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(Posted: Aug. 20, 2001. Got a tip to share? Email us.)

blenderFloyd discography reviewed in Blender magazine
Few surprises in ranking of Floyd back catalog

In its second issue, published in August, Blender magazine ranks nearly every Pink Floyd album.

In a two-page spread, the magazine gives each album a star rating, and puts each into a category ranging from "Blender Approved," "Great," "Check It Out," "Be Careful!" and "Just for Fans."

Three titles earn five stars from Blender: "Dark Side of the Moon," "Wish You Were Here" and "The Wall." The lowest ranked titles are "Ummagumma," "Atom Heart Mother" and "The Final Cut," each earning two stars.

The article ignores compilations like "A Great Collection of Dance Songs," "Works" and "A Nice Pair." 1995's "Pulse" album is also mysteriously absent.

(Posted: Aug. 20, 2001)

 

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