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"The Piper at the Gates of Dawn," released on August 5, 1967, is Pink Floyd's debut album. Its psychedelic/space rock sound will leave you giggling or rocking back and forth, or both. Tracks include:

Astronomy Domine
Lucifer Sam
Matilda Mother ("Oh, Mother. Tell me more.")
Flaming ("Yippee! You can't see me, but I can you.")
Pow R. Toc H.
Take Up Thy Stethoscope and Walk
Interstellar Overdrive
The Gnome
Chapter 24
The Scarecrow
Bike ("I know a mouse and he hasn't got a house, I don't know why I call him Gerald.")
Respect the awesomeness of "The Piper at the Gates of Dawn" and you shall be respected in turn.
by RGar May 12, 2008
"Astronomy Domine," composed by Syd Barrett, is the first track on Pink Floyd's 1967 album, The Piper at the Gates of Dawn. Complete with beeping, mind-blowing instrumentals, and the naming of celestial bodies, "Astronomy Domine" is an awe-inspiring example of psychedelic and space rock.
Astronomy Domine reduced her to hysterical giggling.
by RGar May 13, 2008
"Astronomy Domine," composed by Syd Barrett, is the first track on Pink Floyd's 1967 album, The Piper at the Gates of Dawn. Complete with beeping, mind-blowing instrumentals, and the naming of celestial bodies, "Astronomy Domine" is an awe-inspiring example of psychedelic and space rock.
Astronomy Domine

Lime and limpid green
A second scene
A fight between the blue
You once knew
Floating down the sound resounds
Around the icy waters underground
Jupiter and Saturn
Oberon Miranda and Titania
Neptune Titan
Stars can frighten you

Blinding signs flap flicker flicker flicker
Blam pow pow
Stairway scare Dan Dare
Who's there?

Lime and limpid green
The sound surrounds the icy waters under
Lime and limpid green
The sound surrounds the icy waters
Underground
by RGar May 12, 2008

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