any pink floyd fans?

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  • skittlez09
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    my favorite album is Wish You Were Here 

    favorite song is money 

    how bout yall? 
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    Yep.

    Money is from The Dark Side of the Moon album, which is my favourite album.... Though Wish You Were Here is also excellent....Division Bell is a later favourite of mine.

    Nonetheless, earlier stuff from the Syd Barrett era was far less appealing.
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    Wish you were here is an amazing album, shine in you crazy diamonds is an epic. But my favorite song has got to be Time.

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    F to syd barret 
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    yeh times my second fav 
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    Time... Excellent song, incisive lyrics and also from Dark Side of the Moon...Perhaps your favourite album then?

    The Wall...Comfortably Numb?
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    naw wish you were here is my fav album

    comfortably numb is a good one too 


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    Do you know Relics?

    I've know a mouse and he hasn't got a house.
    I don't know why I call him Gerald.
    He's getting rather old but he's a good mouse.
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    listened too a few songs its pretty good 
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    Definitely Dark Side of the Moon. I attended a concert in 1972, before most of you were born, I'd wager, in Philly. It featured some of the tracks ultimately on the album. It was a riveting experience. The recording, remastered digitally, is a mystical experience
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    I attended a concert in 1972, before most of you were born, I'd wager, in Philly.
    what i'd give to be there bro 
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    Age, and, therefore, lived history,  has its advantages, my friend. However, a warning, assuming you're young. Beware 50; after that age, never trust a fart. Hence, the following, as you are, I believe, a student of art; written, that is, an Italian sonnet [the form usually employed by Shakespeare, and of personal composition]:

    Ode on a Commode: A Toilet Subtlty
     
    There comes more frequently undone,
    A mean and cruel and flatted course, 
    Such bubbling rumbles from the source, 
    The sphincter terminus of digestion
    To interrupt all else and seek refuge
    In porcelain; clean and white, refined;
    Receptive. Oh, this may be huge!
    Explosion splatters just in time.
    And then once more into the breach,
    Taken once more by soap and bleach, 
    One is reminded: ingratitude of age
    That eat what may, seasoned by sage
    Advice, the vice of culinary art:
    Old age can never trust a fart.

    ©2019 by fauxlaw
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    I am actually a heterosexual, so not a big fan
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    lol
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    I support your right to get married though
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    :-)
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    depends on the mood I'm in or what I'm doing so I can't pick a favorite, but I do like Dogs, Pigs,  Great Gig in the Sky, Fearless.....so yeah.

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    I like bands like Montly crue.
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    just checked em out they hella good 
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    Funny you should ask that, I just pulled out and dusted off  my "Wall" album and listened to all four sides while digitally transferring it  to CD. The last time listened to it was probably the year it was released. Good music. Nothing like today. I can't name a single music artist past 1990. I could probably recognize a song here or there but not the artist. Every genera with in themselves sounds the same to me. It's not like Pink Floyd and Led Zeppelin anymore. Two completely different sounds but the same genera.  I have also noticed people have become kinda like music Nazi's too. Especially the metal genre's. They loose their mind if you call some song by the wrong sub genera or listen to any other kind of music. They get mad if you wear a T shirt from some band and you cant name nearly all their songs.  Kinda funny if you ask me. Why would one care what kind of music someone else listens too?