. Nobody Home is really really soothing song, but I kinda think it should end there because Vera is basically just an extension to an already long quiet of section of Disc 2 Side A.
jose Ureste
jose Ureste Yıl önce
@Sakke the trial is heavy as heck
scar Yıl önce
it sucks you hadn't elaborated further on their film scores, imo they were some of the best and most unique work from the band. also they did another small film score for The Committee in 1968. a short film basically about lunacy
Luke Bradford
Luke Bradford Yıl önce
Momentary Lapse onwards are my favourite Floyd albums, although I love all the albums. Division Bell and Endless River (a tribute to Rick Wright) are two of the most beautiful albums I've ever heard. I just love Momentary Lapse, I think mostly because my introduction to Floyd was Delicate Sound of Thunder (the DVD). That and it's just awesome music. My favourite Floyd song (at the moment) is Coming Back to Life and my favourite Floyd album (at the moment) is The Division Bell. Pulse is my second favourite live album of all time, just behind David Gilmour's Live at Pompeii. Floyd themselves are my third favourite band behind Iron Maiden and The Who.
Luke Bradford
Luke Bradford Yıl önce
@dość wolny They definitely have fire. And they're just beautiful.
dość wolny
dość wolny Yıl önce
Either you are young or I don’t understand you. I like those albums too but they have no fire.
Larion Yıl önce
Found it odd that you didn’t give any mention to three of the best guitar solos ever written (Time, Pigs, and Comfortably numb)
davis Yıl önce
these vids are so rewatchable and fun cause of your editing style, appreciate the effort you put into these!
Phillip Fry
Phillip Fry 5 aylar önce
“Childhood’s End” is good listen from Obscured by Clouds. Gilmour’s guitar playing is on point.
Micah Wright
Micah Wright Yıl önce
While I agree that DSOTM is only good, the sequence of Us And Them all the way through Eclipse might be one of the best on any of their albums. It’s a perfect showcase of every band member’s strengths on top of Roger’s immaculate songwriting capabilities. It’s a stellar finish that singlehandedly raises the album to amazing.
Jeremy Bean-Hodges
Pretty sure that Richard Wright and Dave Gilmour did the music writing, Roger was lyrics :)
Adam Aylar önce
Animals puts me in a certain headspace that is indescribable. Not simply good or bad, more like all the above. Anyone else?
Josh's Music Library
Just a small detail at 30:22, "When The Tigers Broke Free" was actually added a bonus track in 2004 to the Final Cut (the song was originally issued as a single to promote the Wall Movie release!) but other than that superb video! The only thing I'd wish you mentioned was the 2 minute jam "More Blues" holding resemblance to Shine On and how "Obscured by Clouds" is a great transition into the *SICKO PERIOD* sharing much of the same production and lyricism and songwriting as Dark Side (the two-part intro and Childhood's End are particular favourites of mine!). Otherwise, this is an impeccable lookback!
reidye Yıl önce
Animals and DSOTM both make my top 10 albums all time. Just fantastic albums.
Spencer Gabriel
Spencer Gabriel Yıl önce
my music taste and the stuff I listen to can and probably will change but I can never see myself changing my opinion that Wish You Were Here is the best album ever recorded
Nyx Queen of Shadows
i have really fond memories of both comfortably numb and (more so) shine on you crazy diamond. crazy diamond is my dad's favourite pink floyd track and he played various sections of it to me as i grew up, plus whenever he listened to it himself it was loud enough that it filtered up the stairs or through my open window. that opening few guitar notes never fails to genuinely set me at ease, and i'll always have a love for that track. we're also on track with predicting ddd recently, with him sending me both a kate bush track (pi) and grantchester meadows (almost purely for the insect noises), so if you're feeling like doing a frank zappa one then we'll be three for three 👍
Throw Away
Throw Away Yıl önce
"Dark Side of the Moon - that extra something isn't there for me." This guy has never dropped acid
CursxR Yıl önce
@Ethaniel Clyne I mean to each his own but I wouldn’t call it intoxication, tripping is more of a meditative experience
CursxR Yıl önce
@Nathan Montgomery not really about that it’s more that you won’t understand the experience
John Cord
John Cord Yıl önce
Animals definitely hits the hardest on psychedelics bro 😂
Phillip Anderson
Phillip Anderson Yıl önce
He lived in Frisco in the 60s so I assume he has.
Bella Krueger
Bella Krueger Yıl önce
or has never just laid in the darkness listening to it all the way through
Eduardo de arcos
Eduardo de arcos 9 aylar önce
Piper at the gates of dawn is my favorite Floyd album. So ahead of it's time and it's the one i go back to the most. I really hope there's unreleased syd/Floyd material from the 66-67 period that comes out one day.
Jagdeep Kaul
Jagdeep Kaul Yıl önce
Mic The Snare - You really did your homework on this, great deep dive! It always interests me that people say SHEEP is their favourite track from Animals, because it's actually my least favourite from the album. My favourite is PIGS, then DOGS and SHEEP last. I generally love all 3 songs, don't get me wrong. However starting with my favourite to least favourite, my list would be 1. Pigs, 2. Dogs. and 3. Sheep last. To me, PIGS is just so cool, it's a happy jolly car-song, or road trip song "Big Man, Pig Man, Chaaaaaaaaraaaade you ARE!" I mean Roger even throws in a "WOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOooooooooooooooooooooooooooo!!!" in the song and he rarely lets his hair down like that, it's a good song with good vibes, i love it.
