1990 was a relatively quiet year for Pink Floyd as the band took a break from touring and major studio releases. However, the individual members continued to work on various projects. David Gilmour and Nick Mason, the core members of Pink Floyd during this period, focused on personal endeavors and musical collaborations.Despite the band's hiatus, Pink Floyd's influence continued to be felt across the rock music landscape. Their music remained popular, with "The Wall" and "The Dark Side of the Moon" continuing to sell well. The band also maintained a significant presence on the radio and in popular culture, reinforcing their status as rock music legends.