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Sport Roger Waters calls ex-colleagues of Pink Floyd "Toxic"

20:15  17 september  2021
20:15  17 september  2021 Source:   rollingstone.de

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Roger Waters lets no good hair on David Glimour and Rick Wright, designates them as cheeky and snippish. So you can also exclude a Reunion also ...

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Roger Waters lets no good hair on David Glimour and Rick Wright, designates them as cheeky and snippish. So you can also exclude a reunion ...

Roger Waters is not just nostalgic if he thinks of his former pink-floyd bandmates.

In an interview in Marc Maron's "WTF" podcast, he explained that his separation from the group in 1985 was crucial to the development of his solo career. "It was really important that I hired myself then," says Waters. His buds were often "cheeky and snippish" because they felt small.

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No idea of ​​music?

His tape colleagues do not muse music, he added. "I was in a very toxic environment in which I was with some people - now, David [Gilmour] and Rick [Wright] always tried to pull me down. They always tried to cut me. "

The disputes between the musicians wanted to end any end, as well known, do not end. In the meantime, the door for a reunion also seems finally closed. "It's over, we're done," Gilmour said at the beginning of the year the "Guitar Player". "I am that Roger does what he wants, and that he is amused."

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