There’s a lot I don’t know about Pink Floyd, but I really like some of the Roger Waters albums. Yes, the "poppy" Dark Side of the Moon, and The Wall. I think this is some of the most depressing music of the 20th century, and I think it’s beatiful.

"The sun is the same, in a relative way, but you’re older. Shorter of breath, and one day closer to death."

"Hanging on in quiet desperation is the English way."

"I have grown older, and you have grown colder, and nothing is very much fun, anymore."

And, of course, to connect this post with the title of of this topic – "Time" has a great guitar solo.


"Finally, there can be no doubt that the one characteristic of ‘reality’ is that it lacks essence. That is not to say that is has no essence, but merely lacks it. (The reality I speak of here is the same one Hobbes described, but a little smaller.) Therefore the Cartesian dictum ‘I think, therefore I am’ might better be expressed ‘Hey, there goes Edna with a saxophone!’"

– Woody Allen

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