A Saucerful Of Secrets (album) by Pink Floyd
In total, there are 21 music albums by Pink Floyd which appear in the greatest album charts and A Saucerful Of Secrets 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 92,962.
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|1.||Let There Be More Light||81/100 (28 votes)|
|2.||Remember a Day||81/100 (31 votes)|
|3.||Set the Controls for the Heart of the Sun||83/100 (33 votes)|
|4.||Corporal Clegg||75/100 (28 votes)|
|5.||A Saucerful Of Secrets||76/100 (28 votes)|
|6.||See-Saw||78/100 (28 votes)|
|7.||Jugband Blues||79/100 (29 votes)|
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A collection of average Floyd tracks with a clear absence of Syd.
Everytime I listen "A Saucerful Of Secrets" at Night.
Started out well in the first 3 songs (80/100), then I just got annoyed to hell by their trying to be hip shit (50/100). I remember in an early interview by Bono that we are all different... in subtle ways. We don't have to dye our head green or have a nose that is 2 feet long to be different. This is definitely the latter.
This is another Floyd classic - slightly uneven but nevertheless one of their most underrated albums I think. I can hear more of the 'collage' experimental elements of bands like United States Of America, Jefferson Airplane and Red Crayola than I can with Piper, as the band already begin to move away from the more influential input of Barratt towards the dreamy Gilmour textures of their later work. There are some truelly wonderful moments on this album, but it doesn't quite hang together in the way Piper does.
This is an album from a band in transition of ousting Syd Barrett ad incorporate David Gilmour. As a result it's a bit inconsistent, but it has a couple of good songs.
Not only is this another amazing psychedelic album, but it houses my favorite song. Jugband Blues. :)
Syd before we went completely out of his mind.
A great album and I think it's quite underrated among the Floyd fans. It's dreamier, more obscure and experimental than the Piper, but it has a special atmosphere on the whole album, I like that so much. Remember a Day is my favourite track from the album.
The title track is the best! I prefered this to Atom Heart Mother and felt it was altogether pleasant album.
It's all good! I am having Saucerful of Secrets (Celectial Voices) played as I am laid to rest - my wife doesn't get PF but loves that part of this piece. It's really beautiful and probably gets closer to Roger Water's actual story than much of the angry music he touted out later on.
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