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  • Kevin Floore - When Pigs FlyAnimals is my favorite Pink Floyd album because it has so many dimensions. This is an album that one could sit and think about for hours or listen to while mopping the kitchen floor. Animals is a short album, only five songs and under forty-five minutes long, but contains more genius in the lyrics and music than most of today's ninety minute compilation discs. The thought-provoking lyrics and songs in Animals show Roger Waters at his creative best, while the guitar and other music in the album show the talents of Dave Gilmour and the rest of Pink Floyd.
    To call anything Pink Floyd made "underrated" is unfair. The band was one of the most popular groups of the seventies, and holds two albums on the Top Twenty Best Selling Albums of all time. However, Animals never got the public press it deserved, mainly due to the fact that none of the songs off the album could be played on the radio as singles. The five songs on the album are either under two minutes or more than ten, which does not appeal to everyone. Also, this album came between the two of the band's biggest albums, Wish You Were Here and The Wall. The production of Animals rivals that of Dark Side of the Moon, and Animals is an excellent example of Pink Floyd's creative and musical genius, which can be seen just by looking in the liner note artwork.
    The signature of Pink Floyd, however, is not their notoriety but their music. Animals contains five brilliant songs that with masterful guitar and drums and thought provoking lyrics. My favorite lines are found in the seventeen-minute masterpiece "Dogs," a bitter satire on money-hungry business people. These lines play on the life of these people, like "... In the end you'll pack up, fly down south, and hide your head in the sand; just another sad old man, all alone and dying of cancer." Another interesting lyrical point in the album is the numerous references to "the Stone." One could ponder the meaning of such mentions, or just enjoy the music. Also, the guitar solos in Animals, especially on "Dogs" and Sheep," will have you convinced that Dave Gilmour is the best guitarist of all time.
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