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    I've seen the tracklisting of the album I highlighted, and I'm a bit dismayed to see it's basically the 2001 Echoes best of without Echoes on it and only one disc!
    I've no idea if the Echoes double CD is being phased out, but it's still miles better value for money. But then the whole thing about this campaign is it'll be the last time to have CD's out before downloads (Nick Mason's thinking) and how the albums have been remastered to sound loud on current systems.
    I'm interested in the Wish You Were Here box. That's a Christmas present sorted!

    In other Floyd news Roger Waters finally makes it to Radio 4's Desert Island Discs on May 29th 11.15am.

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    The makers of Uncut magazine has made a Pink Floyd issue of their Ultimate Music Guide series.
    http://www.backstreet-merch.com/stor...sp?item=nme113

    Mason and Gilmour joining Roger on his recent Wall show is mentioned in the introduction. Every album is reviewed. Every album review goes through track by track and marks them out of 5. Basically spoils the entire album by telling the reader what happens in each song. I've never seen Pink Floyd combed so throughly as the posts on this thread. They should have come to us!
    It also contains all British Music Press interview stuff from 1967 onwards.
    Writers, Neil Spencer, Jon Dale, Rob Young, Allan Jones, Stephen Dalton, David Cavanagh and David Quantick. (The Final Cut)

    Still not convinced? Here's the contents!

    6 Album Review: The Piper At The Gates Of Dawn
    10 Classic Interview Melody Maker and Syd reviews singles
    16 Album Review: A Saucerful Of Secrets
    20 Album Review: More:OST
    24 Album Review "Ummagumma"
    28 Album Review "Atom Heart Mother"
    32 Syd Barrett's Solo Lp's
    36 Syd last published interview and also Roger explains himself.
    40 Album Review: Meddle
    44 Interview about Dark Side with Nick Mason
    50 Album Review: Obscured By Clouds
    54 Album Review Dark Side Of The Moon
    58 Classic interview Dave Gilmour
    64 Classic Interview Dave Gilmour vs NME. His last interview for years.
    72 Interview 2003 band interview about the moment of DSOTM
    86 Album Review "Wish You Were Here"
    90 Album Review "Animals"
    94 Classic Interview Live Animals shows and Rick on his solo project
    100 Album Review "The Wall"
    104 Album Review "The Final Cut"
    108 Classic Interview Roger Waters two decades on looking back.
    116 Album Review "A Momentary Lapse Of Reason"
    120 Classic Interview Mason and Gilmour break 13 year silence
    128 Album Review "The Division Bell"
    132 Floyd Top 30 Chosen by Gilmour, Mason, Robert Wyatt, Paul Weller
    142 Miscellany Solo albums, live albums, compilations and collectables
    146 Stop Me: 1969 Journalist account of the Floyd in the tiny Kee Club, Bridgend

    It's basically DWM all in one issue about Pink Floyd. I hope Queen get an issue, if they haven't already been one about them? Do I have any buyers, or did you know about it before.

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    Everything you could ever want to know about Pink Floyd? Could be! All kinds of interesting little bits on there, by the look of it.

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    BBC FOUR IN MASSIVE PINK FLOYD NIGHT!

    Friday September 16th

    9.30pm Which One's Pink? The Pink Floyd Story (Also 12.30am)
    Which is a repeat of a documentary they had shown before.

    10.30pm
    A PINK FLOYD MISCELLANY 1967-2005 (Also at 1.30am)
    From Arnold Layne from 1967. (either the video for it, or the recently discovered Top Of The Pops performance) Right the way up to their Live 8 performance, with interesting stops along the way. Cymbaline from "More"! Grandchester Meadows from "Umma Gumma"! Basically, everything I could ever wish to see!

    11. 30pm LIVE AT POMPEII.

    I don't know if you got the chance to see this film whilst you were all listening to the reissues in the box set, but it's got more moments of warmth than The Wall movie!

    They can't scrap BBC Four now after doing this?

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    BBC Four is still doomed!

    Anyway, to celebrate the AMAZING Pink Floyd re-issues, it's time to get to the nitty gritty and ask the ultimate question:

    What's the all time worst Pink Floyd song?

