Roger Waters Releases The New Recording And Video Of ‘The Bravery of Being Out of Range’

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Pink Floyd bassist and co-founder Roger Waters shared a post on his official Twitter page releasing the re-recorded version as well as an accompanying music video of his track ‘The Bravery of Being Out of Range’ from his third studio album, ‘Amused to Death.’

As you might remember, ‘Amused to Death’ was the third solo studio album of the legendary musician Roger Waters which was released on September 7, 1992. Despite the fact that the album which was in progress since 1987 as Waters revealed, received mixed reviews most fans regarded it as a masterpiece in addition to Ultimate Classic Rock including the album on their list ‘Top 100 90’s Rock Albums.’

Recently, Pink Floyd bassist shared a post on his official Twitter page releasing a brand new version of his track, ‘The Bravery of Being Out of Range’ which is a song from his 1992 album. Waters stated that the song is about the 40th president of the United States Ronald Reagan, therefore, includes his speech when he left the office.

In addition to this, Roger Waters also shared a black & white music video for the re-recorded track including himself while recording the song along with other musicians such as guitarist Dave Kilminster, drummer Joey Waronker, and bassist Gus Seyffert.

Here is what Waters said:

“This is a new recording and video of ‘The Bravery of Being Out of Range’ from my 1992 album, ‘Amused To Death’. It features part of Ronald Reagan’s farewell speech to the nation when he left office…”

You can see the Twitter post and listen to the new version of ‘The Bravery of Being Out of Range’ below.