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Pink Floyd May Be The Next To Sell Their Music Catalog

LONDON - JULY 02: (L to R) David Gilmour, Roger Waters, Nick Mason and Rick Wright from the band Pink Floyd on stage at "Live 8 London" in Hyde Park on July 2, 2005 in London, England. The free concert is one of ten simultaneous international gigs including Philadelphia, Berlin, Rome, Paris, Barrie, Tokyo, Cornwall, Moscow and Johannesburg. The concerts precede the G8 summit (July 6-8) to raising awareness for MAKEpovertyHISTORY. (Photo by MJ Kim/Getty Images)

Could Pink Floyd be the next legacy artist to sell off their song catalog? According to a Bloomberg report, the band has “reached out to potential buyers” over the last few days. Pink Floyd’s catalog would be one of the sought-after on the market and worth a bundle – possibly in line with the $500 million Bruce Springsteen was paid for his catalog last year. What do you think Pink Floyd’s catalog would be worth?  Would the band even be able to reach a deal considering how Roger Waters and David Gilmour don’t get along?

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