Strangely, two of these, 'Up the Junction' and 'Virginia Plain', also featured in the top 10 songs whose titles are only in the final words. There were disputes: Citizen Sane nominated 'Losing My Religion' by REM, but Stuart Ritchie and I ruled that it has a chorus. And no, there's no Bob Dylan. Editor's privilege
The former Pink Floyd man’s staging of The Wall is the highest-grossing solo tour ever. He tells Andy Gill why it still works so well
Allen Funt invented the television show Candid Camera in the late Forties, but before that he recorded conversations with irritable soldiers in a series called The Gripe Booth
Pink Floyd co-founder is backing independent nominee Bernie Sanders
Wembley Stadium at night suits The Wall. It feels oppressive and chaotic up in the stands of this aircraft hanger of a venue, and Roger Waters’ most literally monumental achievement has more self-loathing, rage and disgust in its bones than any other rock show that’s filled stadiums worldwide with people wanting to hear it.
The play Darkside was commissioned by BBC Radio 2 to mark the 40th anniversary of the band's Dark Side of The Moon album
Storm Thorgerson, the artist and designer of some of the most distinguished album covers in history, has died. He was 69.
Playwright Sir Tom Stoppard has written a new radio play inspired by Pink Floyd's Dark Side Of The Moon to mark the album's 40th anniversary.
Former Pink Floyd musician Roger Waters has announced a summer tour of The Wall in large open-air stadiums across Europe.
Wealthy guests at the Savoy Hotel will be allowed to take over Abbey Road and add amateur recordings to its heritage in a move that will horrify Beatles obsessives for whom the recording studios are sacred ground.
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You've already got the album on vinyl, cassette and CD.
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As the world celebrates Dylan's 70th birthday, the star known as the 'British Bob' reminds John Walsh how it was he who taught Lennon and McCartney a thing or two, prompted the Pop Art movement and even instigated our very own Summer of Love
There's a weird, paradoxical moment right at the end of Roger Waters' epic staging of The Wall, when the musicians perform the final song on acoustic instruments in front of the tumbled bricks. It obviously represents a reaffirmation of simple, intimate human values in the face of massive information media onslaught – ie exactly the kind of spectacle to which we have just been subjected. This is surely the most indulgently self-defeating show ever staged.