The official Twitter account of Pink Floyd posted a tweet inviting the fans for another ‘Tuesday Teaser‘ and asked them to find out the real names of the songs from the alternative titles they shared and the fans’ replies were quite diverse.

One of the most iconic rock music bands of history, Pink Floyd, was founded in 1965 by Roger Waters, Nick Mason, Syd Barrett, and Richard Wright. The band’s iconic member David Gilmour joined them later in 1967.

Until 2013, Pink Floyd sold more than 250 million records worldwide and become one of the best-selling music artists of all time. ‘The Dark Side of the Moon’ and ‘The Wall’ are also among the best-selling albums of all time.

Recently, the official Twitter account of Pink Floyd, which is known to be managed by David Gilmour, shared another ‘Tuesday Teaser’ and asked fans to guess the real names of the songs by using the clues within the tweet.

As you will see in the tweet below, the alternative titles for the famous Pink Floyd songs were given in order to help the fans to find out what the real names of the songs were.

Here’s what the official Twitter account of Pink Floyd stated:

“Another Tuesday Teaser for you – and it’s more working/alternate titles. What are the following better known as?

1. The Amazing Pudding

2. Afternoon

3. The Mortality Sequence

4. The Most Boring Song I’ve Ever Heard Bar Two

In the comment section of the tweet, the fans shared their various guesses about the alternative titles for the Pink Floyd records. However, it seemed that most of the f

A fan named Bob Bourgeois wrote:

“The Amazing Pudding -> Atom Heart Mother Suite

Afternoon -> Biding My Time

The Mortality Sequence -> Great Gig In The Sky

The Most Boring Song I’ve Ever Heard Bar Two -> See Saw”

You can see the tweet posted by the official Pink Floyd Twitter account below.