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When Roger Waters called a Pink Floyd album horrible and embarrassing.

Roger Waters was a co-founder and historical member of the British music group Pink Floyd, in which he served primarily as bassist and vocalist.

Waters was also the historical author and creator of the underlying themes of some of the group's most famous albums such as "The Dark Side of the Moon", "The Wall" or "Animals". After becoming leader of the group, Roger Waters left band in 1985, pursuing a solo career.

A curious anecdote about a statement Waters made in the 1980s, in a famous interview with Times in which he had said, ""Atom Heart Mother", here is a perfect example of an album that should be thrown in the trash can and never listened to again. It's really horrible and embarrassing."

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Roger Waters is the experience with the Pink Floyd
Roger Waters was a co-founder and longtime member of the British music group Pink Floyd, in which he served primarily as bassist and vocalist. Pink Floyd was founded in 1965 in London. In addition to Waters, the group was founded by Syd Barrett, Nick Mason and Richard Wright. In 1967 David Gilmour joined , which later took the place of Barrett.
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Roger Waters and its role in the band
Waters was also the historical author and creator of the underlying themes of some of the group's most famous albums such as "The Dark Side of the Moon", "The Wall" or "Animals". After becoming leader of the group, Roger Waters left band in 1985, pursuing a solo career.
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Opinion on Atom Heart Mother
Curious is an anecdote about a statement Waters made in the 1980s, in a famous interview with Times in which he had said, ""Atom Heart Mother", here is a perfect example of an album that should be thrown in the trash can and never listened to again. It's really horrible and embarrassing."
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"Atom Heart Mother" the fifth studio album by Pink Floyd
"Atom Heart Mother" was the fifth studio album by Pink Floyd, released in 1970 and also known for being the first album by band to reach No. 1 in the UK charts. The album is also known for being the first released by a major record label not to have the group's name on the cover.
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Negative opinion also for David Gilmour
Even David Gilmour was not particularly soft in judging this album. The musician stated that: "The album was a pile of garbage. We were really in a downward phase. I think we really scraped the bottom of the barrel at that time."
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