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Pink Floyd drifts toward nothingness on 'The Endless River'
Pink Floyd drifts toward nothingness on 'The Endless River'

Is it still possible, in the age of free digital streaming, for a band to rip off its audience? The new Pink Floyd album – or, more precisely, the “new” “Pink Floyd” “album” – makes you think so. The pioneering psychedelic rock group’s first studio record in 20 years, “The Endless River” compiles brushed-up instrumental outtakes from 1994’s “The Division Bell,” itself a late-career document that felt like a collection of scraps cobbled together by the guys left behind after Roger Waters quit a decade earlier. The band lost another member in 2008 when keyboardist Rick Wright died, which means that Pink...

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