Pink Floyd’s sophomore record, A Saucerful of Secrets, is even more psychedelic than their debut, which is for the worse. Like The Piper at the Gates of Dawn, there are forgettable and boring moments, but it is more severe here. The vocal performances are much softer, as well as much of the instrumentation, which is primarily why this is more boring than the debut. Overall, not as solid as TPATGOD, though it is still commendable and definitely has its moments.
Favorite Tracks: Let There ... read more