Any Colour You Like (track) by Pink Floyd
Any Colour You Like appears on the following album(s) by Pink Floyd:
- The Dark Side Of The Moon (track #8) (this album) (1973)
- Pulse (track #19) (1995)
- Shine On (track #15) (compilation) (1992)
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Colorful, psychedelic and overall really nice to listen to.
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Best instrumental ever. Incredibly creative.
Surprisingly catchy and melodic for an instrumental interlude piece. Cool, chaotic song.
Nice, trippy interlude with some awesome, groovy parts!
Great, fun song. Wright opens it up with some wonderful, spacy keys. Giving us a glimpse of what's to come on WYWH. But it is Gilmore's grooving guitar that keeps the track accessible and highly enjoyable.
The plants I have at home have just listened to this song, they have turned into weed
This little song does something to my brain especially if segueing from Us and Them. Rick Wright might be the forgotten genius in Floyd.
Musical style wise fits with rest of albumn and is quite relaxing in places. Meaning this was guaranteed to get a pretty decent score in the first place (A good score for me is 85 or above)
The first part of the song though had so many repetitions and sounds going off at once that I had to remove several points. To some people this may be seen as how they are demonstrating their style. To me it sounded too complex despite just having the same part of the song repeated concurrently.
Still a great track, just some people may not appreciate the first minute as much as others.
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