Pink Floyd have released the "ultimate" 16-disc collection of their work from 1987 onwards, featuring over six hours of previously unheard audio and over seven hours of previously unseen audiovisuals from A Momentary Lapse of Reason, The Division Bell and The Endless River albums.
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In that not so little lot are such sonic and visual delights as full unreleased audio and remastered films from 1989’s Venice concert and 1990’s special Knebworth concert, which have been unseen for decades.
There’s also unearthed footage of Pulse rehearsals and a full-length Ian Emes film of The Endless River, new 5.1 mixes, the first ever Blu-ray releases and unique 7" singles.
Sadly, we don’t have that wonderment of riches to give away as part of this competition but we do have copies of a highlights package which features many of the juicy morsels on offer in the full release of this multi-media, deluxe box set.
We have two CD copies and two vinyl copies of the highlights album up for grabs and to be in with a chance of winning a copy, simply send the answer to the following question to email@example.com, with "Pink Floyd" in the subject line, your contact details, and stating which format you'd like:
Complete the title of this Pink Floyd album - The Division . . .
Closing date for entries is December 24 at noon sharp.
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