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    And how far Pink Floyd would of fallen if they didn't get Roy Harper to guest on Wish You Were Here album and used the original Roger Waters vocal?
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MgQRt...layer_embedded

    Notice a lot of the overdubs I love on the track haven't been added yet.

    And you must of heard about their 1974 attempt to make an album using household objects before Rick Wright argued this was an insane idea to follow on from Dark Side Of The Moon. Well from this clip, it actually sounds better than what Pink Floyd came up with in the 1980's!

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1t-cu70hYTs

    Cool stepping from Dave Gilmour and bass of rubber bands on a box.

    Also includes "The Travel Sequence" at 3.10. This was from the days when Pink Floyd played Dark Side Of The Moon on tour before they recorded it.
    This part of the album would have been changed to On The Run.
    It's pleasant enough and comes to life around 4.19.
    I think Dark Side would of dated a bit if they used this instead of reworking the whole piece.

    Although when even Pink Floyd use Household Objects it's still more warm and exciting than Roger's take on "Have A Cigar".

    And thank you You Tube! I knew you wouldn't let me down when the sets are costing up to £100!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dino View Post
    And thank you You Tube! I knew you wouldn't let me down when the sets are costing up to £100!!!
    WHAT? You mean you'd rather not pay a Prince's ransom for Pink Floyd's off-cuts? For shame, Mr Sneed!

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    Apparently Tom Stoppard has written a play for Radio 2 starring Bill Nighy, which is based around Dark Side of The Moon.

    Freaky, man.
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    Let There Be More Life in this thread with NEW Roger Waters with Eric Clapton and SHAKIRA!!

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-Z-9JTQkI4U#t=40

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    From Polly Samson, David Gilmour's missus Twitter...

    Btw Pink Floyd album out in October is called "The Endless River". Based on 1994 sessions is Rick Wright's swansong and very beautiful.
    https://twitter.com/pollysamson/stat...11029573439488

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    Updated to include tracklist*

    GO!! To their new website to see the cover for "The Endless River"!
    GO!! To the audio which you have to click the button next to audio instead of trying to play the video.

    http://www.pinkfloyd.com/theendlessriver/

    November 10th thereabouts for release date.

    And how could I overlook this information!!

    Standard CD has http://www.pinkfloyd.com/theendlessriver/standard_cd

    And it has not one, but two tracks called "Allons-y".

    CD
    SIDE 1

    Things Left Unsaid
    It’s What We Do
    Ebb and Flow

    SIDE 2

    Sum
    Skins
    Unsung
    Anisina

    SIDE 3

    The Lost Art of Conversation
    On Noodle Street
    Night Light
    Allons-y (1)
    Autumn ’68
    Allons-y (2)
    Talkin’ Hawkin’

    SIDE 4

    Calling
    Eyes to Pearls
    Surfacing
    Louder Than Words
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    I like the cover

    I've just got my handcuffs and my truncheon and that's enough.

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    Apparently 'Louder than Words' is the only song with lyrics/vocals. I wish there was more than that, but I'll take what I can get.

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    Well reviews have been mixed. NME and The Mail on Sunday have been the harshest with 5 for NME and 2 out of 5 for TMoS.
    Q and Mojo have given it 3 stars, and Uncut so far the highest with 7/10.

    A lot of them are basically saying "But it's an instrumental album?" which is pretty much the selling point of the damn thing!
    I'm looking forward to it myself. But I do feel the Amazon pre-order record breaker audience, some might be setting themselves up for disappointment.
    There's no way it can be that high in the pre-orders and please everyone. But given that the previous record holder was One Direction then er...

    Anyway, it's out next week and a not-at-all-biased Pink Floyd site regarded it better than the last two post-Waters albums.

    Although "Allons-y (1)" has bizarrely become available for sale on iTunes and Amazon.
    With only a few days to go, I'd rather wait for the whole thing rather than a less than two minutes track!

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    a not-at-all-biased Pink Floyd site regarded it better than the last two post-Waters albums
    Anything is better than a Roger Waters solo album.
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    3 Pink Floyd predictions apart from the obvious it goes to number one.
    It lasts at least two weeks at the top.
    It breaks all first week sales for this decade and the 2000's.
    It sells more than "Black to Black" by Amy Winehouse.

