I promise this is not meant to provoke riots. I've never "gotten" Pink Floyd, and would love to hear exactly what people hear in them. I truly acknowledge that Gilmour is a great guitarist, and Waters writes some really intelligent lyrics, but to me their work has always sounded like endless dirge-tempo songs about alienation, interrupted only by variations on the same guitar solo. Does another instrument ever solo? Is there any humor? Anything fast? I know that they're also cited as psychedelic pioneers, but no Floyd I've heard has ever been as radically trippy as, say, "1983" or "Third Stone from the Sun" or "And the Gods Made Love" (Hendrix), "I Am the Walrus" or "A Day in the Life" or "Tomorrow Never Knows" or "Revolution no. 9" (Beatles) or even "Lumpy Gravy" by Zappa. I'm honestly looking to be educated here. Not trying to be a trouble-maker.