Pink Floyd releases 14 remastered albums
Monday 26 September 2011
On September 26, fans of legendary psychedelic rock band Pink Floyd can get their hands on a remastered six-disc "Immersion" set of the 1973 album
The Dark Side of the Moon, in addition to a box set of 14 remastered Pink Floyd albums.
The lavish "Immersion" edition of The Dark Side of the Moon, priced at €107.64, includes rare and unreleased audio and video material, plus a 40-page oversized art book. You can also opt for a two-disc "Experience" set, a vinyl LP, or various digital formats. The box set of remastered versions of all 14 of the band's studio albums, priced at €174.62, also includes a 60-page art book.
On November 7, Wish You Were Here will be re-released in five-disc and two-disc versions, along with the single-disc collection, A Foot in the Door: The Best of Pink Floyd. On Febuary 27, The Wall will be reissued as both a seven-disc and three-disc set.
The label EMI stated in May that the massive reissue campaign, dubbed "Why Pink Floyd...?," aims to broaden the famed British band's legacy. Pink Floyd has sold more than 200 million albums worldwide.
To preorder: http://www.whypinkfloyd.com/full-list.php?immers
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