    I'll find out this Sunday if I'm right or not!

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    Obviously I didn't get all the predictions right!

    My friend and I got tickets for "Roger Waters The Wall" and the fact we could still get VIP tickets weeks after they went on sale suggests they aren't flying off the shelves, so that will have the surreal of watching a documentary about a sold out stadium tour of "The Wall" in a neary empty cinema!
    (Although true, there's always the last minute rush)

    The link, again, to find your local participant. http://rogerwatersthewall.com/play.html

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    No!! It cannot be!! There was already a huge reissue! But this time it's different.
    The price began at $700! On webpages that came broken by the morning. Last heard of with a disappearing Amazon page at a more reasonable £350. (Fall a little lower please!)

    Big box "Pink Floyd: The Early Years 1965-1972".
    And forgot it's name but a 2CD that goes from 1967-1972 which I feel is a swizz!

    http://www.nme.com/news/pink-floyd/95291

    And the tracklistings for the box? I did say it was a big box, didn't I?

    Disc: 1
    1. Lucy Leave
    2. Double O Bo
    3. Remember Me
    4. Walk With Me Sydney
    5. Butterfly
    6. I'm A King Bee
    7. Arnold Layne
    8. See Emily Play
    9. Apples And Oranges
    10. Candy And A Currant Bun
    11. Paintbox
    12. Matilda Mother (2010 mix)
    13. Jugband Blues (2010 mix)
    14. In The Beechwoods (2010 mix)
    15. Vegetable Man (2010 mix)
    16. Scream Thy Last Scream (2010 mix)

    Disc: 2
    1. Introduction (Live, Stockholm, 1967)
    2. Reaction in G (Live, Stockholm, 1967)
    3. Matilda Mother (Live, Stockholm, 1967)
    4. Pow R. Toc H. (Live, Stockholm, 1967)
    5. Scream Thy Last Scream (Live, Stockholm, 1967)
    6. Set The Controls For The Heart Of The Sun (Live, Stockholm, 1967)
    7. See Emily Play (Live, Stockholm, 1967)
    8. Interstellar Overdrive (Live, Stockholm, 1967)
    9. John Latham Version 1
    10. John Latham Version 2
    11. John Latham Version 3
    12. John Latham Version 4
    13. John Latham Version 5
    14. John Latham Version 6
    15. John Latham Version 7
    16. John Latham Version 8
    17. John Latham Version 9

    Disc: 3
    1. DVD/Blu - ray: Chapter 24 (Syd Barrett, Live, Cambridgeshire, 1966) / (Live at EMI Studios, London, 1967)
    2. DVD/Blu - ray: Recording Interstellar Overdrive and Nick's Boogie (London, 1967)
    3. DVD/Blu - ray: Interstellar Overdrive: Scene - Underground (London, 1967)
    4. DVD/Blu - ray: Arnold Layne: promo video (Wittering Beach, 1967)
    5. DVD/Blu - ray: Pow R. Toc H. / Astronomy Domine: plus Syd Barrett & Roger Waters interview: BBC The Look Of The Week (BBC Studios, London, 1967)
    6. DVD/Blu - ray: The Scarecrow: Pathé Pictorial, UK, 1967
    7. DVD/Blu - ray: Jugband Blues: London Line promo video (London, 1967)
    8. DVD/Blu - ray: Apples & Oranges: plus Dick Clark interview (Live, Los Angeles, 1967)
    9. DVD/Blu - ray: Instrumental Improvisation (BBC Tomorrow's World, London, 1967)
    10. DVD/Blu - ray: Instrumental Improvisation (Live, London, 1967)
    11. DVD/Blu - ray: See Emily Play: BBC Top Of The Pops (Partially restored BBC Studios, London, 1967)
    12. DVD/Blu - ray: The Scarecrow (outtakes): Pathé Pictorial, UK, 1967
    13. DVD/Blu - ray: Interstellar Overdrive (Live, London, 1967)

