The Division Bell

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The Division Bell is the latest Pink Floyd album to date. It deals with the concepts of alienation and lack of communication. It was musically the creation of mainly David Gilmour with contributions form the other members of the group. This was the most successful Pink Floyd album post Roger Waters. The album features two statues facing each other in a field in Eely, a rural town in Cambridgeshire, UK.