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Pink Floyd albums in order of greatness!

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The Wall
The Wall
"Hey You, Goodbye Blue Sky and of course Comfortably Numb. Sometimes overlong and overloaded, but a musical journey like no other."
The Final Cut: Remastered
The Final Cut: Remastered
"An unheralded gem. When The Tigers Broke Free. The Gunners Dream. Fletcher Memorial Home. And, best of all, the title track. An emotion juggernaut."
Animals
Animals
"Two classic epics in Dogs and Pigs (Three Different Ones), plus one decent stab at a third epic (Sheep) makes for a classic album."
Dark Side of the Moon
Dark Side of the Moon
"Great tracks from start to end, especially Breathe, Great Gig in The Sky, Time, Money, Us and Them and Eclipse. Only Speak To Me lets the side down."
The Division Bell
The Division Bell
"The most ambient Floyd album since Dark Side. Roger Waters had left by now, but the songs Cluster One, Marooned, What Do You Want From Me, Take It Back, Lost For Words and High Hopes are timeless."
Wish You Were Here
Wish You Were Here
"Shine On You Crazy Diamond is musical bliss, the title track hugely singable with vintage guitar work from Gilmour, but Have A Cigar and Welcome To The Machine are fodder."
Obscured By Clouds
Obscured By Clouds
"Don't overlook this one just because it's a soundtrack - strong melodies throughout, very Beatle-y in parts and a distinct forerunner of Dark Side. The track What's Uh The Deal is fabulous!"
Meddle
Meddle
"The good (Fearless), the bad (Seamus), the indifferent (A Pillow Of Winds) and the masterful (Echoes)."
The Piper At The Gates Of Dawn
The Piper At The Gates Of Dawn
"Something of an acquired taste, and very, very much of its time, Piper still has a couple of interesting numbers (Astronomy Domine and Interstellar Overdrive) but is really only for Syd Barratt nuts."
A Momentary Lapse of Reason
A Momentary Lapse of Reason
"Surely the most anonymous Floyd album ever. A couple of so-so tracks (Learning To Fly, On the Turning Away) are all this album has to offer. The rest is bland filler."