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I went into a trance while listening to this song... simply amazing...
Best solo of all time! dark and light solos!
It was either this or Wish You Were Here, but this song epitomizes exactly why I think there is no better guitarist than David Gilmour, songwriter than Roger Waters, or band as excellent as Pink Floyd!
The guitar solo in the end always gives me chills.V189 Comments
How I wish...
How I wish I was born in 1960 to live the most impressive years of music.
Such a perfect song, with beautiful vocals from the great David Gilmour.
This is a music you can listen everyday!
Somehow, this song makes me smile even if I am really sad.
It kinda speaks to me.
Oh how I wish I was born in the 60s
Music today has lost its quality
When I listen to this song I remember one of my old friend we had a same idea about music and politic. F
This should be in no. 1. Such a perfect and beautiful song, I listen everyday. What a combination of great lyrics with great vocal. Just love it.V108 Comments
Shakespeare, wordsworth, keats, frost are good;
but roger waters is the best poet of all "time"!
Dear site admins, please fix the bug in your site and put "Time" back on number 1, where it belongs.
Best lyrics of all time!
This song speaks so much to me
And the drums are amazing
And of course that solo!
Love this and Comfortably Numb equally but this has a little more charm about it. Timeless song you could say! - mswainyyV87 Comments
If anyone has the time to spend a half an hour just to listen to the 2 parts to this song, they will realize it should be number 1. The orchestration is way beyond anything recorded ever
When I was 12, my dad gave me the Wish You Were Here album to listen to. This was my first rock song and a really life changing moment. It is still my favorite: the way the intro seems suspended in time with that fantastic deep synth pad, Gilmour's amazing blues solos, the thrilling moment when Mason comes in on drums, and the best lyrics Roger has ever written. The end of part 1 drifts off into infinity. Part 2 is also incredible. The song is really touching when you understand the Syd Barret context. Top class.
Melodic to the core and very symbolic lyrics, great intro, almost hypnotic
This should be number one, it's amazingV85 Comments
This is actually in my top songs of all the songs I like. Its awesome! It's 23 minutes of pure awesomeness- not one boring second in the whole song. The best!
Epic 23 minute song, it will stay with you for the rest of your life, 'masterpiece' falls short of the truth of this song
Without Echoes there wouldn't be Dark Side of the Moon, Wish You Were Here, Animals, or The Wall. Plus it also has very powerful lyrics and hypnotic intrumentals/sound effects. Echoes shines brighter with every listen. It will eventually outshine Shine On You Crazy Diamond if you listen to Echoes enough. A great beat comes in at 70. Nice bird chirpping and really cool wind. Too bad music isn't like this anymore. Definitely defines Pink Floyd and shows off their progressive and psychedelic capabilities at the same time. I would totally recommend this to anyone who is patient. The rewards are tremendous if you listen all the way through. I would rate this song a 12 out of 10.
That song changed the entire Pink Floyd music.. You can see it in every album after MeddleV82 Comments
Hard choice but yeah A.B.I.W. part II is it. We dont need NO education. Thats a double negative... seems like you do. XD - fireinside96
The famous rebellion song, I haven't met anybody who doesn't know of this masterpiece
From the 'Wall' album. Strong drums, a well-known base line and distinctive guitar parts in the background with a smooth, but edgy guitar solo.
Does anybody really care about double negatives?V88 Comments
Ah, what a great song. It'll never grow old. Its got that quality, just, dammit, I can't find the word, but it's the perfect Pink Floyd song, hands down. The guitar solo, the intensity of the song, it all just seems perfect together. Plus, its on Due Date which I reckon is the funniest road movie in a long long time - JesusOfSuburbia07
1st track of the 2nd disc of 'The Wall'. The song starts off with a solo acoustic guitar playing in the classical style, the melody resembling the middle section of A Pillow of Winds, with the fretless bass (similar to the opening of "Pigs") joining in shortly after. Next to join in is the Fender Rhodes electric piano, David Gilmour's vocals, and overdubbed acoustic guitar and drums at the start of the second verse. In the middle is a guitar solo which is played over the main riff of the song "Another Brick in the Wall". After the solo, Roger Waters takes over on lead vocals for the rest of the song.
