The final round of the June 2013 Ultimate Classic Rock Hall of Fame voting pits the Doors vs. Pink Floyd in a truly epic match-up. Each month, our readers will determine which of eight legendary artists or bands is immortalized forever for their contributions to classic rock history.
We're sorry. Some of the choices we ask you to make during the Ultimate Classic Rock Hall of Fame voting are just too difficult -- perhaps none more so than this particular match-up featuring Pink Floyd and Jimi Hendrix. Each month, our readers will determine which of eight legendary artists or bands is immortalized forever for their contributions to classic rock history.
So, what do a legendary British progressive rock band do for a second act when they're recording their first album after the loss of one of their most important members? They turn to rap, obviously -- at least, that's what producer Bob Ezrin suggested to Pink Floyd when they were recording
Pink Floyd brought progressive music to the mainstream. And we are forever indebted to them for that.
Before Pink Floyd changed the world of music forever with the release of their 1973 megaseller 'The Dark Side of the Moon,' they were a psychedelic group that turned to prog after original frontman Syd Barrett's burned out, quite literally.
'The Dark Side of the Moon' warped minds too, but in les
During our wild, misspent youth, many of us took in the occasional Pink Floyd laser light show. Now that we're older, wiser, and (thanks partly to those laser-induced munchies) a little fatter, maybe it's time to give Pink Floyd laser light yoga a try.
Two legends with strongly contrasting styles butt heads in the opening round Ultimate Classic Rock Hall of Fame battle between Pink Floyd and Janis Joplin. Each month, our readers will determine which of eight legendary artists or bands is immortalized forever for their contributions to classic rock history.
Years of battling between Roger Waters and David Gilmour over the direction of Pink Floyd had drained their partnership of its creativity. Rogers quit formally in December of 1985, assuming that would end the group. When the band started worki
Artist Storm Thorgerson, who created some of the most iconic album covers in rock music history, has died. The designer -- whose creations included the prism artwork on the cover of Pink Floyd's 'The Dark Side of the Moon' -- passed away peacefully on Thursday.
It can't be easy paying tribute to Pink Floyd. The original band not only has a specific style that's quite difficult to replicate, they're equally as famous for their elaborate lighting rigs and multimedia stage presentations. That doesn't exactly lend itself to a low-budget tribute in
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