David Gilmour says the mere thought of bringing Pink Floyd back together causes him to '...break out in a cold sweat.' The Endless River, the release being called the band's final album, has become the most pre-ordered recording in history. The November 10th release was primarily recorded two decades ago, but Gilmour spent a good deal of time in recent months adding finishing touches to the project. Speaking with Rolling Stone, Gilmour expressed firm doubt that anything else worth releasing remains in the archive of recorded material from the group. As for the idea of reconstituting Floyd for new work or touring, Gilmour told RS, 'I'm really enjoying my life and my music. There's no room for Pink Floyd. The thought of doing any more causes me to beak out in a cold sweat.'