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Britannia Row, the former recording studio used by Pink Floyd when recording Animals (1977), The Division Bell (1994) and portions of the monumental double album The Wall (1979) was once owned in equal shares by band members.  Nick Mason eventually ended up as the sole owner and relocated the studio equipment when he sold the the former Victorian era warehouse to a building management firm in the 1990's.  Some recording was still done in the studio, including Jimmy Page and Robert Plant's Walking To Clarksdale album in 1998. The local council has now approved a proposal that allows for the conversion of the studio into a mixed luxury residential/commercial space. 

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