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Pink Floyd marks 20th anniversary of The Division Bell with double vinyl edition
Remastered by Doug Sax at The Mastering Lab from the original analog tapes!
Full-length tracks cut in 2014; free 320kbp MP3 album download
Gatefold, stand-alone version plated and pressed at Quality Record Pressings!
"The pressing quality across the two LPs are uniformly excellent... The playback backgrounds are black (near dead silent) with no issues to murk up the signal-to-noise ratio. ... The sonic results are everything you would want and more — the presentation of voices and acoustic instruments like piano, sax, percussion and acoustic guitars are viscerally stunning in their clarity. ... After just one spin I knew The Division Bell was among the best sounding vinyl records in my collection." — Paul Powell Jr., http://www.brain-damage.co.uk/albums/pink-floyds-the-division-bell-20th-anniversary-edition-vinyl-2lp-r.html July 2014
Rock legends Pink Floyd reissued their back catalogue back in 2011, at the time remastering the 1994 album The Division Bell. Now, they're reissuing that album again, this time in a lavish 20th anniversary edition and a stand-alone double-vinyl gatefold version that are a Floyd collector's dream!
The gatefold version is plated and pressed on two 180-gram LPs by Quality Record Pressings, the world's finest LP maker. Both the gatefold version and box set include a digital download of the album.
The Division Bell's music was mostly written and recorded by Pink Floyd's post-Roger Waters lineup: singer/guitarist Dave Gilmour, singer/keyboardist Richard Wright and drummer Nick Mason, while Gilmour's wife Polly Samson co-wrote many of the lyrics. Gilmour and Bob Ezrin produced the album. The album debuted at No. 1 on the Billboard 200 and has since been certified for sales of three million copies in the U.S.
From 1994 and the final Pink Floyd studio album to date, The Division Bell hit the No. 1 spot on the album charts in both the U.K. and the U.S. The album spawned a record-breaking tour the same year that saw the band play an unprecedented 14 nights at London's Earl's Court, captured for the concert film P.U.L.S.E.
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