1995 saw the release of Pink Floyd's live album "PULSE," which documented their performances from the "Division Bell" tour. The album included live renditions of classic Pink Floyd tracks as well as songs from "The Division Bell." The release was accompanied by a concert film, also titled "PULSE," which provided a visual record of the tour's stunning stage designs and performances.The "PULSE" live album and concert film were well-received, further cementing Pink Floyd's reputation as one of the most iconic rock bands of all time. Despite the band's relative inactivity after the tour, their music continued to resonate with audiences, and their influence remained strong in the rock music world. The release of "PULSE" effectively closed an era for Pink Floyd, marking the final major project before the band transitioned into a quieter period.