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The Violent Sequence song meanings
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    General Comment'The Violent Sequence' is a instrumental piece on with a duration of almost 20 minutes. It was made for the film 'Zabriskie Point', but not used. It was played live for the first time in Birmingham February 11, 1970. You can recognise parts of several songs, including 'Heart Beat, Pig Meat' and what would later become 'Us And Them'. Another part of the song was later played live and called: 'Corrosion'.

    The recording of 'The Violent Sequence' can be found on the bootleg: 'Violence in Birmingham'.
    *JoSIe*on October 18, 2006   Link
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    General CommentThis gives me the chills.

    Alan Parsons deserves just as much credit for the album although I feel that the band had a lot of control in which tracks to include (everyone kept a finger on their favorite tracks).

    Dark Side of the Moon shows how jamming and raw ideas can be polished and refined into something truly incredible.

    The combination of lyrics and music is incredible. People will listen to it 100 years from now.

    The album shows how far multi tracking technology came from Les Paul to the Beatle's mono recordings.

    Dark Side of the Moon is art.

    Copy paste it's easy. I almost feel like everyone should record an analog track.

    And everyone should have to splice tape.
    bkabbotton January 14, 2013   Link

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