The next time you're ticking away the moments that make up a dull day, frittering and wasting the hours in an offhand way on the Internet, you can take some of the guesswork out of which websites are reporting your activity to the government.
There's no denying that streaming royalty rates are lower than those generated by physical sales. And according to the surviving members of Pink Floyd, the online streaming service Pandora is sneakily trying to make them even smaller.
While the long-standing rift between Roger Waters and the other two surviving members of Pink Floyd has prevented a true Floyd reunion, the trio banded together recently to speak out against an attempt to slash the royalty rate for online radio.
Hey, who doesn't like cranking up some Pink Floyd every now and then and playing some mean air guitar to 'Comfortably Numb'? But apparently a fan in England has taken his love of the band a little too far, a little too late in the night and a little too often.
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
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