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Comfortably Numb by Mark Blake
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Jun 25, 2010

really liked it
Read in June, 2010

The Floyd story is an interesting read. Any big fan would enjoy this book. Besides giving the reader the background story and history of the band, Blake also writes about how the albums charted and were received by critics and fans. Information as to the meaning behind songs, why they were written, and how they relate in the album, not to mention the explanation of the album covers are all here. Barrett was a colorful and eccentric person who should not have done drugs. Either way, I think Pink Floyd was better without him. Waters seams (maybe he's changed) like an asshole.

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