On this date in 1994, Pink Floyd came out with 'The Division Bell' album.
While it's hard to top previous Floyd albums, this one ranks up there as one of the best in my opinion.

'The Division Bell' became the bands fourth number one album.
It is their 14th LP and the last studio effort.
Richard Wright and David Gilmore wrote most of the tunes.

So many great songs, and interpretations can be made in so many ways including references to issues between Roger Waters and the band, but was it really?
You can take any of these songs and relate to your personal life, from 'High Hopes', 'Keep Talking', 'Lost for Words' and 'What Do You Want from Me.'

It's an awesome Pink Floyd album, and it's one that you can never tire of.
Check out this chilling video of the band performing 'High Hopes' at the Royal Festival Hall and 'Keep Talking' from a 1994 show at Earl´s Court in London.