Pink Floyd: The Dome, Brighton
Andrew Means, Melody Maker, 29 January 1972
NOBODY WHO'S involved in present day music is going to deny that the Pink Floyd have contributed some classics. But having become accustomed to them it is all too easy to see all their work as variations from one prolonged blueprint. There are few groups that could rival the distinctive originality of their sound — and that leads to the heart of that problem.
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