Many Pink Floyd fans have debates amongst themselves regarding what era of the band's career was the best. Similar to the Van Halen and AC/DC arguments of what singer was the best, I've heard many a conversation get heated by two who can't agree which of the group's albums was the best, The Wall or Dark Side of the Moon. Then there are those who'll never accept anything done by them after Roger Waters left to pursue a solo career.
I find myself on the unpopular sides of these debates a lot. I think the Haggar years made the better Van Halen simply because Eddie was a far better guitar player in that era and they weren't doing a bunch of stupid cover tunes. So today I'll commit blasphemy in the eyes of many and say yes I do like the work of the drug fueled band after Water's departure. Deal with it.
So today good readers I bring you 'Learning to Fly'.
As probably none of you have noticed I did add a little music player to the sidebar. Granted the genres and quality are all over the board, but I hope you enjoy it. Unlike some bloggers (*cough* Pablog *cough*) I set it so it won't be blaring through your speakers/headphones as you bring up the site. Yes you will actually have to press play to listen. Imagine that concept.
"I confess I've never felt like a passenger." - Roger Waters