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Pink Floyd Drummer Open To Reunion, Overestimates His Value To Proposed Reunion

Pink Floyd Drummer Open To Reunion, Overestimates His Value To Proposed Reunion

Pink Floyd drummer Nick Mason, who up until five minutes ago was an answer to a trivia question that I would have missed, is open to a reunion for charity with former bandmates David Gilmour and Roger Waters. Given that Mason is the only member of the band who has remained constant throughout its forty year history, but his absence wouldn't change the sound of Pink Floyd favorites for most fans. It's nice that Mason wants to get back together to raise some money for a good cause, but it would really be more newsworthy if he was somehow able to prevent a reunion from happening. Memory fails of a percussionist with that kind of power, save perhaps Phil Collins. [Rolling Stone]

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So exactly what was the point of that post?

Richard Slawsky

This has to be the most stupid article I have ever read.

Guillaume Labelle

The fact you don't know the name of the drummer of one of the world's most iconic bands speaks more to your own irrelevance, not Nick Mason's. But nice effort to try to generate some readership by mentioning Pink Floyd, even if it took your own embarrassing ignorance to do it.

Mojo

Pete Rivera of Rare Earth (drummer, vocalist) would qualify as a drummer that was that important to the band, but not for his drumming :)

Clifffdog

"an answer to a trivia question that I would have missed"? Wow, you got problems Mike.

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