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It's a great song. It has lots of feelings. Waters and Gilmour really showed their best on this song. They really show their true feelings... And I love it...
Easily the best! A beautiful song that sounds better the thousandth time than it did the first.V62 Comments
Wow! I expected this to be number one or two! That being said, picking the best Pink Floyd song is borderline impossible and we're all basically just splitting hairs...
One word to describe this song: trippy. And walking basslines aren't something that most people associate with the word trippy, which just makes it all the more trippy. And then you have the 7/4 time signature. The time signature of champions. This song is like one of those really cool, really weird dreams where nothing makes sense but yet it all does. This is the real pink floyd. Although I do really like wish you were here, I think its one of the most overrated songs in history. It's a very nice song that's easy on the ears. Pink floyd is NOT easy on the ears, and therefore wish you were here is, in my opinion, very out of character for them. But songs like money are just so COOL.
This is not the best Pink Floyd song, but I will always like this song a lot because it was the song that got me into older music. I used to like pop music a lot. But then I heard about The Dark Side of the Moon and how awesome it was, so I bought it to see what it was like. I listened to small parts of the songs and decided that I didn't like it. I was going to delete it when I decided to listen to Money. I instantly loved it and listened to the whole album and loved it also. Then I started to buy other Pink Floyd albums and other bands too. Then I realized that pop music wasn't very good and it was just mainstream stuff with no emotion. I really like prog rock now. I'm thankful for this song because if I never listened to it, I might have never learned about Pink Floyd and what real music is.
Easily the best song made by this group. A pity Waters did not try to make more of this type. A masterpiece.V32 Comments
This is guitar solo sublime. A wonderful blend of the sweetest tones leaves me endlessly on repeat. It is pure genius - one of the less obvious greats. For the taoists, this IS Floyd at their best.
A timeless masterpiece, unprecedented musical work, unprecedented lyrics and a strong message that lingers in you long after those 17 minutes of absolute heaven fade out with one of the most powerful finales of all time. Dogs is the best piece of music I have ever listened to and everyone owes it to themselves to listen to this progressive-rock masterpiece. It is literally the perfect song.
There is an amazing guitar line in this song and the double-guitar sequence has to be one of the greatest. This song is a roller coaster ride.
This needs to be (at least) in top 5. It's a trip!V45 Comments
Are joking man? 15? Can I see worse?
This song is pure brilliant and belong to 3 on top ten list
This song had a lot of meaning. When I wake up at morning I always listen to this song before I go for breakfast, and god, this song really makes me realize that no one in this generation will beat this song, yeah Pink Floyd's rules
The best song on The Dark Side of The Moon, bar none! The compilation/fusion by Rick Wright of jazz and rock is sublime, and the organ sound is the best I have ever heard. These lyrics are the hardest hitting, most emotional and most meaningful on the album, and in general. Of course, not much needs to be said about the combination of Sax and Hammond! Most "fans" like "Money", but true fans love "Us And Them".
It is perfect for Indians. I think this definitely ought to be sent to the top 10 if not further up :P
How is this not a top 5 I love so many by Floyd but this is my favorite off dark side of the moonV23 Comments
3rd track of 'Wish You Were Here'. A perfect rock song, in my opinion
A song of sleaze and suspicion, it paints a very strong image in my mind of Roger, David, Syd, etc, all staring at a salesperson with distrust, fearful of the capitalization of the music industry. It's a warning to all, and I love it.
Nice lyrics. I love this one very much. (this stupid minimum quality thing sucks! )
Definitely one of their harder rocking songs, and a very good one! - matty925V7 Comments
This song is just brain-blowing! Every time I listen to it, it gives me shivers. "There's someone in my head but it's not me"
Best Floyd Song This Is the Dark Side Of The Moon summed up
First time I listened to this song was with headphones on full volume, in the dark. A song has never hit home harder. - RIDDLER2K15
That laugh thoughV18 Comments
This should be among the top 5 best songs of Floyd... Amazing lyrics blend with perfect vocals and it ends with one of the best solos by David Gilmore...
