Pink Floyd's drummer, Nick Mason recently spoke with radio station KSHE 95, discussing everything from the band's legacy and the feud between Roger Waters and David Gilmour, to who he thinks is the most underrated member of the group.
"A lot of people think we kicked off with 'The Dark Side of the Moon,' that there was nothing else before," Mason said when discussing the bands fanbase.
And when asked about his appearance on all 15 of Pink Floyd's studio albums, he replied:
"Well I'm not sure if I'm on every album, there's probably two or three tracks that I didn't play on for whatever reason, but yeah, it's a nice sort of thought really."
"It's not that I felt that there should be more recognition. Actually, if there should be more recognition, it's probably for Rick," speaking of his late bandmate Rick Wright, the keyboardist for the band who sadly passed away in September 2008 after a battle with cancer.
You can listen to Mason's full interview below: