(Good Morning America) Pink Floyd's first studio album in two decades will be without estranged ex-member Roger Waters, but one vocalist from the last record is staying on -- physicist Stephen Hawking.
Song credits leaked onto the Internet of Pink Floyd's "The Endless River" -- one of the year's most eagerly anticipated new albums, out November 7 -- list a song with the acclaimed scientist entitled "Talkin' Hawkin'."
Hawking, who is paralyzed due to amyotrophic lateral sclerosis, also appeared on the conceptual rock legends' last album, "The Division Bell." On the 1994 album's song "Keep Talking," Hawking's computerized voice begins by saying: "For millions of years, mankind lived just like the animals. Then something happened which unleashed the power of our imagination."
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