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Pink Floyd welcome To The Machine Hq[voldemort5][h33t Com] preview 0

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Pink Floyd were an English rock band who, in the late 1960s, earned

recognition for their psychedelic and space rock music, and in the 1970s,

as they evolved, for their progressive rock music. Pink Floyd\'s work is

marked by philosophical lyrics, sonic experimentation, innovative album

cover art, and elaborate live shows. One of rock music\'s most critically

acclaimed and commercially successful acts, the group has sold over 200

million albums worldwide, including 74.5 million certified units in the

United States.

Pink Floyd were formed in 1965, soon after Syd Barrett joined The Tea

Set, a group that consisted of architecture students Nick Mason, Roger

Waters, Richard Wright and Bob Klose. Klose left shortly after, but the

group had moderate mainstream success and were a popular fixture on

London\'s underground music scene. The erratic behaviour of Barrett

prompted his colleagues to add guitarist and singer David Gilmour to the

line-up. Following Barrett\'s departure, bass player and singer Roger

Waters became the lyricist and dominant figure in the band, which

thereafter achieved worldwide critical and commercial success with the

concept albums The Dark Side of the Moon, Wish You Were Here, Animals,

and rock opera The Wall.

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The Soldier Field stadium in Chicago. The band played here during their

1977 In the Flesh tour.

Wright left the band in 1979, and Waters in 1985, but Gilmour and Mason

(joined by Wright) continued recording and touring under the name Pink

Floyd. Waters used legal means to try to keep them from using the name,

declaring Pink Floyd a spent force, but the parties reached an

out-of-court settlement allowing Gilmour, Mason and Wright to continue as

Pink Floyd. The band again enjoyed worldwide success with A Momentary

Lapse of Reason (1987) and The Division Bell (1994), and Waters continued

as a solo musician, releasing three studio albums. Although for some

years relations between Waters and the remaining three members were sour,

the band reformed for what would be a final one-off performance at Live


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A live performance The Dark Side of the Moon at Earls Court, shortly

after its release in 1973. (l-r) David Gilmour, Nick Mason, Dick Parry,

Roger Waters

David Gilmour (b. 6 March 1946) was already acquainted with Barrett,

having studied modern language in the early 1960s at Cambridge Tech while

Barrett studied art. Gilmour had started playing guitar aged

thirteen,[13] and the two played together at lunchtimes, with guitars and

harmonicas. They later hitch-hiked and busked their way around the south

of France. Gilmour had also seen the Tea Set perform while playing in

Jokers Wild, at a party in Cambridge in October 1965. At an event near

the end of 1967 the band asked Gilmour to become the fifth member of Pink

Floyd. By coincidence Barrett had already suggested adding four new

members, in the words of Roger Waters, \"… two freaks he\'d met somewhere.

One of them played the banjo, the other the saxophone … [and] a couple of

chick singers\".Steve O\'Rourke, one of Bryan Morrison\'s assistants, gave

Gilmour a room at his house, and he was promised a salary of £30 per

week. One of Gilmour\'s first steps as a member of Pink Floyd was to

purchase a custom-made yellow Fender Stratocaster from an oft-frequented

music shop in Cambridge; the instrument became one of Gilmour\'s favourite

guitars throughout his career with Pink Floyd. Blackhill officially

announced Gilmour as the fifth member of Pink Floyd in January 1968.To

the general public he was now the second guitarist, but privately the

rest of the band saw him as Barrett\'s replacement, as the latter\'s

performances continued to ebb. One of Gilmour\'s first duties was to

pretend to play a guitar on an \"Apples and Oranges\" promotional film.

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Abbey road studio

In a demonstration of his frustration at being effectively sidelined,

Barrett tried to teach the band a new song \"Have You Got It Yet?\", but

changed the structure on each performance—making it impossible for them

to learn. Matters came to a head on the day they were due to perform in

Southampton. When somebody in the van asked if they should collect

Barrett, the response was \"No, fuck it, let\'s not bother\".

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Pink Floyd performing in the Refectory Hall at Leeds University. There

was a support act called Heavy Jelly.

Waters later admitted \"He was our friend, but most of the time we now

wanted to strangle him\". For a while Barrett still turned up to the

occasional gig, apparently confused as to what was happening in the band.

As a result of his de facto removal, Pink Floyd\'s partnership with Peter

Jenner and Andrew King was dissolved in March 1968. Barrett\'s departure

was officially announced on 6 April 1968. Jenner and King, who believed

that the creative spirit of Pink Floyd derived almost entirely from

Barrett, decided to represent him, and ended their relationship with Pink

Floyd. Bryan Morrison then agreed that Steve O\'Rourke should become Pink

Floyd\'s manager. Waters was determined not to let Barrett\'s removal

destroy the band,but although the changeover between Barrett and Gilmour

was something of a relief, it was also a difficult time for Gilmour, who

was forced to mime to Barrett\'s voice on the group\'s European television

appearances. Although Barrett had been their main songwriter, Waters and

Wright created new material, such as \"It Would Be So Nice\", and \"Careful

With That Axe, Eugene\". \"It Would Be So Nice\" was a commercial failure

despite some controversy over the inclusion of the words The Evening

Standard in the lyrics. The BBC refused to broadcast the song, and the

band had to spend extra money in the studio to change the word \'evening\'

to \'daily\'.They developed their new material while playing on the

University circuit, and were joined by road manager Peter Watts before

touring across Europe in 1968.

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A poster for Pink Floyd at the CIA-UFO club, 28 July 1967, by Hapshash

and the Coloured Coat (Below)

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\"Welcome to the Machine\" is the second song on Pink Floyd\'s 1975 album

Wish You Were Here. It is notable for its use of heavily processed

synthesizers and guitars, as well as a wide and varied range of tape


Music and lyrics by Roger Waters

Roger Waters - Bass guitar, backing vocals

David Gilmour - six and 12-string acoustic guitars, lead vocals

Richard Wright - EMS VCS 3, ARP String Ensemble synthesizer, Mini-Moog


Nick Mason - tympani, cymbals

Recorded January to July 1975 at Abbey Road Studios, London.


The song has been covered by metal band Shadows Fall on their album The

Art of Balance.

The song has been covered by Progressive metal band Queensrÿche on their

album Take Cover.

The penultimate level of the video game Ecco the Dolphin is named after

this song. It is set inside a gigantic alien device.

The Pink Floyd tribute band The Machine are named after this song and

they often use it as their opening number.

Tim Footman used the title for his book, Welcome to the Machine: OK

Computer and the Death of the Classic Album (2007, ISBN 1-84240-388-5).

The Radiohead album (1997) shares many musical and thematic elements with

Pink Floyd\'s mid-70\'s oeuvre, although members of Radiohead have resisted

the comparison.


Performed and Composed by Pink Floyd

Welcome my son, welcome to the machine.

Where have you been? It\'s alright we know where you\'ve been.

You\'ve been in the pipeline, filling in time,

provided with toys and Scouting for Boys.

You bought a guitar to punish your ma,

And you didn\'t like school, and you know you\'re nobody\'s fool,

So welcome to the machine.

Welcome my son, welcome to the machine.

What did you dream? It\'s alright we told you what to dream.

You dreamed of a big star, he played a mean guitar,

He always ate in the Steak Bar. He loved to drive in his Jaguar.

So welcome to the machine.

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