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The projection twice suspended by Pink Floyd The Wall will be held on Friday March 5 at 20.30 pm in the Plaza de Pappo, John B.Fair and Boyac . The hope (if not raining) Pink Floyd Pink Floyd was a British rock band that earned recognition for their psychedelic music that, over time, evolved into progressive rock and symphonic rock. He is known for philosophical lyrics, sonic experimentation, innovative album cover art and elaborate live shows. It is one of the most important and influential bands of the rock scene with more than 300 million albums sold around the world. Initially the group was formed by guitarist Bob Klose, drummer Nick Mason, keyboardist / vocalist Richard Wright, bassist / vocalist Roger Waters and rhythm guitarist and lead vocalist Syd Barrett, who became the first leader of the band. However, his strange behavior caused by excessive consumption of drugs, especially LSD, made it replaced in 1968 by David Gilmour, crystallizing and classical training of the group without Klose, since this is not followed with Pink Floyd. Pink Floyd began with great success in the London underground scene in the late 60s, with main songwriter Syd Barrett. After mental health problems and the departure of the latter group, the singer and bass player Roger Waters gradually became the driving force and dominant in the first half of the ’70s, the era’s most successful sales of the band, until leaving it in 1985. In 1985, Waters declared Pink Floyd extinction, but the remaining members, led by Gilmour, continued to give life to the group to be sued by Waters because the naming rights to the band, as they continued recording and touring under the name of Pink Floyd while Waters thought the band name should no longer be used. After the trials, Waters won exclusive rights over all the imagery deployed in concert (including the famous flying pig) and rights to the audiovisual show of The Wall (excluding the three themes for the work Gilmour wrote: “Young Lust “” Run Like Hell “and” Comfortably Numb “). Justice will also recognized the rights of all the work included in The Final Cut, while the rest of the group could still use the name. After overcoming these legal problems, Gilmour, Mason and Wright enjoyed commercial success with A Momentary Lapse of Reason (1987), an album in which Wright participated as a keyboardist employee and not as a member of the band, and The Division Bell (1994) , last studio album of the group that already appeared Gilmour, Mason and Wright as members of the band. Waters, meanwhile, embarked on a solo career and is not reunited with Pink Floyd until 24 years later, on July 2, 2005 at the Live 8 concert in London. The Wall, the album The Wall is an album released in 1979.