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These LP sleeve Japanese releases sound really good.
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!
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.
A must have for any Pink Floyd fan. Do not but this on Ebay because there are a tremendous amount of fakes out there. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Steve Lukas
Seller was fantastic with wonderful updates on shipping. The disc set was in perfect condition and since this was a surprise Christmas gift for our son in another state it couldn't... Read morePublished 14 months ago by Ron Ruber
Okay these discs are the 1994 remasters, so the sound is great. The only bitch I have is that both the "Ummagumma" CDs, despite being labelled "Live" &... Read morePublished 14 months ago by Damian See
A great addition to my husband's collection. What else can you say about Floyd's music, fantastic! Thank you so much!Published on March 8, 2013 by Jeanne Marleau
Don't bother if you have all the albums like I do; there isn't anything new here so if you buy this then you are spending a lot of money on an okay box and reproduced cover art... Read morePublished on March 22, 2012 by David Leikam
I bought this item for my husband who was deployed, kept the item put up for a long time until he was finally due home. Read morePublished on November 7, 2011 by Kris
Im a huge Floyd fan. Like most reviews on this product I would have to say that there is nothing super cool about it other than what it is. Having every album in one set is cool. Read morePublished on October 31, 2011 by Mikey
It's exactly as it is described, every Pink Floyd album, re-mastered, in one box, for less than $9.28 each! How can you go wrong!Published on October 28, 2011 by John Ferguson
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|Oh By The Way-remastered?||
Amazon France lists the dates of each remastering, nothing new it seems (no remastering on the Division Bell). I don't know how official is this but it looks like it was taken from a database or something...
Ce coffret designé par le graphiste attitré du groupe depuis ses débuts,... Read More
Nov 9, 2007 by Fabio Franco | See all 19 posts
|Wait, is amazon's box sets legit?||
I got fooled by a bootleg on Ebay, then decided to order from Amazon to double check. The Amazon set is the real deal. Covers are much heavier and replicate the feel of certain album covers like Meddle or the rounded edges on Obscured by Clouds. That said, I didn't know I had a bootleg for a long... Read More
Feb 7, 2011 by Mark Blevins | See all 2 posts
|Got my box in...just one problem||
Well my set is missing the meddle album. I'm not sure about the Ummagumma cd's yet. Also the wall sleeve for disc 2 is mislabeled. Side 3 is also printed on side 4.
Dec 24, 2007 by Ashleigh Davis | See all 48 posts
|Shine On or Oh by the Way?||
Music From The Body is truly a lost gem in the Floyd-related canon... there really is nothing like it. Great record for anyone who is curious.
Although I don't recall I ever said that Pros & Cons, Radio KAOS, and Amused were his "first, second, and third solo albums"... oh... Read More
Dec 16, 2007 by Abhi Taranath | See all 25 posts
The famous Pink Floyd Album Cover artist, Storm Thorgerson, in his just released book, speaks about repackaging by the Floyd. "Shine On", which contained lots of bells and whistles (a lavish book, postcards, huge upscale container etc.), was really just previously released material, he... Read More
Nov 29, 2007 by Tom West | See all 6 posts
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