In 1987, Pink Floyd fans were on top of the world upon hearing their hero's were releasing new music.  Some of the fans excitement was short lived, however, when "Momentary Lapse of Reason" was released that year.  Is this Floyd?  Well, kind of.  There was no Roger Waters, and it was obvious.  The lyrics were weak and the music didn't have that Pink Floyd feel, although it was a "clever forgery", as Waters put it, in one of his many tyrannical criticisms.  What did you think?  I'll spin On The Turning Away this afternoon around 5:20pm and you be the judge.  Out of town?  Listen live on-line.

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