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Pink Froyd

They may not look anything like Pink Floyd, nor does their budget allow for giant flying pigs or a wall of Styrofoam bricks, but it takes musicianship to play a daring set list of rarely covered Floyd classics, and the bandmembers are up to the challenge. They don't just mimic the band's studio work note-for-note but allow for progressive jams (mainly keyboard), much like the real Floyd's early sound.

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