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Now, you or someone you love, can be the sole owner of any Pink Floyd moment, past, present or future.

For example, imagine giving your loved one the minute you first met Pink Floyd, the minute Pink Floyd was born or another meaningful Pink Floyd moment.

Now you can give that exact date and time, beautifully presented in its very own framed 'Certificate of Ownership' from the 'Universal Time Registry' for just £9.99 + p&p.

Once that minute has been taken by you, it's yours forever. Nobody else can own the same minute. This is truly a unique gift.

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Own a minute in the life of Pink Floyd

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    Pink Floyd
  • 5 August 1967 The band's debut album, "The Piper at the Gates", is released.
  • 2 March 1973 One of their most popular songs "Money" was released.
  • 24 March 1973 "The Dark Side of the Moon" was released.
  • 23 January 1977 The album "Animals" was released, which quickly reached the top 3 of Billboard Charts.
  • 12 May 1977 1st quadrophonic concert (Pink Floyd in London).
  • 2 May 1980 Pink Floyd's "Another Brick in Wall (Part II)" is banned in South Africa.
  • 12 February 1982 A film entitled "Pink Floyd: The Wall" was released, incorporating almost all of the music from the album, It grossed over US$ 14 million at the North American box office.
  • 7 September 1987 "A Momentary Lapse of Reason" was the band's first release after Roger Water’' official departure from the band in 1985.
  • 11 March 1994 The "Meddle" is certified double platinum.
  • 30 March 1994 "The Division Bell" - It was the second Pink Floyd album to reach #1 on both the UK and U.S. charts, Pink Floyd have not released any new studio material or toured since then.
  • 16 November 2005 Floyd were inducted into the UK Music Hall of Fame.

Pink Floyd: A Psychedelic Legend

Pink Floyd, an English rock band, actually for originally derived from a band that was formed in 1964 known as Sigma 6. At various times throughout the next few years the same band was also known as The Screaming Abdabs, The Abdabs and the Meggadeaths. That band eventually split up; however, some members of the band eventually formed a new band. These members, Bob Klose, Nick Mason, Rick Wright and Roger Waters, were together known as Tea Set. Guitarist Syd Barrett joined them to become a primary vocalist. Shortly thereafter the group found themselves up against a band with the same name and on the spur of the moment improved a new name, the Pink Floyd Sound. The name was derived from blues musicians Pink Anderson and Floyd Council. Not long after they dropped the Sound entirely and simply became known as Pink Floyd. During the early days of the group’s formation they mainly focused on rhythm and blues staple songs; however, it was the psychedelic presentations they quickly became known for.

The group became more and more popular; however, Barrett’s health began to decline quickly in relation to his serious use of psychedelic drugs. This manifested itself in the form of some rather strange behavior. At the beginning of 1968 guitarist David Gilmour joined the band and began to take over more of Barrett’s duties. Barrett continued significant use of LSD and became more and more unpredictable. In the spring of 1968 he formally left the band. Returning to Cambridge, he remained there until he died in the summer of 2006. Pink Floyd went on to enjoy worldwide success with David Gilmour taking Barrett’s spot.

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