VOX Hunt: This Album Is All Good

Audio: Share an album in your collection that's a classic from the first to the last cut (no need to use the skip button).  Submitted by Cortadito

Excellent VOX Hunt topic, Cortadito. Sadly, I can't pick just one, but any of the works of Pink Floyd lovingly depicted here on the backs of beautiful women would unquestionably fit the bill.

From left to right: Atom Heart Mother, Relics, Dark Side of the Moon, Wish You Were Here, The Wall, Animals.

The following song is from the Animals LP (probably my fave Pink Floyd album) and is as relevant today as it was in 1977.

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9 Responses to VOX Hunt: This Album Is All Good

  1. Cat says:

    An excellent choice my dear friend…I see we think alike..

  2. Shel says:

    Much better than my answer.

  3. lizzy says:

    oh i couldn't agree more. pink floyd only released one bad album in my opinion and that was the final cut. that one got me so depressed (probably because roger waters was so depressed while making it so if we talk art and communication of emotion it wasn't so bad) i couldn't listen to it.

  4. Cortadito says:

    Excellent answers, Kirk. Gold stars around.

  5. Shel says:

    Even the final cut has it's good points. My husband calls it his "rainy day" album.

  6. Emmi says:

    Whoa, where did you get this pic? Wild, mama!

  7. lizzy says:

    lol i see what he means.

  8. Kirk says:

    "Even the final cut has it's good points."Oh, yes indeed! It's my least favorite album, but without it, we wouldn't have the oh-so-awesome Not Now, John.

  9. Kirk says:

    "Whoa, where did you get this pic?"I don't recall, to be honest. Found it on the 'net somewhere. It's been on my hard drive for a long time. Never had a use for it until now. 😉

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