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What Do You Want From Me - Pink Floyd - The Division Bell (Cassette, Album)

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  1. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Cassette release of The Division Bell on Discogs. Label: EMI United Kingdom - 8 4 3,EMI United Kingdom - TC EMD ,EMI United Kingdom - TCEMD • Format: Cassette Album • Country: Europe • Genre: Rock • Style: Prog Rock.
  2. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Blue Shell, Dolby Cassette release of The Division Bell on Discogs/5(16).
  3. OVERVIEW: It was up to David Gilmour to keep Pink Floyd alive, after the departure of Roger shagoresamumkathridred.xyzinfo , they released The Division Bell – the second, post-Waters album which proved that Pink Floyd was just as much David Gilmour, as it was Roger shagoresamumkathridred.xyzinfo, Pink Floyd were at their finest when the outstanding guitar playing of David Gilmour was perfectly aligned with Roger Waters.
  4. Being a Pink Floyd fan, although they say this wasn't one of their best, but to me although it's a laid back album there are some good moments on the album. My only shock and surprise was the price of the box set was definitely over the top & a little too expensive but after a 12 month wait/5(2).
  5. May 24,  · So, how do YOU rate this album? Album history: "Pulse (stylised as p·u·l·s·e) is a live double album by the English progressive rock band Pink Floyd. It was originally released on 29 May , on the label EMI in the United Kingdom and on 6 June by Columbia in the United States.
  6. Jun 13,  · I have listened to every album by the great PF "including the rare and live ones" and to me "THE DIVISION BELL" regardless of Roger's absence is Pink Floyd's best album in their 80s and 90s era. The album is as underrated as hell just because it came in .
  7. From and the final Pink Floyd studio album to date, The Division Bell hit the number 1 spot on the album charts in both the UK and the US. The album spawned a record-breaking tour the same year that saw the band play an unprecedented 14 nights at London’s Earl’s Court, captured for /5(2).
  8. Tracklist: 1. Cluster One, 2. What Do You Want From Me, 3. Poles Apart, 4. Marooned, 5. A Great Day For Freedom, 6. Wearing The Inside Out, 7. Take It Back, 8. Coming.

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