Roger Waters has continued his series of socially-a long way away online performances with a rendition of Crimson Floyd’s ‘Two Suns In The Sunset’.
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The performance is prefaced with the ominous message, “We’re at one hundred seconds to nighttime on the doomsday clock. Right here’s the closest the Human Flee has ever been to nuclear catastrophe.”
“That we allow Nuclear Weapons to exist in a world controlled by deranged sociopaths is, in itself, a deranged plot,” Waters mentioned in the video’s description.
“We’re many they are few. We would possibly presumably maybe staunch form negate no, to the overall MAD (Mutually Assured Destruction) madness. It makes zero sense and is potentially omnicidal.”
Witness the performance below:
‘Two Suns In The Sunset’ is the final song from Crimson Floyd’s 1983 document, ‘The Closing Carve’. The theory that album is the closing LP to feature Waters as a band member.
The contemporary video follows Waters’ rendition of ‘Mother’, but one more Crimson Floyd song, aid in Would possibly presumably maybe presumably also. In the video description for ‘Two Suns’, Waters mentioned he had an thought to web an album of the overall songs we did as encores on the US Them tour, a film of which used to be released closing week.
Following the open of the ‘Mother’ video, Floyd criticised outdated bandmate David Gilmour for “banning” him from the crew’s internet relate material.
“Why is that this video not readily obtainable on an internet relate material that calls itself the Crimson Floyd internet relate material? Smartly, the resolution to that is on legend of nothing from me is on the web relate material. I’m banned by David Gilmour from the internet relate material,” Waters mentioned in a video posted to his Twitter.
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