History WMG / PinkFloyd

22nd Nov '16 6:42:28 AM OthaJ87
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* I always felt that the events of The Wall were implied to not only have already happened before(with the bookends of "Isn't this where we came in?", it's also a never-ending loop of events that poor Pink and by extension us as I also felt that the opening song, "In The Flesh?" is directly addressing you/us/the listener, are doomed to repeat.

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* I always felt that the events of The Wall were implied to not only have already happened before(with the bookends of "Isn't this where we came in?", in?"), it's also a never-ending loop of events that poor Pink and by extension us as I also felt that the opening song, "In The Flesh?" is directly addressing you/us/the listener, are doomed to repeat.
22nd Nov '16 6:40:57 AM OthaJ87
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* Think about it. Pink has bricks in a wall to keep him from interacting with "commoners" as a young sensation. Later on in life, the wall inhibits his ability to cope with his scars that fame brings. So he goes to drugs, and the people find out and put him on trial for his drug habit (and insanity.)

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* Think about it. Pink has bricks in a wall to keep him from interacting with "commoners" as a young sensation. Later on in life, the wall inhibits his ability to cope with his scars that fame brings. So he goes to drugs, and the people find out and put him on trial for his drug habit (and insanity.))

* I always felt that the events of The Wall were implied to not only have already happened before(with the bookends of "Isn't this where we came in?", it's also a never-ending loop of events that poor Pink and by extension us as I also felt that the opening song, "In The Flesh?" is directly addressing you/us/the listener, are doomed to repeat.
15th Nov '16 6:42:06 AM Varia_Heimt
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[[WMG: ''Dark Side of the Moon'' is about Pink's dad]]
"Time" is about how dissatisfied with his life and how he feels unfulfilled in the things that he does so he joins the military to aid in the war effort (he left after the lyrics "It's good to warm my bones beside the fire", the field that's briefly mentioned is the battlefield). He then dies and "Great Gig in the Sky" is Pink's mother grieving for his death back home. The rest of the album is Pink's father watching his life unfold from heaven. "Money" is him watching the events of "Have a Cigar" (theorized to be when Pink got his record deal) and all the related bullshit that Pink's manager does. That last section between "Money" and "Eclipse" is him basically watching The Wall happen and becoming upset that things have gone so wrong for/with Pink and his mind, so in "Eclipse" he tries to reach out and comfort his son.
11th Nov '15 12:30:35 AM Thatfatmummy
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** Roger Waters could have planned on killing John Lennon himself
7th Jul '14 7:27:56 PM bluesno1fann
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* Actually, these lines were references to Syd Barrett's solo works.

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* Actually, these lines were references to Syd Barrett's Music/SydBarrett's solo works.
29th Mar '14 3:02:58 PM Conrail16
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** [[AWizardDidIt Syd Barrett told Rogers Waters the future]]
21st Mar '14 9:19:07 PM Conrail16
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**The beginning of "A Saucerful of Secrets" definitely sounds like sex (the beginning of life), and the end sounds like a funeral march (the end of life). So perhaps ''Ummagumma'' is about a man's quest for sex (the first three songs), thereupon dying, his [[MateOrDie biological usefulness]] in life fulfilled (males of many species, particularly insects, [[DownerEnding often die after mating after all...]])
2nd Jan '14 10:06:32 PM PvZpro
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* Obvious problem with the above: ''The Dark Side Of The Moon'' was released in 1973. Lennon died in 1980. How could they have known what would happen to him?

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* Obvious problem with the above: ''The Dark Side Of The Moon'' was released in 1973. Lennon died in 1980. How could they have known what would happen to him?him?

[[WMG: ''Music/TheWall'' is a metaphor for every childhood star.]]

*Think about it. Pink has bricks in a wall to keep him from interacting with "commoners" as a young sensation. Later on in life, the wall inhibits his ability to cope with his scars that fame brings. So he goes to drugs, and the people find out and put him on trial for his drug habit (and insanity.)
23rd Oct '13 4:40:48 PM JIKTV
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[[WMG: Ummagumma is a concept album]]

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[[WMG: Ummagumma ''Ummagumma'' is a concept album]]



''"A Saucerful of Secrets"'' even ends with Gilmour passionately moaning the vocal parts of the song, parts which were earlier played by a ghostly-sounding orchestra on the album which shares the song's title.

[[WMG: PinkFloyd's "Wish You Were Here" is about the Museum Fremen in ''God Emperor of {{Dune}}''.]]

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''"A "A Saucerful of Secrets"'' Secrets" even ends with Gilmour passionately moaning the vocal parts of the song, parts which were earlier played by a ghostly-sounding orchestra on the album which shares the song's title.

[[WMG: PinkFloyd's Pink Floyd's "Wish You Were Here" is about the Museum Fremen in ''God Emperor of {{Dune}}''.Literature/{{Dune}}''.]]



[[WMG: Wish You Were Here is a concept album about Syd Barrett.]]

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[[WMG: Wish ''Wish You Were Here Here'' is a concept album about Syd Barrett.]]



[[WMG: TheDarkSideOfTheMoon is about JohnLennon]]

(PLEASE NOTE: I put this here because TheDarkSideOfTheMoon doesn't have a WildMassGuessing page)

After thinking about TheDarkSideOfTheMoon album, I realized that it vaguely seems to resemble [[JohnLennon John Lennon's]] life. It's a little hard to explain, but here's what my thinking is:

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[[WMG: TheDarkSideOfTheMoon ''Music/TheDarkSideOfTheMoon'' is about JohnLennon]]

Music/JohnLennon]]

(PLEASE NOTE: I put this here because TheDarkSideOfTheMoon ''The Dark Side Of The Moon'' doesn't have a WildMassGuessing page)

After thinking about TheDarkSideOfTheMoon the ''Dark Side Of The Moon'' album, I realized that it vaguely seems to resemble [[JohnLennon John Lennon's]] Lennon's life. It's a little hard to explain, but here's what my thinking is:



* Obvious problem with the above: ''TheDarkSideOfTheMoon'' was released in 1973. Lennon died in 1980. How could they have known what would happen to him?

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* Obvious problem with the above: ''TheDarkSideOfTheMoon'' ''The Dark Side Of The Moon'' was released in 1973. Lennon died in 1980. How could they have known what would happen to him?
2nd Jun '13 4:54:01 PM TheLyniezian
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"Eclipse" - John Lennon's Death.

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"Eclipse" - John Lennon's Death.Death.

* Obvious problem with the above: ''TheDarkSideOfTheMoon'' was released in 1973. Lennon died in 1980. How could they have known what would happen to him?
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