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Roger Waters: "...a rage for simple vengeance"

Phil Sutcliffe, Q, January 1987

After all those nights of psychedelic love and peace at the UFO and the Middle Earth in '67, Pink Floyd have ended up — like so many of their similarly successful contemporaries — in the law courts. They are currently paying enormous sums to specialist lawyers in order to politely tear themselves apart by proxy.

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