Pink Floyd Wants To Sell Catalog, Wait Until You Hear The Price
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)

Pink Floyd is the latest act looking to sell the rights to its catalog.  The band reportedly is expected to bring in $500 million for the sale of its catalog of songs. Potential buyers include Warner Music and Sony Music. If (let’s be real, when) the rights are sold, Pink Floyd will be joining the likes of Bob Dylan, Fleetwood Mac, and Bruce Springsteen as artists who have sold rights to their catalogs. Do you think $500 million is a good amount to pay for Pink Floyd’s music? If you could own one Pink Floyd song, which would it be?


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