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It has also appeared on David’s solo tours and projects: David Gilmour , About Face , On An Island , Remember That Night , Live in Gdánsk , Rattle That Lock and David Gilmour Live At Pompeii .

One, two, Free Four!
S’cusi dove il bar? (What?)
Se para collo pou eine toe bar?
S’il vous plait ou est le bar? (Say it in English!)
Oi, where’s the fucking bar John? (Oh, now you’re talking!)
(Oh! Rule Britannia! Britannia rules the day)
Down! Go, Maggie!
Hammer, Hammer, Hammer, Hammer, now!

In 2011, Pink Floyd launched an ambitious reissue project called Why Pink Floyd…? spearheaded by multi-disc, rarity-laden box set reissues of Dark Side of the Moon , Wish You Were Here , and The Wall ; newly released exclusives included the original Alan Parsons mix of Dark Side , heavily bootlegged live tracks like "Raving and Drooling," and demos. Three years later, in 2014, The Division Bell was reissued to celebrate its 20th anniversary, but the bigger news was the announcement of a new album called The Endless River . Constructed using outtakes from the recording sessions for The Division Bell , the primarily instrumental album was co-produced by Gilmour , Roxy Music 's Phil Manzanera , Youth , and Andy Jackson , and featured heavy contributions from the late keyboardist Rick Wright along with new work from Gilmour and Mason . The Endless River saw release in November of 2014. Two years later, Pink Floyd released the mammoth box set The Early Years 1965-1972 , which combined 28 CDs, DVDs, and Blu-rays to tell a complete audio and visual picture of the band's first act; six of the box's seven volumes were released individually in March 2017. Released alongside the box was Cre/Ation: The Early Years 1967-1972 , a double-disc compilation of highlights from the set.

'Corrosion' was originally part of The Violent Sequence. 'Corrosion' is only to find on bootlegs.
'Circus Days' and 'Paradox' - both origin in illegal recordings from Royal Albert Hall February 6,

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