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Fans of A Saucerful Of Secrets and Ummgumma are apt to like the album Pink Floyd will release in October more than those that prefer the more song structured approach used on the majority of albums that followed, The Sun has learned from a source familiar with The Endless River, the album culled from sessions recorded in the mid 90's, features '...lengthy instrumentals rather than straight-up Rock' and describes the material on it as '...very spacey'. One song does include a vocal by David Gilmour, and long-time backup singer  Durga McBroom-Hudson has confirmed that she sang on some of the tracks on the album. The source also expects this will be the last thing the surviving members of the group ever do as a band, saying that even a reunion tour that, '...would probably be the highest grossing tour in history', is not apt to get David Gilmour to change his mind about reuniting with Roger Waters and Nick Mason.

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