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Pink Floyd to Pandora: Wish You Weren’t Here

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It might be hard to get the remaining members of Pink Floyd to reunite to create music, but, well, when it comes to money, they did have a bit of a reunion.

According to ultimateclassicrock.com, Roger Waters, David Gilmour and Nick Mason have written an op-ed piece in USA Today attacking Pandora for their efforts to cut royalty rates for online radio by 85 percent.

“It’s a matter of principle for us,” they wrote, citing that the “services should fairly pay the artists and creators who make the music at the core of their businesses.”

I couldn’t agree more, how about you?

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