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Pink Floyd

Roger Waters

by The Staff June 27, 2012

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Pink Floyd’s The Wall remains one of the most imaginative and dramatic albums ever to emerge from the concept album’s golden age. Centered on the themes of abandonment and personal isolation, the 1979 rock opera ...

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In the Name of Prog

by Raurri Jennings February 23, 2012

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In I Heart Huckabees, Dustin Hoffman’s existential detective character is explaining the interconnectedness of all the matter and energy in the universe to Jason Schwartzman using a blanket. He juts his hand through the cloth ...

Thomas Giles

by David King January 19, 2011

Apparently, no one told Between the Buried and Me frontman Tommy Rogers that a passable Roger Waters impression is not a strong enough base for an album. Pulse, his second solo record, released under ...