The internal wars between the Floyd cult and fans started shortly after the new album was announced. The sonic and artistic merits of the upcoming album were already being debated, but the new album, A Fleeting Glimpse, sparked further controversy. The question remains: How to distinguish between a true Floyd fan and a copycat? Is it even possible? Read on to find out!
Syd’s sideshow freak
In response to a post on Syd’s sideshow freak on the Pink Floyd Forums, I have found a video on schizophrenia and social cognition. Syd Barrett’s condition was described as “undiagnosed” but the video reveals classic symptoms of schizophrenia. It’s interesting to see the different take on Syd’s illness. This video also explains why Syd was so lonely: “A woman can’t understand him.”
Roger Waters’ generic voice
A recent thread on Pink Floyd forums is centered around the question of Roger Waters’ voice. It’s quite interesting because he claims that he is the voice of the band, even though he left the band decades ago. In fact, Roger is not the voice of Pink Floyd, as the band’s other members, Nick Mason and David Gilmour, are. Rather, they wrote the songs on albums such as The Dark Side of the Moon, Any Colour You Like, and Great Gig in the Sky. During the recording process, Pink Floyd used many other musicians, and the album ENDLESS RIVER is almost entirely instrumental.
The Man and the Journey
The Man and the Journey was a concert by Pink Floyd that fused many of their most famous tunes with a few not-so-famous tunes. The concept was loosely based on a 24 hour day and featured two sets of visuals, one of which featured the band’s classic “The Wall” while the other featured scenes of construction sites and afternoon tea. The concept created a great deal of discussion and controversy, so we’ve decided to look into it here.
The Dark Side of the Moon
If you’ve ever heard the song “The Dark Side of the Moon,” you might wonder how the lyrics relate to you. The song’s concept revolves around the idea that darkness can destroy positive ideas and emotions. The dark side of the moon also represents insanity. The light represented by the moon is an illusion. The dark side represents the ideas that lead to unfulfillment. While the album’s music is quite bleak, it does have a underlying message of hope and inspiration.
On the Run
Pink Floyd is one of the best bands of all time, and this band’s music is no exception. They were hard to make, but their music was brilliantly constructed and recorded. Later albums were more like novels or movies that knit together perfectly. This is how they were able to reach so many different listeners around the world. If you have a question about Pink Floyd, you should check out their forums! You will be surprised at how knowledgeable the other members are!
On the Run’s storyline
In a Pink Floyd forum, a fan asked the band to elaborate on the storyline of “On the Run.” The band members, who were formerly members of another group, agreed to do so. However, the thread was quickly shut down by Pink, presumably due to the amount of negative feedback. The threads were started to discuss the storyline of “On the Run” and its many surprises.
On the Run’s music
If you’re a Pink Floyd fan, you may have heard about the online community A Fleeting Glimpse. AFT is endorsed by many associates of the band, and is considered the premier Pink Floyd website. If you’ve never visited the site, you’re missing out! Here, you’ll find everything you need to know about the band’s music. Plus, you can join the Pink Floyd Forums to interact with other fans and discuss the music of On the Run.