The Division Bell (album) by Pink Floyd
In total, there are 21 music albums by Pink Floyd which appear in the greatest album charts and The Division Bell is NOT ranked as the best. The best album by Pink Floyd is The Dark Side Of The Moon which is ranked number 2 in the list of all-time albums with a total rank score of 92,216.
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|1.||Cluster One||75/100 (17 votes)|
|2.||What Do You Want From Me||76/100 (17 votes)|
|3.||Poles Apart||76/100 (16 votes)|
|4.||Marooned||78/100 (22 votes)|
|5.||A Great Day For Freedom||76/100 (16 votes)|
|6.||Wearing The Inside Out||74/100 (18 votes)|
|7.||Take It Back||79/100 (18 votes)|
|8.||Coming Back To Life||78/100 (16 votes)|
|9.||Keep Talking||76/100 (17 votes)|
|10.||Lost For Words||77/100 (18 votes)|
|11.||High Hopes||85/100 (82 votes)|
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High Hopes is one of Pink Floyd's best songs.
I'm happy they makes great album in even 90's
Not classic PF, however the Gilmour delivers powerful songwriting and excellent guitar playing
I remember the fuss around this one when it was released. I didn't get it as a high school kid - it seemed unremarkable and pretentious. I had a listen again the other day. I still don't get it. It sounds like old guys who can play well milking their name for one last buck. This is the Hell Freezes Over of the Pink Floyd catalog.
Wow, really diverse opinions of this album. For what it's worth, it's not a classic but it certainly way better than some of the comments here & High Hope is one of the best Floyd tracks period.
In my opinion this album is way better than The Final Cut and A Momentary Lapse of Reason, this has the masterpiece High Hopes and underrated gems such as Poles Apart and Lost for Words.
Right now I'm listening to this after quite a while.. And I have to say I'm finding it quite difficult to listen to the whole thing in one sitting. Now I don't think it's as bad as some people say, and there are at least two songs that I find great - Wearing the inside out (the Rick Wright contribution) and High Hopes. I really like the instrumental intro too. But the whole thing feels overproduced and uninteresting, and the length (over 1 hour) doesn't help either.
Now.. Should this (and AMLOR) be released under a Pink Floyd name? Despite the fact this is both musically and lyrically far from their best, I don't really resent Gilmour for continuing with Pink Floyd after Waters quit. I don't even think he did it for money, but more to prove that Pink Floyd wasn't just about Waters, that the group was bigger than just him, and I would agree with that. + This is actually more of a "group PF" effort than The Final Cut was (but I guess cause TFC was better people have less trouble calling it a "Pink Floyd album" compared to the two albums that followed)
As a whole - yes a poor album. But I agree with Applerill on High Hopes being one of Floyd's best songs.
This is not garbage. In my opinion it's a regular album but there is good stuff there. Marooned won the first and only Floyd Grammy, whether you like it or not. Wright is back with "Wearing...". High Hopes and it's lap steel solo, maybe
not brilliant but, yes, a beautiful solo.
OK Roger was not there and lyrics are weak, but there are good melodies, vocals and guitar solos.
And, for god sake we are talking about a 1994 record, years, after the goldies '70. I don't want to hear about war, losing somebody's dad, hotel rooms anymore. These
issues were well handled in The Wall and The Final Cut.
Hey Bully Take it Easy, we all know you are in love with Waters, it is very very clear, you don't have to push it so heavily!!!! C'mon let the people have their own opinion.
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