1988 saw the continuation of Pink Floyd's "A Momentary Lapse of Reason" tour, with the band performing extensively across North America, Europe, and other regions. The tour became one of the most successful in rock history, drawing large crowds and showcasing the band's ability to create captivating live experiences without Roger Waters. The elaborate stage setups, including inflatable pigs and stunning light shows, became a hallmark of Pink Floyd's concerts during this period.The live performances during the tour were recorded and released as a double live album, "Delicate Sound of Thunder," in November 1988. This album captured the energy and spectacle of Pink Floyd's live shows, featuring tracks from "A Momentary Lapse of Reason" and classic Pink Floyd hits like "Comfortably Numb" and "Another Brick in the Wall, Part 2." The album was well-received and demonstrated the band's enduring appeal.In addition to the live album, the band released a concert film also titled "Delicate Sound of Thunder," providing fans with a visual record of the tour. This film captured the grandeur of Pink Floyd's stage performances, with the dynamic lighting and impressive visuals that had become synonymous with the band's live shows.