Dream Theater former drummer, Mike Portnoy, recently posted a photo on his Twitter account and revealed that he’s gone ‘down a serious Pink Floyd rabbit hole’ which led him to listen to the band’s famous Empire Pool concert that took place in the autumn of 1974.

Mike Portnoy is without a doubt one of the most famous and active rockstars of all time, and he’s known both for his tenure with Dream Theater and his numerous side projects such as The Liquid Tension Experiment, Transatlantic, Metal Allegiance, and many more.

Aside from an active musician, Mike Portnoy is also a huge fan of rock and metal music, and he often uses his Twitter or Instagram accounts to share his views on rock music and musicians. In his recent tweet, Portnoy said that he suddenly found himself listening to Pink Floyd and that from then on he couldn’t stop himself.

In his tweet, Portnoy said that he highly enjoyed listening to Pink Floyd’s amazing concert at Empire Pool Wembley Park, which they gave on November 16, 1974. Portnoy said that it was a real pleasure to listen to this ‘incredible’ concert and characterized the setlist as ‘quite possibly the ultimate PF Setlist.’

Here’s what Mike Portnoy said in his recent tweet:

“Went down a serious Pink Floyd rabbit hole tonight & listened to the incredible Empire Pool Wembley 1974 show… quite possibly the ultimate PF Setlist!

• Shine On (pre-WYWH)
• Sheep (pre-Animals)
• Dogs (pre-Animals)
• Dark Side Of The Moon
• Echoes
Just absolutely epic 🙌”

You can check out Mike Portnoy’s tweet and listen to Pink Floyd’s Live at the Empire Pool below.