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The Pros And Cons Of Hitch Hiking

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Download links and information about The Pros And Cons Of Hitch Hiking by Roger Waters. This album was released in 1984 and it belongs to Rock genres. It contains 12 tracks with total duration of 42:09 minutes.

Artist: Roger Waters
Release date: 1984
Genre: Rock
Tracks: 12
Duration: 42:09
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Tracks

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No. Title Length
1. 4:30AM (Apparently They Were Travelling Abroad) (Album Version) 3:12
2. 4:33AM (Running Shoes) (Album Version) 4:08
3. 4:37AM (Arabs With Knives And West German Skies) (Album Version) 2:17
4. 4:39AM (For The First Time Today, Part 2) (Album Version) 2:02
5. 4:41AM (Sexual Revolution) (Album Version) 4:49
6. 4:47AM (The Remains Of Our Love) (Album Version) 3:09
7. 4:50AM (Go Fishing) (Album Version) 6:59
8. 4:56AM (For The First Time Today,, Part 1) (Album Version) 1:38
9. 4:58AM (Dunroamin, Duncarin, Dunlivin) (Album Version) 3:03
10. 5:01am (The Pros And Cons Of Hitch Hiking Hiking Part 10) (Album Version) 4:36
11. 5:06AM (Every Strangers Eyes) (Album Version) 4:48
12. 5:11AM (The Moment Of Clarity) (Album Version) 1:28

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When dissected carefully, The Pros and Cons of Hitch Hiking becomes a fascinating conceptual voyage into the workings of the human psyche. As an abstract peering into the intricate functions of the subconscious, Waters' first solo album involves numerous dream sequences that both figuratively and symbolically unravel his struggle with marriage, fidelity, commitment, and age at the height of a midlife crisis. While the songs (titled by the times in which Waters experiences each dream) seem to lack in musical fluidity at certain points, they make up for it with ingenious symbolism and his brilliant use of stream of consciousness within a subconscious realm. Outside from the deep but sometimes patchy narrative framework, the music slightly lacks in rhythm or hooks, except for the title track that includes some attractive guitar playing via Eric Clapton. David Sanborn's saxophone is another attribute, adding some life to "Go Fishing" and "The Pros and Cons of Hitch Hiking." But it's truly the imagery and the visual design of the album that is front and center, since the importance lies in what Waters is trying to get across to the audience, decorated somewhat casually by his singing and the music. With Pink Floyd, the marriage of Waters' concepts and ideas with the talented musicianship of the rest of the band presented a complete masterpiece in both thought and music, while his solo efforts lean more toward the conceptual aspects of his work. With this in mind, The Pros and Cons of Hitch Hiking continues to showcase Waters' unprecedented knack of addressing his darkest thoughts and conceptions in a most extraordinary fashion.