They serve as bookends to the instrumental track " Terminal Frost ", and feature David Gilmour 's voice, electrically distorted, through a vocoder and a rising synth note. The narrator seems to express weariness with a lifetime spent in one body, waiting for the moment of death, but seeks consolation in the fact that this "waiting" will eventually end.
A New Machine has a sound I've never heard anyone do. The noise gates, the Vocoders, opened up something new which to me seemed like a wonderful sound effect that no one had done before; it's innovation of a sort. The two songs were the first Pink Floyd songs to be credited solely to David Gilmour since " Childhood's End ", from their album Obscured by Clouds.
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