The Best Pink Floyd Songs By Roger Waters

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He Was The Center Piece Of The Band


Roger Waters had managed to define the Pink Floyd sounding and his songwriting skill was indeed one of the fuels of the band’s success.

We look back at the “Best Pink Floyd Songs By Roger Waters.”

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1. Money (1973)

The masterpiece that made Pink Floyd ahead from everyone else, and they is a testament that they are not from this world.

2. Brain Damage/Eclipse (1973)

All we can conclude is that the quote at the end is legendary! “I’ll see you on the dark side of the moon.”

3. Hey You (1979)

Hey You is a message, Pink Floyd is asking like, “Hey You, listen to Pink Floyd to fly to the world of fantasy.”

4. Set The Controls Of The Heart Of The Sun (1968)

Nick Mason’s favorite Pink Floyd track — his drumming tells it so, and Roger’s work did a very impressive work here.

5. Sheep (1977)

Roger Waters knew what was going on with the world, and he’s trying to warn people.

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