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This album was the Album of the Week from 12 April 2010 to 18 April 2010
Album by Pink Floyd.
  1. Cluster One
  2. What Do You Want from Me
  3. Poles Apart
  4. Marooned
  5. A Great Day for Freedom
  6. Wearing the Inside Out
  7. Take It Back
  8. Coming Back to Life
  9. Keep Talking
  10. Lost for Words
  11. High Hopes

Alternate Covers


  • David Gilmour: guitars, vocals, bass, keyboards and programming
  • Nick Mason: drums and percussion
  • Richard Wright: keyboards and vocals
  • Produced by Bob Ezrin and David Gilmour
  • Mixed by Chris Thomas and David Gilmour
  • Jon Carin: keyboards, synthesizers and programming
  • Guy Pratt: bass
  • Gary Wallis: played and programmed percussion
  • Tim Renwick: guitars
  • Dick Parry: tenor saxophone
  • Bob Ezrin: keyboards and percussion
  • Backing Vocals: Sam Brown, Durga McBroom, Carol Kenyon, Jackie Sheridan and Rebecca Leigh-White

Recording credits

  • Recording and mixing engineer: Andrew Jackson
  • Orchestra arranged by Michael Kamen
  • Orchestrations by Michael Kamen and Edward Shearmur
  • Orchestra recorded by Steve McLaughlin
  • Recorded at Astoria recording studio, London; Brittania Row recording studios; Abbey Road recording studios; Metropolis studios; The Creek recording studios (Engineer Keith Grant)
  • Mixing assisted by the EFOST monitoring system
  • Assistant engineer at Astoria: Jules Bowen
  • With thanks to: Polly Samson, Nick Laird-Clowes, Douglas Adams, Anthony Moore, Stephen Hawking

Design credits

  • Cover design Storm Thorgerson
  • Sculptures by Aden Hynes and John Robertson
  • From drawings by Keith Breeden
  • Photography Tony May, with Rupert Truman and Stephen Piotrowski
  • Graphics Peter Curzon, with Ian Wright
  • Illustrations by John Whitely and Sally Norris

Other credits

  • Earth noises: G William Forgey
  • General technical and musical instrument supervision: Phil Taylor
  • Drum Technician: Clive Brooks
  • (Thanks to Paiste Cymbals and Drum Workshops L.A.)
  • Mastered at the Mastering Lab L.A. by Doug Sax and James Guthrie

Publius Enigma

The Publius Enigma is an obscure mystery involving a riddle or a series of riddles proposed in connection with Pink Floyd's 1994 album The Division Bell. It originated and has been followed predominantly on the Internet and began, according to some sources, as a Web-based contest implemented to promote the album and its tour. Although the true nature of the puzzle has never been revealed and the consensus is that it was largely abandoned by its creators, the challenge remains unresolved as of 2009 and the matter has yet to be brought to an official conclusion.

External links

Albums: The Piper at the Gates of Dawn (1967)A Saucerful of Secrets (1968)Ummagumma (1969)Atom Heart Mother (1970)Meddle (1971)The Dark Side of the Moon (1973)Wish You Were Here (1975)Animals (1977)The Wall (1979)The Final Cut (1983)A Momentary Lapse of Reason (1987)The Division Bell (1994)The Endless River (2014)

Singles: It Would Be So Nice (1968)Point Me at the Sky (1968)

Live Albums and Compilations: Relics (1971)A Collection of Great Dance Songs (1981)Delicate Sound of Thunder (1988)P•U•L•S•E (1995)Is There Anybody Out There? The Wall Live 1980-81 (2000)

Films: Pink Floyd: Live at Pompeii (1972)The Wall (1982)Delicate Sound of Thunder (1989)La Carrera Panamericana (1992)P•U•L•S•E (1995)

Soundtracks More (1969)Obscured by Clouds (1972)

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