what is in your opinion the worst song of pink floyd

Mexico
April 14, 2007 6:27pm CST
I´m pink floyd´s fan, i don´t think that any song could be consider worst. do you have one??
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• United States
16 Apr 07
I am a HUGE Floyd fan, so it is very hard to think in terms of "worst". :) I would prefer to use the phrase "least favorite". That said, my vote for MY "least favorite" Floyd song would probably be Alan's Psychedlic Breakfast.
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• Mexico
16 Apr 07
i agree with you, it´s sounds better the "least favorite"
• United States
15 Apr 07
Wow that is a very difficult one as I am a huge fan of Pink Floyd, but there may be a few songs that I don't particularly like as much and maybe even one I really don't like. Let's see after searching my electic musical interest archives, I would have to say this tune "Time" is most detested. Maybe its the chimes in the beginning or the message in the song but its boring to me.
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• Mexico
16 Apr 07
thnx for your answer
• United States
17 Apr 07
I love pink floyd and i dont really hate any song but i dont like the song " On the Run" that much.
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@jend80 (2068)
20 Apr 07
The Trial, sounds like it's from a really really bad old musical - like a nightmare version of Oliver. Some of the experimental tracks on Ummagumma - the section where each band member does their own thing. Don't like Alan's Psychedelic Breakfast much - the music's alright but the sounds of him eating are just a waste of time. It might have worked on stage having people come on and cook food etc. but not on record. The title song of The Final Cut - Roger whining on about someone getting distracted and losing the nerve to slash their wrists.
@jend80 (2068)
20 Apr 07
oh and two of the early post Syd/Dave songs when they were still trying to create pop singles and contine his style were enjoyable dodgy. Point Me To The Skies's chorus is great& cheasy and Let There be more light so wants to be Lucy In The Sky with Diamonds.
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• Canada
17 Apr 07
Well, if you break it up into eras based on the main songwriter, I'd answer with this: Syd Barret Era: 'Gnome' from The Piper at the Gates of Dawn Roger Waters Era: 'Alan's Psychadelic Breakfast' from Atom Heart Mother Dave Gilmour Era: 'On the Turning Away' from A Momentary Lapse of Reason
• Mexico
17 Apr 07
a excellent answer, you are right about the eras.
• United States
20 Apr 07
I'd have to say my "least favorite" would be -- Absolutely Curtains from Obscured by Clouds.