Stephen Hawking Is On New Pink Floyd Album

Posted: Oct 9 2014, 2:14am CDT | by , in News | Also on the Geek Mind

Stephen Hawking is on New Pink Floyd Album
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Famous physicist Stephen Hawking is listed in the credits of the upcoming new Pink Floyd album.

Pink Floyd is releasing a new album in 20 years in November. The new Pink Floyd album is titled "The Endless River." The album of the legendary band will drop on November 7/10.

Stephen Hawking is listed in the album credits. There is a track called Talkin' Hawkin' on the new album. Looks like Pink Floyd sampled his computer voice for that track. This is not the first time the band used Hawking's voice. The album The Division Bell had a track titled Keep Talking. The new track is likely someway related.

The band has released two teaser videos of the new album watch and listen to them below.

The Endless River has 18 new tracks. You can pre-order the album already on iTunes as deluxe and standard edition.

Pink Floyd was founded back in 1965. Albums like The Wall and The Dark Side of the Moon are their most successful productions. The Division Bell from 1994 was their last album. Some band members have already died. The Endless River album is based on material the band recorded back in 1993 when they recorded The Division Bell. Via Wikipedia.

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