Household Objects

Original LP Cover.

Studio album by Pink Floyd
Released 29 November 1974
Recorded Abbey Road Studios; October 1973 - September 1974
Genre Progressive rock, experimental rock
Length 45:10
Label Columbia
Producer Pink Floyd, Alan Parsons, Ron Geesin
Pink Floyd chronology
Dark Side of the Moon
Household Objects
Wish You Were Here
1. "Crazy Party in the Living Room (Single Edit)" (Waters, Gilmour, Wright, Mason, Geesin)
Release: 12 December 1974

Household Objects is the tenth studio album by the English progressive rock band Pink Floyd, released on 29 November 1974.

The album was originated from a Pink Floyd project for creating music with homemade noises, such as hits, breaking glass, something being fried and etc.

Two songs were except that, using musical instruments, which were "Crazy Party in the Living Room" and "Sleepover".

The album was not as successful as its predecessor, but had high sales, impulsioned by your predecessor, reaching the #1 position at the British Album Charts and the Billboard 200,

The song "Crazy Party at the Living Room" was edited and released as a single. The "full-household" version of the song was released at the "Pink Floyd: Behind the Studio".

The Household Objects is the last album before the hiatus of the partnership Floyd-Geesin, until Metallic Spheres.

Track listing

Side One

No. Title Music Lead vocals Length
1. "Kitchen" Waters, Gilmour, Wright, Mason, Geesin Gilmour, Waters, Wright 20:14
Total Length: 20:14

Side Two

No. Title Music Lead vocals Length
1. "Noises on the Roof" Wright, Waters Wright, Waters 6:13
2. "Crazy Party at the Living Room" Waters, Gilmour, Wright, Mason, Geesin Waters, Mason, Wright, Gilmour 11:45
3. "Take a Shower" Gilmour Gilmour 4:19
4. "Sleepover" Waters Waters 2:39
Total Length: 24:56

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