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One of the most eye-catching of Pink Floyd's concert posters from 1970: #PinkFloyd  #PinkFloydLive 

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Run like hell - there's just one week to go! If you are going to see @PinkFloydTMR  (The Pink Floyd Exhibition: Their Mortal Remains) in Madrid, Spain, you'd better hurry... details at .

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Pink Floyd were amongst the attractions to the first event to be held at London's Roundhouse, and managed to close the show by blowing out the power in the middle of Interstellar Overdrive!

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Pink Floyd have unearthed the in-concert film that appeared on screens during the band’s performance of “Money” on their 1994 tour. Watch here

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See the in-concert film Pink Floyd used to play during "Money" back in 1994

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[📻] Un himno de Pink Floyd: En@Cooperativa  escuchamos “Another Brick in the Wall” #EresCooperativa 

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One of the most eye-catching of album covers from 1987 - Pink Floyd's A Momentary Lapse Of Reason, released on this day. The image was inspired by a lyric in Yet Another Movie...

Regardless of what Pink Floyd ever told you, there is no “Dark Side of the Moon" — all sides receive sunlight. Lunar days last a month. But there is, however, a permanent Far Side & Near Side.

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Event: On Monday, 2 Sept at 6pm, Roger Waters of Pink Floyd will perform 'Wish You Here' for Julian#Assange  outside the Home Office (interior ministry) in Marsham Street in the heart of London.

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On Monday, 3 Sept, Roger Waters of Pink Floyd will perform his classic 'Wish You Here' for Julian#Assange  outside the Home Office (interior ministry) in Marsham Street in the heart of London. I will be speaking. Join us at 6pm in solidarity with Britain's political prisoner.

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“There is no Dark Side of the Moon. It’s all Dark” -Pink Floyd (1973)

"Resist the attempted silencing of @JulianAssange " --Roger Waters (Pink Floyd) concert this evening.

...we came in? Today in 1979, Pink Floyd The Wall was released, the first stage in a multi-faceted project including film and stage show.

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Linda McCartney, Paul McCartney and Pink Floyd’s David Gilmour at a Led Zeppelin concert, in the 70's.

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