Pink Floyd – Us and Them


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A evening pause: Recorded live 1988. The song’s general hostility to war is an example of one of the greatest hallmarks of civilization. To make believe however that war is never necessary is to bow to those things that wish to destroy civilization, which is a most delicate thing.

Hat tip Mike Nelson.

PINK FLOYD – us and them – live delicate sound of thunder 1988 – YouTube from STEVE MCLEAN on Vimeo.

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