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M C : This isn't a 17 minute song, it's a 17 minute experience.

Fargoth Bosmer : 13:55 sick whole tone scale... plz like this so I can come back and find it again!

erin reilly : Water's lyrics are always dark, but there is something hopeful in Gilmour's guitar.

Sarthak Roy : Never trust a person who hates Pink Floyd. NEVER!

Dave Green : Guess it was about 76' or so, I was a member of the Kiss Army at 11 years old. My older brother, obviously annoyed at my musical taste gave me Dark Side of the Moon for Christmas. Listened to it went and played frisbee with all my kiss albums and never looked back. When this album came out, I think about a year later, it became my favorite. Lyrically, musically, this is Floyd in their prime. Oh fuck! I just told an old man story!

Ben mckernan : I remember my first time listening to this. The solo at 3:41 hit me like a truck, I wasn’t expecting something that powerful.

David Trvjiyo : If Salvador Dali's art had sound it would be Pink Floyd.

CARLOS GONZALEZ : Love sleeping with headphones on and jamming music..Woke up around 3am with this song playing. I was mesmerized by the tune in my half sleep half wake state...God is great!!!

jaysims528 : Doctor : You have 17 minutes to live.... Me: listen to this.

WhiteRussianrock : Who was born in a house full of pain Who was trained not to spit in the fan Who was told what to do by the man Who was broken by trained personnel Who was fitted with collar and chain Who was given a pat on the back Who was breaking away from the pack Who was only a stranger at home Who was ground down in the end Who was found dead on the phone Who was dragged down by the stone WHO WAS DRAGGED DOWN BY THE STONE.

Emma O : Does anyone else notice how the first couple verses basically tell you how to manipulate people? Cause that's pretty scary...

galaxy girl : When I'm older and got dementia or alzheimers, I will have it in my notes before I lose my mind for them to play me some Floyd. Guaranteed to snap me back into reality.

Blister Chicken : Animals is perhaps their most under-rated album.

William Jud Weiksnar : I'm tired of people saying there's great music being made today, you just have to know where to find it. There's nothing--nothing--like this being done today. Our generation was so spoiled!

Frank Abstract : dogs + shine on you crazy diamond = a higher state of consciousness

MindlessThe Klown : If humans ever send out another music recording into space to hopefully be found by another sentient species, this is the one.

Andreas Panas : I am not sure if they record real dogs barking or Roger Water barked lol

Francesca Mezzi : Maybe the greatest song of all times. And the lyrics...a punch right in the stomach.

Matthew Douglas : I can't honestly recall any other album that truly has changed my view on life. An album that makes me cry tears of joy, sadness and absolute rage all in one package of emotion. The pigs are the capitalist 1% enslaving us. The dogs do the bidding of the pigs and the sheep just keep quiet 😢

HeroT : Rip all those people who only know pink floyd because of the dark side of the moon album

Joaquín Lázaro Morales : The more I listen to it, the more I like it. Not only this song but many more. I’m Spanish and I’m discovering their amazing lyrics now. Better late than never!

Andrea Lindsey : when i need to get my head right I listen to Dogs.

Cristhecolt : You gotta be crazy, you gotta have a real need You gotta sleep on your toes, and when you're on the street You gotta be able to pick out the easy meat with your eyes closed And then moving in silently, down wind and out of sight You gotta strike when the moment is right without thinking And after a while, you can work on points for style Like the club tie, and the firm handshake A certain look in the eye and an easy smile You have to be trusted by the people that you lie to So that when they turn their backs on you, You'll get the chance to put the knife in You gotta keep one eye looking over your shoulder You know it's going to get harder, and harder, and harder as you get older And in the end you'll pack up and fly down south Hide your head in the sand, Just another sad old man All alone and dying of cancer And when you loose control, you'll reap the harvest you have sown And as the fear grows, the bad blood slows and turns to stone And it's too late to lose the weight you used to need to throw around So have a good drown, as you go down, all alone Dragged down by the stone (stone, stone, stone, stone, stone) I gotta admit that I'm a little bit confused Sometimes it seems to me as if I'm just being used Gotta stay awake, gotta try and shake off this creeping malaise If I don't stand my own ground, how can I find my way out of this maze? Deaf, dumb, and blind, you just keep on pretending That everyone's expendable and no-one has a real friend And it seems to you the thing to do would be to isolate the winner And everything's done under the sun And you believe at heart, everyone's a killer Who was born in a house full of pain Who was trained not to spit in the fan Who was told what to do by the man Who was broken by trained personnel Who was fitted with collar and chain Who was given a pat on the back Who was breaking away from the pack Who was only a stranger at home Who was ground down in the end Who was found dead on the phone Who was dragged down by the stone

Breeze Motors : When real artists made music NOT computers mixed with 3rd grade rhymes.... It's too late to lose the weight you used to need to throw around, So have a good drown, as you go down, alone, dragged down by the stone. AWESOME..!!

