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Pink Floyd “Reunite” To Denounce Israel In Statement

Pink Floyd co-founder Roger Waters left the band in 1985, and he hasn’t done anything with the other members of Pink Floyd since playing a one-off show with the band at Live 8 in 2005. But Waters is a longtime critic of Israel’s treatment of Palestine. (Last year, he got into a public dispute with […]
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