Wearing the Inside Out
|"Wearing the Inside Out"|
|Song by Pink Floyd from the album The Division Bell|
|Published||Pink Floyd Music (1987) Ltd|
|Released||28 March 1994 (UK)
5 April 1994 (US)
|Genre||Progressive rock, soft rock, blues rock|
|Producer||Bob Ezrin and David Gilmour|
|The Division Bell track listing|
"Wearing the Inside Out" is a song from Pink Floyd's 1994 album, The Division Bell. It is the first Pink Floyd song since "Time" from The Dark Side of the Moon where Richard Wright sings lead, as well as his final lead vocal on a Pink Floyd album. Additionally, it is the only song on the album for which David Gilmour receives no writing credit, and the only Pink Floyd song post-Dark Side to credit neither Roger Waters nor Gilmour.
The song had the working title "Evrika". Two videos of the band working on this demo version can be seen on the DVD/BD included in The Endless River deluxe edition and as part of the iTunes deluxe edition.
This song was never performed live by Pink Floyd, although it was performed on David Gilmour's 2006 On an Island tour, and appears on the Remember That Night DVD and on the bonus CD of the deluxe version of Live in Gdańsk.
- Richard Wright — keyboards, lead vocals
- David Gilmour — guitar, vocals (third verse), bass
- Nick Mason — drums and percussion