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Roger Waters could’ve given Keats and Wordsworth a run for their money, had they belonged to the same era. The poetic lyrics and whispered words together gave a profound meaning to their tunes. The band had an eye for art, the themes in their music was accompanied by some impressive visual effects. The famous prism was unanimously selected when the band required a simple, yet bold design. Wish You Were Here’s cover image consists of two businessmen meeting in the street, greeting each other with a handshake, where one man is on fire. The image was inspired by the idea that people conceal their true feelings, for fear of “getting burned.” This was a common phrase in the music industry, used often by artists denied royalty payments.
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They had a brilliant, epochal debut that defined psychedelic rock in the ground zero year of 1967. Piper at the Gates of Dawn is certainly one of the greatest debuts in rock history. But soon after its release, the main creative and songwriting force behind that album, Syd Barrett, went overboard with the acid eating and the other members came to find him unreliable. Their solution was to fire him and replace him with a fine guitarist in David Gilmour. But Syd’s absence left a serious void in the songwriting talent department. The Floyd spent the next 5 years floundering in a sea of moody, slow-tempo, atmospheric noodling and sound experiments that maintained their rep as a good band to provide the soundtrack for your drug trip, but the lack of memorable songs kept their audience at a cult level.