Pink Floyd announce The Division Bell 20th anniversary box set

Pink Floyd Division Bell Anniversary Set

Pink Floyd are releasing a 20th anniversary edition of The Division Bell.

The box set features six discs, including three replica coloured or clear vinyl discs, 5 collectors’ prints, a Blu-ray disc and for the first time Andy Jackson’s 5.1 audio mix of the album. The set is due for release on the 30th of June.

Originally released in 1994, The Division Bell was the last studio album to be released by the band, who consisted of David Gilmour, Nick Mason and Richard Wright.

Full details of the contents of the set are as follows:

Disc 1 – LP
Original album, remastered for vinyl in 2014 from the original analogue masters. Includes full-length tracks across 2-LP’s for the first time.

Disc 2 – Blu-Ray (all previously unreleased)
2014 Marooned video – directed by Aubrey Powell with stereo and 5.1 audio soundtracks
5.1 audio mix of The Division Bell by Andy Jackson in 96khz/ 24-bit
HD audio stereo mix of The Division Bell by James Guthrie 96khz/ 24-bit

Disc 3
Red vinyl 7” single Take It Back (edit) / Astronomy Domine (live)
Replica 7” red vinyl in picture sleeve

Disc 4
Clear vinyl 7” single High Hopes (edit) / Keep Talking (edit)
Replica 7” clear vinyl in picture sleeve plus poster bag

Disc 5
Blue Vinyl 12” single High Hopes / Keep Talking / One Of These Days (live)
Replica 12” blue vinyl, laser etched design on reverse, picture sleeve. Includes 7 collectible film cards in a wallet

Disc 6 – CD Album
2011 Discovery version of The Division Bell in a new dedicated wallet

The box set will also contain 5, 26cm x 26 cm art prints designed by Hipgnosis/StormStudios.

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