One of the things that I asked for—I suggested that, because, whoever
the 30 million of you are who subscribe to the webpage, you do so
because of the body of work that the five of us created. That’s Syd
[Barrett], me, Nick [Mason], and David, over a number of years. And,
in consequence, it seems to me, that it would be fair and correct if
we should have equal access to you all and be able to share our
projects…. David thinks he owns it. I think he thinks that because I
left the band in 1985 that he owns Pink Floyd, that he is Pink
Floyd, that, really, I’m irrelevant and I should keep my mouth shut.
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