    Disc: 4
    1. Point Me At The Sky
    2. It Would Be So Nice
    3. Julia Dream
    4. Careful With That Axe, Eugene
    5. Song 1 (Live, Los Angeles, 1968)
    6. Roger's Boogie (Live Los Angeles, 1968)
    7. Murderotic Woman (Careful With That Axe, Eugene) (BBC Radio Session)
    8. The Massed Gadgets Of Hercules (A Saucerful Of Secrets) (BBC Radio Session)
    9. Let There Be More Light (BBC Radio Session)
    10. Julia Dream (BBC Radio Session)
    11. Point Me At The Sky (BBC Radio Session)
    12. Embryo (BBC Radio Session)
    13. Interstellar Overdrive (BBC Radio Session)

    Disc: 5
    1. DVD/Blu - ray: Astronomy Domine (Live, Brussels, 1968)
    2. DVD/Blu - ray: The Scarecrow (Live, Brussels, 1968)
    3. DVD/Blu - ray: Corporal Clegg (Live, Brussels, 1968)
    4. DVD/Blu - ray: Paintbox (Live, Brussels, 1968)
    5. DVD/Blu - ray: Set The Controls For The Heart Of The Sun (Live, Brussels, 1968)
    6. DVD/Blu - ray: See Emily Play (Live, Brussels, 1968)
    7. DVD/Blu - ray: Bike (Live, Brussels, 1968)
    8. DVD/Blu - ray: Apples And Oranges (Live, Brussels, 1968)
    9. DVD/Blu - ray: Astronomy Domine (Live, Paris, 1968)
    10. DVD/Blu - ray: Flaming (Live, Paris, 1968)
    11. DVD/Blu - ray: Set The Controls For The Heart Of The Sun (Live, Paris, 1968)
    12. DVD/Blu - ray: Let There Be More Light (Live, Paris, 1968)
    13. DVD/Blu - ray: Paintbox: Discorama (Live, Paris, 1968)
    14. DVD/Blu - ray: Instrumental Improvisation: The Sound Of Change (Live, London, 1968)
    15. DVD/Blu - ray: Set The Controls For The Heart Of The Sun: All My Loving (Live, London, 1968)
    16. DVD/Blu - ray: It Would Be So Nice: Release
    17. DVD/Blu - ray: Interstellar Overdrive: Pop 68 (Live, Rome, 1968)
    18. DVD/Blu - ray: Astronomy Domine (Live, Kasterlee, 1968)
    19. DVD/Blu - ray: Roger Waters interview
    20. DVD/Blu - ray: Let There Be More Light (Live, Paris, 1968)
    21. DVD/Blu - ray: Remember A Day (Live, Paris, 1968)
    22. DVD/Blu - ray: Let There Be More Light: A L'Affiche du Monde (Live, London, 1968)
    23. DVD/Blu - ray: Let There Be More Light (Live, Paris, 1968)
    24. DVD/Blu - ray: Flaming (Live, Paris, 1968)
    25. DVD/Blu - ray: Let There Be More Light: Surprise Partie (Live, Paris, 1968)
    26. DVD/Blu - ray: Point Me At The Sky: Restored promo video, UK, 1968

    Disc: 6
    1. Hollywood (More non - album track)
    2. Theme (Beat version) (Alternative version)
    3. More Blues (Alternative version)
    4. Seabirds (non - album track)
    5. Embryo (from Picnic)
    6. Grantchester Meadows (BBC Radio Session)
    7. Cymbaline (BBC Radio Session)
    8. The Narrow Way (BBC Radio Session)
    9. Green Is The Colour (BBC Radio Session)
    10. Careful With That Axe, Eugene (BBC Radio Session)
    11. Interstellar Overdrive (Live, Amsterdam, 1969)
    12. Set The Controls For The Heart Of The Sun (Live, Amsterdam, 1969)
    13. Careful With That Axe, Eugene (Live, Amsterdam, 1969)
    14. A Saucerful Of Secrets (Live, Amsterdam, 1969)

    Disc: 7
    1. Hollywood (More non - album track)
    2. Theme (Beat version) (Alternative version)
    3. More Blues (Alternative version)
    4. Seabirds (non - album track)
    5. Embryo (from Picnic)
    6. Grantchester Meadows (BBC Radio Session)
    7. Cymbaline (BBC Radio Session)
    8. The Narrow Way (BBC Radio Session)
    9. Green Is The Colour (BBC Radio Session)
    10. Careful With That Axe, Eugene (BBC Radio Session)
    11. Interstellar Overdrive (Live, Amsterdam, 1969)
    12. Set The Controls For The Heart Of The Sun (Live, Amsterdam, 1969)
    13. Careful With That Axe, Eugene (Live, Amsterdam, 1969)
    14. A Saucerful Of Secrets (Live, Amsterdam, 1969)

