The Endless River
A largely instrumental affair consisting of leftovers from Pink Floyd's last studio effort, 1994's The Division Bell, The Endless River is more of an archival title than full-blown new set. Not surprisingly, it doesn't contain any input from estranged co-founder Roger Waters. All this notwithstanding, it is their most devoted foray into psychedelia of the post-Waters era. The music boasts stretches -- the "Sum" > "Skins" > "Unsung" > "Anisina" sequence in particular -- during which Floyd channels the expansive dreamscapes heard on formative records More and Meddle.