Istorija mitovi nauka : 3:41 that guitar just pulverized my heart

jaysims528 : This picture looks like a movie on LSD

Awas : all animals are equal but some animals are more equal than others

MinatoOnimaru : 2018 anyone...? BAH! i would listen to this song until the day i die, and my descendants too, and their descendants...

Whisky At Noon : Happy 41st to this masterpiece of an album.

Richter Belmont : I'm 16 years old and i've been introduced to pink floyd a few months ago by my dad and one of my best friends. They where light years away from today artists. They had were geniuses. Nobody will ever reproduce something like their music. Music is losing its magic.....

Abubakar Mehmood : Even the howling of the dogs sounds so touching and melodious! That's the thing with Floyd.. it's one complete universe, where every note, every instrument is like a divine arrangement, a perfect chaos as well as perfect harmony.

dane vore : David Gilmore is the greatest rock guitarist ever!

Marcos Brandão : You don't need drugs to enjoy Pink Floyd, because it is already a great trip.

Fhffcgh : Stoned

carson ford : The ending is so powerful

Chalo Riquelme : The best song, from the best Pink Floyd's album... ANIMALS is unreachable.

David Dollarhide : Well, looks like I'll be leaving soon. Really want to thank the band for a lifetime of wonderful music. Really meant a lot to me, and I really mean my thanks. Try to be nice to each other people. Good luck. See you all on the dark side of the moon. Don't be afeared.

Arthur Caminha : I don't know why, but I found myself playing a lot more Animals tracks lately. And I used to think it was the weakest album of the four classics. 🤔

River Phoenix : I guess it a bit underrated. I think "Animals" is better than "The Wall". But of course both of these albums are true masterpieces. Love that song. It's just amazing, one of the greatest PF tunes.

Sophia Kotsariadis : I own an original Vinyl for Animals. Best gift I've gotten.

Terrence Reardon and Friends Podcast Podcast : Never forget first hearing this song at age 9 in February 1985. My older brother was given this album for his 10th birthday but his music taste had shifted to New Edition and rap like Run DMC. Having already been a fan since age 7 for good (The Final Cut was my first Pink Floyd album) and had Dark Side of the Moon, The Wall and Wish You Were Here by February of '85 on cassette, my brother then told my mother I was loving the song so she bought me my own copy of Animals and I never stopped playing it (until the tape snapped in late 1986). Then my dad bought me an upgrade in '87 after my folks split then my mom bought me another in December of '89 at K-Mart and then first got my first CD copy in August, 1991 (was my third Floyd CD after Dark Side and Dance Songs were upgraded) and finally heard album uncut (Pigs was split in two on the US cassette). Today, I have the original vinyl (in NM condition as a collectors item) and 180 Gram LP and also the 2016 Pink Floyd Records/Sony Music CD reissue of 2011 remaster (with artwork mirroring original LP) and my best friend from college Danielle bought me the 2011 remaster as pressed on Parlophone/Warner Music from 2014 as a Christmas present in 2016. Animals is PERFECTION!

Endrid Cold : David Gilmore is THE ONLY guitarist whose solos actually contain lyrics. They sing a song all their own and never fail to amaze me ...

Rage Man : The greatest 17 minutes of my worthless existence.

1973stefant : Pink Floyd learned me the difference between listening to music, and hearing music. Those are worlds apart

Collin Shannon : Listen to this album on L. You'll never be the same

AlexXFresh : To know every part of a 17min long song after almost a decade of not listening to it says something very profound.

Klayton Von Kluge : Such a naturally beautiful transition to & fro the unusual bridge; brilliant use of electronica, as per usual with these guys, lyrics have that sardonic wit, tongue in cheek Style strat from Gilmour, yes; These guys, to this day, cannot be categorised in todays neat & sweet "genres" .... they are their own thing, indubitably. Pink Floyd Music is what emotions *sound* like. And of course, Pink Floyd are masters of the segue .. Very underrated stuff here tho, despite the mercurial numbers, I still say it's not as celebrated as could-should-would be

Trevor Roberts : That first 2 minutes is a trip. Brings back memories of basements with black lights and thick smoke.

Enrique Villareal : Maybe my favorite Floyd song. It is just all around perfect.