    Disc: 8
    1. DVD/Blu - ray: Set The Controls For The Heart Of The Sun & David Gilmour interview (Live, Paris, 1969)
    2. DVD/Blu - ray: A Saucerful Of Secrets (Live, Paris, 1969)
    3. DVD/Blu - ray: The Man & The Journey London, rehearsal, 1969: Afternoon, The Beginning, Cymbaline, Beset By Creatures Of The Deep, The End Of The Beginning (A Saucerful Of Secrets)
    4. DVD/Blu - ray: Careful With That Axe, Eugene (Live, Essen, 1969)
    5. DVD/Blu - ray: A Saucerful Of Secrets (Live, Essen, 1969)
    6. DVD/Blu - ray: Green Is The Colour (Live, Belgium, 1969)
    7. DVD/Blu - ray: Careful With That Axe, Eugene (Live, Belgium, 1969)
    8. DVD/Blu - ray: Set The Controls For The Heart Of The Sun (Live, Belgium, 1969)
    9. DVD/Blu - ray: Interstellar Overdrive with Frank Zappa

    Disc: 9
    1. Atom Heart Mother (Live, Montreux, 1970)
    2. Embryo (BBC Radio Session)
    3. Fat Old Sun (BBC Radio Session)
    4. Green Is The Colour (BBC Radio Session)
    5. Careful With That Axe, Eugene (BBC Radio Session)
    6. If (BBC Radio Session)
    7. Atom Heart Mother with choir, cello & brass ensemble (BBC Radio Session)

    Disc: 10
    1. On The Highway
    2. Auto Scene Version 2
    3. Auto Scene Version 3
    4. Aeroplane
    5. Explosion
    6. The Riot Scene
    7. Looking At Map
    8. Love Scene Version 7
    9. Love Scene Version 1
    10. Take Off
    11. Take Off Version 2
    12. Love Scene Version 2
    13. Love Scene (Take 1)
    14. Unknown Song (Take 1)
    15. Love Scene (Take 2)
    16. Crumbling Land (Take 1)
    17. Atom Heart Mother (Early studio version)

    Disc: 11
    1. DVD/Blu - ray: Atom Heart Mother (Live, San Francisco, 1970)
    2. DVD/Blu - ray: Cymbaline (Live, San Francisco, 1970)
    3. DVD/Blu - ray: Grantchester Meadows (Live, San Francisco, 1970)
    4. DVD/Blu - ray: Green Is The Colour (Live, San Francisco, 1970)
    5. DVD/Blu - ray: Careful With That Axe, Eugene (Live, San Francisco, 1970)
    6. DVD/Blu - ray: Set The Controls For The Heart Of The Sun (Live, San Francisco, 1970)
    7. DVD/Blu - ray: Atom Heart Mother (Quad mix)
    8. DVD/Blu - ray: If (Quad mix)
    9. DVD/Blu - ray: Summer '68 (Quad mix)
    10. DVD/Blu - ray: Fat Old Sun (Quad mix)
    11. DVD/Blu - ray: Alan's Psychedelic Breakfast (Quad mix)

    Disc: 12
    1. DVD: Cymbaline (Live sound check, St. Tropez, 1970)
    2. DVD: Atom Heart Mother (Live, St. Tropez, 1970)
    3. DVD: Embryo (Live, St. Tropez, 1970)
    4. DVD: Green Is The Colour (Live, St. Tropez, 1970)
    5. DVD: Careful With That Axe, Eugene (Live, St. Tropez, 1970)
    6. DVD: Set The Controls For The Heart Of The Sun (Live, St. Tropez, 1970)
    7. DVD: Instrumental Improvisations 1,2,3 (Live in studio, Paris, 1970)
    8. DVD: Embryo (Live, Paris, 1970)
    9. DVD: Atom Heart Mother with the Philip Jones Brass Ensemble/John Alldis Choir (Live, London, 1970)

