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YMMV / The Endless River

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  • Broken Base: As with the rest of the band's post-The Wall output, fans are fairly split on whether or not to consider The Endless River a golden age-level masterpiece or pointless naff. The fact that this was a mostly instrumental album and Pink Floyd's Grand Finale has only intensified these arguments.
  • Disappointing Last Level: What some fans think of the album, given that it's almost entirely instrumental. (Not that they haven't done that before.)
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  • Heartwarming Moments: Regardless of the album's split opinions, most fans agree that the very last song, "Louder Than Words", is a very beautiful last note to the long and troubled history of Pink Floyd, as even though their journey has been anything but smooth, what they did and what they created was something far more than just music. Louder than words indeed.


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