Pigs (Three Different Ones) (track) by Pink Floyd
Pigs (Three Different Ones) appears on the following album(s) by Pink Floyd:Animals (this album) (1977), Shine On (compilation) (1992).
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One thing I've only recently realised is just how detailed Animals is. This song has so many extra little sounds going on in the background that we all know inside out but have never actually paid attention to, they keep the song interesting and always on the move. I love how the atmosphere gets progressively heavy and darker in the middle section too.
- The funky bass and drums.
- The extra funky and groovy chorus.
- The superb lyricism.
- The guitars. Oh my, the guitars.
- The tension that fills every crevice of this song. It's palpable.
- The Heil talk box (and the pig-solo).
- The Piano (listen out for it, it adds a whole lot of darkness).
- The finale. 30 seconds of Gilmour playing the living sh*t out of one note.
When someone says this is one of the best songs Pink Floyd ever made, they're not joking.
Some of Gilmore's best guitar work closes out this track
Ha haaa... I love this song. It's kinda silly (that cowbell especially), it's kinda grandly arranged with piano glissando and everything, it's still very bitter in tone and then, Gilmour tears everything apart in the end with a mind-blowing guitar solo that cuts through diamonds!
Amazing song with one of Pink Floyd's best choruses. I love the whole middle section where the band seems to go into some sort of trance.
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