    Disc: 13
    1. Nothing Part 14 (Echoes work in progress)
    2. Fat Old Sun (BBC Radio Session)
    3. One Of These Days (BBC Radio Session)
    4. Embryo (BBC Radio Session)
    5. Echoes (BBC Radio Session)

    Disc: 14
    1. DVD/Blu - ray: Interview + Atom Heart Mother (Live, Hamburg, 1971) Brass & Choir conducted by Jeffrey Mitchell
    2. DVD/Blu - ray: A Saucerful Of Secrets (Live, Offenbach, 1971)
    3. DVD/Blu - ray: Set The Control For The Heart Of The Sun (Live, Asnierès
    4. DVD/Blu - ray: Cymbaline (Live, Asnierès
    5. DVD/Blu - ray: Atom Heart Mother (Live, Ossiach, 1971) Brass & Choir conducted by Jeffrey Mitchell
    6. DVD/Blu - ray: Careful With That Axe, Eugene, Band interview (Live, Sydney, 1971)
    7. DVD/Blu - ray: Documentary including Pink Floyd & manager Steve O'Rourke (Live, London, 1971)
    8. DVD/Blu - ray: Storm Thorgerson & Aubrey Po Powell, interviewed re: record cover design (Live, London, 1971)
    9. DVD/Blu - ray: One of These Days (French Windows), Ian Emes animation created Birmingham 1972
    10. DVD/Blu - ray: Atom Heart Mother (extract, in color) (Live, Ossiach, 1971) Brass & Choir conducted by Jeffrey Mitchell
    11. DVD/Blu - ray: Atom Heart Mother (Live, Hakone, 1971)

    Disc: 15
    1. Obscured By Clouds (2016 remix)
    2. When You're In (2016 remix)
    3. Burning Bridges (2016 remix)
    4. The Gold It's In The... (2016 remix)
    5. Wot's...Uh The Deal (2016 remix)
    6. Mudmen (2016 remix)
    7. Childhood's End (2016 remix)
    8. Free Four (2016 remix)
    9. Stay (2016 remix)
    10. Absolutely Curtains (2016 remix)

    Disc: 16
    1. DVD/Blu - ray: Wot's...Uh The Deal: with recording session photos (Live, Château d'Hérouville, 1972)
    2. DVD/Blu - ray: Pop Deux: Documentary recording Obscured By Clouds + David Gilmour and Roger Waters interview
    3. DVD/Blu - ray: Set The Controls For The Heart Of The Sun (Live, Brighton Dome, 1972)
    4. DVD/Blu - ray: Careful With That Axe, Eugene (Live, Brighton Dome, 1972)
    5. DVD/Blu - ray: Actualités Méditerranée (Live, Marseille, 1972)
    6. DVD/Blu - ray: JT Nuit - Les Pink Floyd (Live, Marseille, 1972)
    7. DVD/Blu - ray: JT 20h
    8. DVD/Blu - ray: Journal de Paris - Les Pink Floyd (Live, Paris, 1973)
    9. DVD/Blu - ray: Pink Floyd Concert set up news report - France, 1972
    10. DVD/Blu - ray: Careful With That Axe, Eugene (Live, Pompeii, 2016 5.1 Audio Remix)
    11. DVD/Blu - ray: A Saucerful Of Secrets (Live, Pompeii, 2016 5.1 Audio Remix)
    12. DVD/Blu - ray: One Of These Days (Live, Pompeii, 2016 5.1 Audio Remix)
    13. DVD/Blu - ray: Set The Controls For The Heart Of The Sun (Live, Pompeii, 2016 5.1 Audio Remix)
    14. DVD/Blu - ray: Echoes (Live, Pompeii, 2016 5.1 Audio Remix)

    Disc: 17
    1. DVD/Blu - ray: Pink Floyd Concert set up news report - France, 1972
    2. DVD/Blu - ray: Careful With That Axe, Eugene (Live, Pompeii, 2016 5.1 Audio Remix)
    3. DVD/Blu - ray: A Saucerful Of Secrets (Live, Pompeii, 2016 5.1 Audio Remix)
    4. DVD/Blu - ray: One Of These Days (Live, Pompeii, 2016 5.1 Audio Remix)
    5. DVD/Blu - ray: Set The Controls For The Heart Of The Sun (Live, Pompeii, 2016 5.1 Audio Remix)
    6. DVD/Blu - ray: Echoes (Live, Pompeii, 2016 5.1 Audio Remix)

