Sales of the veteran rocker's compilation album ECHOES: THE BEST OF rose 1,400 per cent after they stole the show at the London Live 8 event last Saturday (02JUL05) - prompting Gilmour to pledge any extra money they earn to charity.
A source says, "They were non committal."
Meanwhile, a spokesperson for Mason and Wright says, "I wouldn't say there was a bust-up. It's a personal decision."
The band split in 1981 after a row between Gilmour and Waters.08/07/2005 12:55