1987 was a significant year for Pink Floyd, marking the band's resurgence without Roger Waters. With David Gilmour leading the way, Pink Floyd released their thirteenth studio album, "A Momentary Lapse of Reason," in September. This album was the first Pink Floyd release since Waters' departure and featured contributions from Nick Mason and Richard Wright, who returned to the band as a session musician. The album aimed to recapture Pink Floyd's classic sound while exploring new musical directions."A Momentary Lapse of Reason" received mixed reviews but was commercially successful, reaching the top 10 in several countries and featuring hits like "Learning to Fly" and "On the Turning Away." The album's production included collaborations with various musicians and producers, demonstrating Gilmour's commitment to reviving the band's legacy.Following the album's release, Pink Floyd embarked on the "A Momentary Lapse of Reason" tour, their first major tour without Waters. The tour was a massive success, featuring elaborate stage designs, innovative lighting, and inflatable props reminiscent of the band's earlier performances. The tour included extensive dates in North America, Europe, and other parts of the world, reestablishing Pink Floyd's presence on the live music scene.