Which Pink Floyd Member Are You?

Which member of the legendary progressive/psychedelic rock band Pink Floyd are you most like?

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On Mar 29, 2017

Which of these rock genres sounds the most appealing to you?

Which of these instruments is your favorite?

What is your favorite era of music?

Which of these is your favorite Pink Floyd album?

When in an argument or confronted with conflict, what do you do?

Which of these is most true in your opinion?

What kind of lyrics do you like?

What is your favorite part of Pink Floyd?

Which of these jobs seems most appealing to you?

Which of these is your biggest weakness?

What are some of your better qualities?

Which of these are you most likely to get addicted to?

Syd Barrett

Syd Barrett

You are Syd Barrett. One of the founders of the band, and easily a genius in his art. Pink Floyd's guitarist, Barrett, was not part of the band long enough to see them become the rock gods they are known as today. His lyrical style was fairy tale-ish and funny and his music style was psychedelic. Though known as a charismatic and funny person when he was younger, Syd Barrett's drug addiction and the intense stress of being a rocker eventually drove him insane, and was kicked out of the band as he was becoming a problem. His story is a cautionary tale of the dangers of rock and drugs.

Nick Mason

Nick Mason

You are Nick mason. One of the founding members of Pink Floyd, drummer, Nick Mason is the only Pink Floyd member who has been involved in every album, tour, concert, reunion, or film of Pink Floyd. This may be because of his ability to stay out of arguments and avoid conflict. His best friend is Roger Waters, who he looks up to. Nick Mason rarely sings or writes lyrics in the band, but has a very distinctive jazz/big band style in his drumming. He is the only member of the band who believes in continuing the band and still has hopes to come together again. Besides being a drummer, Nick Mason is a race car driver as he loves cars and excitement.

Roger Waters

Roger Waters

You are Roger Waters. One of the founding members of the band and lyrical mastermind behind the band's greatest work, Bass Player and Lyricist, Roger Waters is a genius when it comes to songwriting and story crafting. Roger was the writer of most of the music on fantastic albums like: Dark Side of the Moon, Wish You Were Here, Animals, and The Wall. Known as a very bossy and grumpy man, Roger liked to have control in the band, even if he had the rest of the bands best interests in mind. Roger Waters has had many horrible things happen to him in his life which affect many of the story/concept albums he creates, in fact, The Wall is a semi-autobiography of Roger Waters life. Roger Waters was a very successful solo artist after he stormed out of Pink Floyd, and became a big activist against wars and poverty.

Rick Wright

Rick Wright

You are Rick Wright. One of the founding members and technical trailblazers of Pink Floyd, Keyboardist Rick Wright was a brilliant engineer in tech and synthesizers. Known as the quietest and most introverted of the band, and tending to stay out of conflict. Sometimes this got him in trouble, as people would think he didn't care about the work he was doing. Richard Wright has a Jazzy/experimental style and can play music for extended periods of time, creating 10 minute long synthesizer solos.

David Gilmour

David Gilmour

You are David Gilmour. Replacing Syd Barrett as the lead guitarist of the band, Gilmour is universally known as one of the greatest guitarist of all time. His guitar solos in songs like 'Comfortably Numb' and 'Money' have widely influenced rock music since then. He and Roger Waters were often at odds, as David Gilmour loved the fame of being in the rock band and wanted much of the spot light. David wrote many lyrics and the music for several songs as well as leading the band after Waters left. David Gilmour had a very bluesy style in his music and could just make up guitar solos on the spot. Gilmour was a plane enthusiast and loved to fly.