WATCH: Roger Waters says Pink Floyd reunion 'would be f*cking awful'
Roger Waters recently joined Rolling Stone for a remote interview.
Waters reveals that he attempted to organize a sort of "peace summit" with David Gilmour and Nick Mason to pitch the idea of releasing a remastered version of the band's 1977 album, Animals.
“This was just, ‘Can we release the remastered vinyl version of Animals without it turning into the Third World War?’ Wouldn’t that be nice? I actually suggested going democratic. I said, ‘Why don’t we just have a vote? There’s only three of us.’ No, no, they wouldn’t have that.”
When the idea of a reunion came up, Waters is quite clear that, "it wouldn’t be nice. It would be fucking awful. Obviously if you’re a fan of those days of Pink Floyd, you would have a different point of view. But I had to live through it. That was my life."
Watch the full interview with Rolling Stone:
Waters' comments come after the announcement that vintage Pink Floyd concerts and rare footage would be posted to YouTube on a weekly basis. The first concert posted last week was Pulse, recorded live at London's Earl Court on October 20, 1994.
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