I think this is by far the best song by Pink Floyd. Absolutely breath taking and profusely sentimental. You can't have enough of this song. 5/5 for me
At one point the song goes into a epic war theme Greatest Pink Floyd song EVER
Should be in top 3 with times and comfortably numbsV135 Comments
A great song, this needs to be higher on the list.
So amazingly funky. This song is a brilliant piece of music by Pink Floyd. Especially the 20 minute version live in Cleveland.
Everything from the lyrics to the guitar work makes this song a brilliant masterpiece! - matty925
Really underrated. For me it's in the top of my Floyd list. Even above The Dark Side (which is great too, don't get me wrong)V11 Comments
Oh man. this song means so much. It just feels so amazingly freeing when you hear it, you just want to soar and float into the clouds to never come out again. this song should be second to Comfortably Numb.
Its actually a long metaphor for flying and for doing a new thing. in the middle of the song nick mason is heard speaking in the radio for a lesson GREATEST SONG EVER
My personal favorite next to Any Color You Like which is also surprisingly low on the list. Learning to Fly makes me feel motivated, remorseful and excited all at once. It's beautiful. Perfect. Deserves better than 28 come on!
Can't understand how this song is so far out of the top 10. Just listen to the liver version on Pulse and you'll change your mind.V15 Comments
Morons it should be in top 5 all those disagreeing should go back to music school and should start with justin bieber
For real? What do you have against Justin Bieber other then that he's a musical genius?
This song should be up there at 1 or 2 or 3... simply brilliant it doesn't get any more peaceful :)Ditto for Us and Them!
This song should be in top ten list... It is such a soothing song which calms your mind and melodious
Most Underrated Pink Floyd Song EverV131 Comments
It has amazing sound effects. This song is so underrated. The lyrics are amazing and the sound is awesome. When I first heard it, I was amazed. I was impressed. The sound effects mixed with the acoustic guitar are mind blowing. It's a shame that people don't full appreciate the quality of the song.
I don't see how this isn't Top 10... Easily one of the most emphatic Pink Floyd songs. It incorporates so much with the synthesizers and the acoustic guitar, as well as the message that is sent and what the song is really about.
2nd track of 'Wish You Were Here'. Heavily processed synthesizers and guitars, as well as a wide and varied range of tape effects.
I never realised how awesome this song was. Now when I do, I feel powerful. Definitely Top 15.V11 Comments
Part of what amazes me about this song is how it conveys the whole spectrum of human emotion without using any lyrics. It's just beautiful piano, gripping drums, and probably one of the best vocal performances I have ever heard in my life. It's hard to believe this isn't in the top 5.
Come on the vocals are awesome! The dark side of the moon is the best floyd album... I must say... And great gig in the sky's gotta go higher... Every floyd member is magical in the album
When I first heard the dark side of the moon I was relatively unimpressed and underwhelmed. Oddly enough something clicked with this song when I heard it. I don't know why but it did and now I am a Floyd junkie. This probably isn't my favorite song, but it's the one that got me hooked on the band.
Gives me chills every time, so amazingV11 Comments
My second favorite Pink Floyd song, but I voted for it because Comfortably Numb is already No. 1. great song, love the guitar's sound.
I love other Pink Floyd songs but this is my current favourite. It is very uplifting and I love every bit of it!
This is my favourite (although I love other Pink Floyd songs). My favourite version is their Pulse one - HollyRolo
A driving, pulsating song.V5 Comments
Everything about this song is excellent: lyrics, intro, the bridge, the chorus. It soars!
Is it truly only a dream that there will be no more turning away? I don't want our world to be like that. I really think more people need to hear this song. It's amazing it slowly builds up for the whole song and ends with and incredible solo.
This song has a powerful message of not ignoring the terrible things going on around you. Plus, the choir in the background makes it so beautiful.
Without Roger it became a different Pink Floyd, with much less darkness. Songs where much deeper in the Waters' era, but this is a great great song.V7 Comments
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