When the remaining members of Pink Floyd split from co-founder Roger Waters, things were contentious. While the band held onto the majority of their album rights, Waters was the man who got to keep the rights to the iconography of both The Wall and Animals albums - two concepts that he had a vital hand in creating.
Since Floyd’s split, Waters has continued bringing the hit songs from both albums - and the iconic inflatable pig of Animals’ cover - with him through live concerts and sold-out performances worldwide. But just because he’s playing the old hits doesn’t mean that Waters is done creating new music, like his recently-released 2017 album, Is This the Life We Really Want?
Design Details Front
Roger Waters logo
Iconic flying pig from Animals
Animals text below
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