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5.0 out of 5 stars The Beginning Of The End..., February 17, 1999
This review is from: Animals (Audio CD)
Animals marks the first chapter in the Pink Floyd Trilogy.
1)Animals - attacks the social pressures of the world
2)The Wall - attacks the mental pressures from within
3)The Final Cut - attacks the political pressures of a war torn world
This very downbeat trilogy also documents the end of an era for the Floyd. It is in essence Roger's final encore and curtain call. Animals, is perhaps the most symbolic of the trilogy. Comparing people to the different animal traits works well, and Waters is perhaps at his most venemous during sheep. The Wall and Final Cut without a doubt deal with much of Roger's disgust at war and his father's passing. But Animals is a beginning of all of this, It shows how to begin to analyze huiman behavior, and how in the end, we are merely dogs, sheep, or pigs...

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5.0 out of 5 stars Musical Perfection, August 21, 1998
This review is from: Made In Heaven (Audio CD)
There are no words that describe the emotion and feeling this album posesses. It is incredibly crafted. Freddie's voice is so powerful it makes me cry to think it was recorded and the end of his life. Musical perfection rarely happens. This is one of those cases. Listen to A Winter's Tale. The final verse sends chills up my spine. This album was created with love and is one of the last perfect albums made. Freddie Mercury in all his glory, his power, and his wisdom, bares all his feelings on this record. Not to mention Roger, John, and Brian as well. But it is clear this was for Freddie. A final send off to the greatest vocalist and musician that ever lived. God Bless you Queen, I will love you forever. No words can describe what your music has done for me, and if this album is the end, then the world couldn't have asked for a better one.

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