    Disc: 18
    1. DVD/Blu - ray: Arnold Layne (Alternative version) (Live, London, 1967)
    2. DVD/Blu - ray: Corporal Clegg, Band interview, A Saucerful of Secrets (Live, Stuggart, 1969)
    3. DVD/Blu - ray: Atom Heart Mother (Live, Shepton Mallet, 1970)
    4. DVD/Blu - ray: Set The Controls For The Heart Of The Sun, A Saucerful Of Secrets (Live, Rotterdam, 1970)
    5. DVD/Blu - ray: Atom Heart Mother, Careful With That Axe, Eugene, A Saucerful Of Secrets (Live, Amsterdam, 1972)
    6. DVD/Blu - ray: The Committee - (Feature Film) Score by Pink Floyd

    Disc: 19
    1. DVD/Blu - ray: More feature film
    2. DVD/Blu - ray: La Vallée (Obscured By Clouds) feature film

    Disc: 20
    1. 7 inch Single: Arnold Layne/Candy And A Currant Bun

    Disc: 21
    1. 7 inch Single: See Emily Play/The Scarecrow

    Disc: 22
    1. 7 inch Single: Apples And Oranges/Paintbox

    Disc: 23
    1. 7 inch Single: It Would Be So Nice/Julia Dream

    Disc: 24
    1. 7 inch Single: Point Me At The Sky/Careful With That Axe, Eugene

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    a more reasonable £350
    Well some would call that reasonable!

    This looks absolutely horrendous. There is probably some amazing stuff on here but it looks like you'll have to wade through a heck of a lot of noodling to get to it.
    Pity. I have no understanding of the word. It is not registered in my vocabulary bank. EXTERMINATE!

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    Good News! The discs will be sold separately early next year!
    PHEW!!! That's a massive load of my mind! I can't see myself buying every one, but there's at least three discs in that list I'd like to hear.
    Also delighted that on the 2CD it ends with three songs from Obscured By Clouds.

    Individual sales are far more sensible!

    And hello to the forum! It's weird having nothing Doctor Who to talk about, isn't it?
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    Of course the real threat is that they might release a set featuring out-takes from Ummagumma.

    Given that they've given utterly insane releases to everything from Wish You Were Here, Dark Side of The Moon, The Wall and others this doesn't seem so bad.

    But like the Beatles Anthology series I think most of the stuff on here will be interesting to listen to once; not something you'll play every day.
    Pity. I have no understanding of the word. It is not registered in my vocabulary bank. EXTERMINATE!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dino View Post
    a more reasonable £350
    I'm quite sure Roger Waters' agent and accountants would consider that to be more than reasonable...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rob McCow View Post
    Of course the real threat is that they might release a set featuring out-takes from Ummagumma.

    Given that they've given utterly insane releases to everything from Wish You Were Here, Dark Side of The Moon, The Wall and others this doesn't seem so bad.

    But like the Beatles Anthology series I think most of the stuff on here will be interesting to listen to once; not something you'll play every day.
    Well parts of Umma Gumma and their More album were used with stuff from their first two albums to present a show called "The Man/The Journey" so not just Umma Gumma outtakes, but a live album of one of their scrapped as an album, but still performed to an audience projects.
    It's the third track on disc 8. Still no idea how these will be individually released and if they do a disc each or a 2CD/DVD which you just know you are going to stare deeply at in your hands next year on one of those days it was safe to go outside!

    Quote Originally Posted by Stuart Wallis View Post
    I'm quite sure Roger Waters' agent and accountants would consider that to be more than reasonable...
    £370 seemed reasonable compared to$700 which is pretty much the same difference in the end. Blame my bad maths!
    Syd Barrett fabs are unhappy at paying for the box set exclusive of more Barrett footage.
    Well I just hope we see the Fixture 60's footage of Syd with the band on Pink Floyd's official YouTube channel!
    The 2CD Creation is the must buy of the deal for this year.

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