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Full details emerge of Pink Floyd’s new album, The Endless River

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    With just a month to go until its release, we’re learning more details of Pink Floyd’s first new album in 20 years, The Endless River. The full album credits recently surfaced online (via Reddit), revealing a few interesting tidbits.

    For one, theoretical physicist Stephen Hawking appears on the album track titled “Talkin’ Hawkin'”. Hawking’s electronic voice was previously featured on The Division Bell track “Keep Talking”, leading some fans to speculate that “Talkin’ Hawkin'” serves as that track’s sequel.

    Other interesting takeaways: Richard Wright (who passed away in 2008) is listed as writer or co-writer for 12 tracks and David Gilmour sings lead vocals on “Louder Than Words” and backing vocals on three other tracks. In addition, UK-based electronic string quartet Escala is featured on “Louder Than Words”. Click here to see the full credits.

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    The Endless River arrives November 10th via Columbia Records. Below, listen to the latest audio preview of the album. The full tracklist follows.

    The Endless River Tracklist:
    01. Things Left Unsaid
    02. It’s What We Do
    03. Ebb And Flow
    04. Sum
    05. Skins
    06. Unsung
    07. Anisina
    08. The Lost Art of Conversation
    09. On Noodle Street
    10. Night Light
    11. Allons-y (1)
    12. Autumn’68
    13. Allons-y (2)
    14. Talkin’ Hawkin’
    15. Calling
    16. Eyes To Pearls
    17. Surfacing
    18. Louder Than Words

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