Tim Kirsten
Tim Kirsten Yıl önce
My favourite PF songs have always been and probably still are Shine On and Sheep
silly goose
silly goose Yıl önce
Imagine if all these years we were listening to The Tea Set instead of Pink Floyd
Skillet McCluskowskie
obscured by clouds is so groovy, not like more at all i think. really worth a listen
София Шаховская
holy shit i was literally just thinking about marathoning the entire pink floyd discography, nice!
Stefan Yıl önce
I'll listen to their albums over and over till the end of time. Are you from Russia, because your name telling me that you are?
Micah Wright
Micah Wright Yıl önce
You don’t do that daily? Are you even a Pink Floyd fan? 😤
Jamie Turley
Jamie Turley Yıl önce
No way same haha
Patryk Walentowicz
This band is part of my life.Many things from their lirycs really happend to me!Of course from 67-72 era-wich is the best...I also met a girl that is my heaven and i WILL be with HER in the eternity!
Karabear Comics
Karabear Comics Yıl önce
There are also the albums I consider honorary Pink Floyd albums: when their solo artists each did an album that felt quite close to the band itself. Of those, the most tenuous is Syd Barrett's (Barrett), because it's one I mainly include to have one of his in the list and overall him going entirely acoustic for his solo stuff does give a quite different sound. But for the other members (well, not Bob Klose, because he was gone before the band even recorded their first proper single and so I don't tend to think of him as a true member), you have Amused to Death (Roger Waters), On an Island (David Gilmour), Broken China (Richard Wright), and Profiles (Nick Mason with Rick Fenn--maybe I think of it as such because Gilmour sings on the album). Of course, each gets at least one album that sounds nothing like Floyd, either (Syd Barrett's The Madcap Laughs, Roger Waters's Ca Ira, David Gilmour's David Gilmour, Richard Wright's Identity as part of the band Zee, and Nick Mason's Fictitious Sports). Closest to remaining consistently Floyd-like in their sound to me is Gilmour. As to my favorite song and favorite album, that's "Comfortably Numb" and The Wall (coincidentally the song comes off the album). Both spoke to me personally when I listened to them in high school, as I was in the midst of a severe depression, and I could fully relate to building a mental wall to separate oneself from the world, and a sort of numbness you feel towards everything that, while destructive, feels better than actually letting anyone or anything in. I wish tearing it down were as simple as in the album, though (you make the decision to tear it down and it crumbles). But because I'm long-winded (I have a degree in English and I love Pink Floyd, so yeah, that makes sense), I figured I may as well break down my favorite song off of every Floyd album: The Piper at the Gates of Dawn - "Bike" A Saucerful of Secrets - "See-Saw" (I know I'm in the minority, but I like what I like) More - "Cymbaline" Ummagumma - "Grantchester Meadows" (though I don't count the live album in this, it should be noted) Atom Heart Mother - "Atom Heart Mother Suite" Meddle - "Echoes" Obscured by Clouds - "Wots... uh the Deal" The Dark Side of the Moon - "Us and Them" Wish You Were Here - "Have a Cigar" Animals - "Pigs (Three Different Ones)" The Wall - "Comfortably Numb" (as mentioned) The Final Cut - "Two Suns in the Sunset" A Momentary Lapse of Reason - "On the Turning Away" The Division Bell - "High Hopes" The Endless River - "Louder Than Words" And the honorary albums, because why not keep going when I'm already posting something too long for anyone to read: Barrett - "Effervescing Elephant" Amused to Death - "What God Wants Part I" On an Island - "Smile" Broken China - "Breakthrough" Profiles - "Lie for a Lie"
Gabriel Omar Almendras Peña
Well the wall was the first floyd album i entirely consumed as a listener and it is my favorite piece of art of all time.
cocoy granada
cocoy granada Yıl önce
David Gilmore's entry after Syd Barret's departure may have SeVolutionized PINK FLOYD. "Saucer-ull Of Secrets" marked the turning point for the band's SuCCeSS!💔
Not gonna lie, despite A Momentary Lapse of Reason being very 80's and cheesy a lot of the time, I do really love it.
Velcr0 Yıl önce
Cocteau twins have a decently sized discography, a good dive for sure!
anonuser7913 Yıl önce
Renata Paiva
Renata Paiva Yıl önce
yess absolutely
Todd Costa Rica
Todd Costa Rica Yıl önce
Awesome video. I grew up listening to pink floyd (I do remember listening to Dark side of the moon for the first time and my dad showing me to follow the heartbeat in the beginning and end). Dark side and Wish you were here are my two favorite albums from them. Keep up the good work! PS I would love to see you do a Beatles DDD... ✌💙
Designed Yıl önce
"See you on the dark side of the moon" has the same energy as "It's up to me now, turn on the bright lights"
Alison Jane
Alison Jane 3 gün önce
Michael S
Michael S Yıl önce
The Wall is the best album to ever exist… period. I loved it so so much.
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