This is not intended to be a best-vs-worst-discussion, but which albums by Pink Floyd do you consider to be the most overrated and underrated ones? Here are my two cents: The Divison Bell is the album that got me to like Pink Floyd in the first place, and is one of my favorite PF albums. Not only because of its overall melodic purity, the masterpiece "High Hopes" or the spacy instrumental "Marooned", but also because it stands out (qualitywise) among most of the music that was released in the 90s - no wonder it sold to triple platinum within few years. Most of the negative criticism against The Division Bell (such as the D-grade from EW) appears to stem from the Gilmour/Waters controversy, applauded by people who have never even listened to the album themselves. The Wall is a good album, but it's IMHO not as great as many of the critics have claimed. It's my least favorite album from PF, less ambient than the others and with too much filling material. There are some great songs on it, but the album as a whole has gotten far more praise than it deserves.