‘Amused to Death,’ released on September 1, 1992, found Roger Waters returning to a tried-and-true formula. The result was his best solo album.
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Roger Waters’ ‘Radio K.A.O.S,’ released on June 15, 1987, was defined by a tangled narrative and plasticine production. Here’s why we like it, anyway.
Pink Floyd recorded its 1967 debut just one studio over from the Beatles at Abbey Road. But Roger Waters says that’s where the similarities end.
Released this week in 1983, ‘The Final Cut’ represented the novelization of Pink Floyd, its songs reduced to infrastructure for Roger Waters’ narratives.
Performance of Pink Floyd’s ‘Comfortably Numb’ almost went terribly wrong: ‘I could feel the wall moving’
Dave Kilminster had more to worry about than helping to recreate a Pink Floyd classic during Roger Waters’ epic presentation of ‘The Wall.’
Pink Floyd’s David Gilmour on taking over for Roger Waters: ‘Not a burden I was particularly relishing’
David Gilmour makes some frank admissions about assuming leadership of Pink Floyd after Roger Waters’ acrimonious departure.
Pink Floyd’s ugly split hasn’t soured Nick Mason on Roger Waters: ‘Still one of my oldest, dearest friends’
Roger Waters once replaced his school-age chum Nick Mason with another drummer, during the contentious sessions for Pink Floyd’s ‘The Final Cut.’
We review the elegiac, deeply moving “Louder Than Words,” as Pink Floyd finally puts to rest old arguments.
Roger Waters left Pink Floyd almost 30 years ago. But their new album has led to new questions about his involvement in the group.
Faithfull’s take on a Roger Waters song finds new depths of emotion.