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The Last Days Of Pink Floyd

Carol Clerk, Uncut, June 2004

They called it The Final Cut, and that’s what it was for Pink Floyd – The last album they would make with Roger Waters. For the prog-rock Fab Four, with band relations deteriorating fast, this signalled the end: Rick Wright had already departed and Dave Gilmour and Nick Mason were reduced to supporting roles as their creative figurehead wrestled with his anti-war opus. Twenty years on, talking exclusively to Uncut, Waters recalls the Fall of the Floyd Empire.

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