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In an interview to promote the album, set for November 10, the band says that there's no more music they will share in the future after the death of another member Rick Wright.
The British rock band's first new album in 20 years will feature 18 songs they recorded during the making of their 1994 effort 'The Division Bell'.
The project is based on the 1994 recording sessions with Rick Wright and it's 'his swansong and very beautiful.'
David Gilmour calls the late graphic genius 'a shoulder to cry on and a great friend' both at work and in private, while Nick Mason remembers him as a 'tireless worker right up to the end.'
There is a new contract that will have the band under a certain agreement five years long.
The rock band won the case against EMI again, with the officials stating the deal was put in place to preserve the band's integrity.
The band felt it wasn't right to turn the charity event 'into a big deal just because Jemima Khan was in attendance.'
The actress reveals that meeting up with the band reminds her of her late father, saying 'I get a little emotional every time I see one of them, because it's like, 'Will there be another story?' '
After singing 'To Know Him Is to Love Him', 'Comfortably Numb' and 'Wish You Were Here', the band were given the cash-offer to perform 'Another Brick in the Wall.'
Although bandmate Roger Waters is more than willing to reunite, David is not interested so the band can't actually fully reform.
After receiving numerous criticism of their reworking of Pink Floyd's 'Dark Side of the Moon', The Flaming Lips state they 'love that controversy and welcome any enemies.'
The rock icon, who file lawsuit against bosses at record label EMI over online royalty payment, have won the case as the company is ordered to pay them 60,000 dollars.
The rock icon battle bosses at record label EMI over online royalty payments, challenging the parties to 'unbundle' the band's album and sell individual tracks online.
The 'Love Story' singer has put her lucky number 13 guitar up for online auction, which will be closed on February 26.
John Lydon admits that he was once offered by the music legends to help them re-recording their album 'Dark Side of the Moon' but he turned down the request since he didn't want to be pretentious.