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Oh, by the Way (Mini LP Replica) Box set, Original recording remastered, Special Edition

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2007 Limited Edition 16 CD box featuring the entire Pink Floyd studio collection packaged in mini-LP sleeve reproductions. The albums contained in this box are: The Piper At The Gates Of Dawn, A Saucer Full of Secrets, More, Ummagumma (two CD gatefold) , Atom Heart Mother (gatefold), Meddle (gatefold), Obscured By Clouds, The Dark Side of The Moon (gatefold), Wish You Were Here, Animals (gatefold), The Wall (two CD gatefold), The Final Cut (gatefold), A Momentary Lapse Of Reason and The Division Bell. Also included is a 20" by 30" poster. Each album is a reproduction of the original vinyl release, with the "Dark Side of the Moon" cover appearing on CD for the first time since the early '90s. Capitol.

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  • Audio CD (December 11, 2007)
  • Original Release Date: 2007
  • Number of Discs: 14
  • Format: Box set, Original recording remastered, Special Edition
  • Note on Boxed Sets: During shipping, discs in boxed sets occasionally become dislodged without damage. Please examine and play these discs. If you are not completely satisfied, we'll refund or replace your purchase.
  • Label: EMI
  • ASIN: B000X1LH6C
  • Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (85 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #57,466 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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These LP sleeve Japanese releases sound really good.
Pink Floyd in Space
Your probably looking at this as another "gimmick to get money out of fans" box set, but I think EMI has created a high quality well worth your money box here!
Mark A. Wallace
Also, I just noticed that UMMAGUMMA CD...I put CD1 on my Mac and I see it has 12 tracks on that disc...yes, it is error CD and put CD2 in and has 4 tracks on.
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71 of 80 people found the following review helpful By Concerned One on December 10, 2007
Format: Audio CD
I am a huge pink floyd fan, and have been since I can remember. I missed buying the shine on box set, and have not purchased any of these on CD yet. I have all of these albums on Cassette, and I use them quite a bit. When I heard this set was coming out, it was a no brainer for me to buy. However, if you already own the original CD versions, or the remasters, do not invest your money on this box set.

It is a nice box, and all 14 albums (16 cd's) fit in it, with 2 coasters with the box photo on it, and 1 poster of the 14 albums. The CD's themselves are in the original gatefold LP vinyl covers, and are in cellophane like the records. The price on this was right for me (I got really good sale price), much cheaper than purchasing these separately ($12.50 a disc).

One downfall is the small printing of the lyrics, and the lack of artwork available on the CD remasters. Secondly, the only live album here is the UMMAGUMMA live set. The Delicate Sounds of Thunder and Pulse are not included. Neither are the greatest hits selections of Relics, A Great Collection of Dance Songs, and Works. I purchased these separately.

Novelty notes: I just discovered after cycling through the discs, UMAGUMMA disc one and disc two are mis-labled and reversed on the CD printing. Secondarily, the second disc of the wall cd sleeve is misprinted. The lyrics are side 3/side3, rather than side 3/side 4. The Pink Floyd Website has an e-mail address to send your information to to get a correct sleeve listing. Thes two things show how painstakingly they put this box together!!!! This makes it special to me due to the show of overt greadiness of the record company that they would not check the labeling before producing 10000 copies.
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266 of 313 people found the following review helpful By BOB on December 29, 2007
Format: Audio CD

Starting in 2001, Toshiba and Sony Japan successively released 18 Pink Floyd titles in LP-mini-sleeve replica format. With only 5000 copies of each title manufactured for worldwide distribution, they quickly sold out, then soared in aftermarket resale value, as supply never even began to approach demand. A full set, new, would probably now be somewhere north of fifteen hundred bucks on eBay.

From a collectable standpoint, those Japan mini-sleeves are held by all fans as THE Pink Floyd catalog to own, and it is EXACTLY that pent-up demand and desire that EMI is attempting to exploit with this "Oh By The Way" box.

With the release of the newly 2007-remastered "The Piper At The Gates Of Dawn", which supposedly heralds the commencement of another Pink Floyd catalog remastering campaign, this box set is nothing more than Capitol/EMI's wretched attempt to wring as much final revenue out of the old remasters as possible: If all 10,000 box sets sell thru, multiplied by the set's wholesale price, even after production costs, EMI stands to net a cool million plus.

If EMI does sonically revamp the PF catalog over the next few years, there will undoubtedly be another Japan mini-sleeve catalog release with those new remasters. My advice: Save up your money and be patient for that day, because NOBODY does LP mini-sleeve replicas like the Japanese. I have the entire Japan set, and they are stunning.

Put quite simply: THERE'S NOTHING NEW HERE IN THIS BOX but a poster and two coasters.
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20 of 21 people found the following review helpful By Joseph Serge on February 23, 2008
Format: Audio CD
If you're a Pink Floyd completist--and who isn't?-- than this package is well worth picking up...otherwise stay away.
The set contains all studio Floyd releases (14 albums, 16 CDs) neatly packaged in replicas of the original LP releases.
The drawback to this is that getting the CDs in and out of the sleeves is a bit of a chore, and they're really not meant for over use. Store it in your living room proudly, but don't expect to play it much. REading the liner notes on the sleeves requires a 6X magnifying glass. The original Dark Side poster and stickers are also included in scaled-down format.
There's nothing much else in here, except for two coasters (will anyone use them for holding glasses I wonder?) and a oouple new posters folded and squeezed into the box as an afterthought. The recordings aren't newly remastered and there's no special disc of goodies.
This set is strictly for Floyd collectors with an extra bit of disposable income.
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15 of 17 people found the following review helpful By Misha on November 20, 2011
Format: Audio CD
I don't understand the whining and moaning about the lack of new material, on here. No one puts a gun to your head and makes you buy this. It's a nicely packaged set of the complete studio works of Pink Floyd. It doesn't pretend to be anything else. I love everything about Floyd, and this came to me as a gift and I was delighted, even though I own all of these records already. The mastering is superb, and it has all of the PF you really need in one place. It is what it is. Don't buy it if that's not what you want.
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6 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Bill R. Moore on March 28, 2010
Format: Audio CD
This set has all of Pink Floyd's albums, including soundtracks - 16 CDs in all. Like all boxed sets, it aims at both hard-cores and the fairly casual looking for a single, comprehensive purchase. I will address the latter first, as the former will of course buy anyway. Anyone wanting all the albums should get this if it is less expensive than buying the discs separately. The deal is even better in that the sound is considerably superior to early CDs', making this ideal for those wanting to update. Packaging is also great; long-time Floyd designer Storm Thorgerson created a fine, clever cover with references to prior works that fans will appreciate, and the contents are also well-designed. The discs are presented in mini vinyl replicas, including material such as posters, stickers, etc. that came with the original albums but has typically been missing on CD. We also get a poster collage of Thorgerson's Floyd artwork and two coasters.

However, very few will want all the albums. Floyd is one of the greatest bands ever, but their work is greatly diverse and far from even. The undeniable masterpieces that everyone should have are Dark Side of the Moon, Wish You Were Here, Animals, and The Wall. I would add The Final Cut, but this is the most hotly debated Floyd album; some even call it their worst. The Piper at the Gates of Dawn is also contested; quite a few put it with their best, and many who do not otherwise like Floyd swear by it, while a high percentage of those who love the more famous work disown it. All must decide for themselves with these two, arguably making them obligatory also. Most consider Meddle the next best album, and Obscured by Clouds and The Division Bell have great merit. The rest are for hard-cores only.
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