Let's be frank: Pigs and Pyramids adds absolutely nothing to the "tributemania" surrounding the music of Pink Floyd. These renditions stick too closely to the originals to leave room for personal interpretation. The album is heavy in the guitar department, featuring, among others, Ronnie Montrose, Gary Hoey, Dweezil Zappa, and a very inspired Robben Ford in "Any Colour You Like. Mike Porcaro and Tony Levin (stuck with the untouchable "Money" riff) appear on bass, while Gregg Bissonette, Vinnie Colaiuta, and Aynsley Dunbar are among those taking care of the drums.
Released date 28 April 2008. Labels Hydra Head Records.
Electric Ladyland by Various Artists. supported by 12 fans who also own Pyramids. Awesome compilation with stunning artwork, would love to have a series like this where contemporary bands tackle classic tracks. Mos Generator track is immense Michael Henaghan. Elephant Tree by Elephant Tree. supported by 11 fans who also own Pyramids. AbNormal Listening Habits. Filaments by Supervoid.
Pyramids is the debut studio album by American post-rock band Pyramids. The album features a second remix disc with notable contributions from artists such as Jesu and James Plotkin. Studio album by Pyramids. Experimental, post-rock. Disc 1. Disc 2 - Remixes.