Pink Floyd co-founder and bassist, Roger Waters, posted a new tweet on his official and verified Twitter account today to announce the release of the new version of his classic song from ‘Amused To Death‘ album, ‘The Bravery of Being Out of Range.’

‘Amused To Death’ was the third ever studio album of legendary English musician Roger Water and it was released back in 1992 by Columbia Records. The album features 14 different tracks and it peaked at 8th position on United Kingdom Album Chart in 1992.

The second single of the album, ‘The Bravery of Being Out of Range’ was released in the same year, and it was remastered and reissued on 24 July 2015 featuring a new 5.1 multichannel audio mix. Today, Roger re-released the track adding a third verse and a part of Ronald Reagan’s farewell speech to the nation when he left office.

Here is what Waters wrote:

“This is a new recording and video of “The Bravery of Being Out of Range” from my 1992 album, ‘Amused To Death’. It features part of Ronald Reagan’s farewell speech to the nation when he left office…”

You can watch the video and check out the tweet below.