Plenty of Floyd in new Classic Rock magazine
Written by Matt   
Tuesday, 20 September 2005

The UK's Classic Rock Magazine yet again features an array of Pink Floyd coverage, in its October 2005 issue, which is hitting newsagent shelves this week. There's eleven pages of Floyd articles and pictures, described thus:

Pink Floyd - After years of bitter fighting, Roger Waters finally left Pink Floyd in late 1985. Yet the circumstances of his departure were bizarre, to say the least. There was also a huge question mark over the ownership of the famous pigs. Classic Rock looks back to the time when:
- K.A.O.S. reigned
- A Brief Madness - Record producer, peacemaker, friend Bob Ezrin has been all of these things to the members of Pink Floyd past and present. Classic Rock collars the co-producer of The Wall, A Momentary Lapse Of Reason and The Division Bell to discuss Floyd's 1987's resurrection album
- Stormy Waters - Pink Floyd album cover artist Storm Thorgerson wasn't happy when Roger Waters brought in Gerald Scarfe for the sleeve to The Wall. But once Waters had left the band, Thorgerson was welcomed back. Here the Hipgnosis legend offers his perspective on Floyd's strained relationships
- Tales Of Ordinary Madness - Pink Floyd. Two words synonymous with either Roger Waters or David Gilmour. But that shouldn't be the case. Classic Rock investigates the real lost genius of the darkest of bands.

The magazine should now be available in UK stores, and in selected outlets worldwide as an import. Our thanks to John Johnstone for his help bringing this story to you.