11 Songs, 1 Hour 6 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

At the dawn of the Internet Age, personal communication became the touchstone of Pink Floyd's second post-Roger Waters album. With Rick Wright and Nick Mason fully reintegrated into the band, the songs are full of spacious, Floydian textures beneath deeply personal, introspective lyrics. David Gilmour shouts to be heard on “What Do You Want from Me”—one of Floyd’s toughest rockers. On “Keep Talking,” his pleading vocals become nearly drowned out by ominous funk beats and the synthetic voice of Stephen Hawking.

Mastered for iTunes

EDITORS’ NOTES

At the dawn of the Internet Age, personal communication became the touchstone of Pink Floyd's second post-Roger Waters album. With Rick Wright and Nick Mason fully reintegrated into the band, the songs are full of spacious, Floydian textures beneath deeply personal, introspective lyrics. David Gilmour shouts to be heard on “What Do You Want from Me”—one of Floyd’s toughest rockers. On “Keep Talking,” his pleading vocals become nearly drowned out by ominous funk beats and the synthetic voice of Stephen Hawking.

Mastered for iTunes
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Ratings and Reviews

4.7 out of 5
61 Ratings

61 Ratings

JWP BASS ,

Pretty Darn Good

Better than the 'Final Cut'.

Lavender1111 ,

Love David's Music

I saw them live on this tour. Sat in Joe Robbie Stadium singing. Two of my kids were there embarrassed that I was singing. The guy in the row directly in front of me was singing also. Loved it. Pink Floyd is my favorite band. David's Pink Floyd is my favorite

AlisonFoster ,

Amazing

Truly incredible. Gimours' best work.

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