More Pink Floyd vinyl reissues

Pink Floyd look set to complete their vinyl issue campaign as early as July with more 180g reissues on the schedules already including 1977’s Animals.

Amazon in the UK have listings for Atom Heart Mother (1970), Meddle (1971), Obscured By Clouds (1972), Animals (1977), The Final Cut (1982) and A Momentary Lapse Of Reason (1987).

Any album that has already been issued on vinyl in the last five years (The Dark Side Of The Moon, Wish You Were Here, The Wall and The Division Bell) looks to be excluded from this new reissue campaign.

Atom Heart Mother, Meddle and Obscured By Clouds will also be issued on 1 July, with the rest slated for release on 29 July 2016.

See below for pre-orders for the first two albums. For Obscured By Clouds and Animals go to this post. You’ll find links for The Final Cut and A Momentary Lapse of Reason here.

Update 2/6/16: Pre-orders for all these reissues removed from Amazon UK. These are being released, but may not now be as soon as July. This page will be updated when updated listings re-emerge.

Update 5/6/16: Now back on Amazon UK!

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Atom Heart Mother [VINYL]


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Meddle [VINYL]


29 responses to More Pink Floyd vinyl reissues

  1. Nisan says:

    How many copies of the Pulse remaster is going to be issued?

  2. LedMan says:

    Preordered both. Someone asked if it were known where these are being pressed and according to the various music fan sites, the U.S. vinyl is pressed at RTI and the EU at Optimal in Germany.
    So far as I’ve previously posted, I received the U.S. edition of “A Saucerful Of Secrets” and the vinyl is flat, quiet and no complaints concerning the 2016 remaster. I plan to preorder all the reissues once announced through AmazonUK.

  3. Brian E. says:

    Keeping hope for a reissue of WYWH on clear vinyl just like the copy the “Magritte man” holds. I know that won’t happen. Missed opportunity on the Immersion set. (However, I do LOVE my coasters, marbles, and that scarf keeps my neck oh so warm).

  4. Why TDB is already sold on limited sale around some countries in the world?

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  6. Dean T says:

    Received my copes today …. Fake flip backs!….am not impressed …so much for exact detail .

  7. Gerry says:

    Where has all the links to Amazon UK gone ? I have them pre-ordered but even on the link from the order page I get “We’re sorry. The Web address you entered is not a functioning page on our site.” I did get emails about change of delivery date, other than that nothing to say there was an issue.

    • Paul Sinclair says:

      The PR company got in touch. Apparently those links on Amazon were a mistake and at least the July 1st dates are inaccurate. Hence some/all have been taken down.

      • Gerry says:

        Thanks. Has under my order as all the Floyd as delivery 28th July now, no pictures of the albums.

  8. Marc Cutler says:

    The further issues, including Animals, have disappeared from Amazon today

  9. James says:

    Amazon Canada now shows CD releases of the live and compilation albums (Delicate Sound of Thunder, Pulse, Relics, Echoes, A Foot in the Door). Any idea if these are remasters?

  10. Josh says:

    Pressed from which sources – is the $64K question – as usual.

  11. Steve Benson says:

    There’s still a gaping hole in the Floyd re-issues market for a comprehensive singles A & B sides and stray tracks compilation which Relics / Works never were.

  12. David says:

    Meddle, Echoes, headphones, incense, (insert your choice here). Can it get any better?

  13. Patrick Shirley says:

    Vinyl. Big deal.

  14. John C says:

    Just when you thought there can’t be anything more to sell. We are now getting Pink Floyd stamps!!! Google Royal Mail and Pink Floyd for your first day covers special issue

  15. Bill says:

    I’ve seen a screenshot of the new Division Bell vinyl complete with Pink Floyd Records sticker so more to come and there is no way they won’t issue DSOTM, WYWH and The Wall in this campaign.

    There are also redesigned CD issues of the 2011 remasters in stores now.

  16. Auntie Sabrina says:

    “Any album that has already been issued on final in the last five years (The Dark Side Of The Moon, Wish You Were Here, The Wall and The Division Bell) look to be excluded from this new reissue campaign.”.

    Vinyl love? Predictive bloody spellchecker is a nuisance

  17. edwin van gent says:

    YES!!! finely I can’t wait :-)

  18. Highlander says:

    These look quite tempting! Thanks for the heads up Paul.
    Perhaps this is already been answered elsewhere here, but does anyone know where these are being pressed, and are they remastered especially for vinyl, or simply from hi-res digital sources?

    • CJ Feeney says:

      The first four say “remastered from the original analogue tapes” on the cover stickers

    • Eirik says:

      you have probably gotten Your answer but if not the answer is that all these records should sound better than ever. Guthrie and the vinyl god I forget the name of and some other specialist are the Three piece team to remaster these old albums from the original analog tapes. I already bought saucerful of Secrets and it sounds much better and fuller than I have ever heard it before. No question. No doubt whatsoever. What they will be able to do With much better albums like animals and the final cut I am awaiting eagerly!

  19. moog_man says:

    Delighted to see Animals will now be available – thanks, as always, PS for flagging this up so quickly

  20. Jon 77 says:

    What about Relics? Is that not included?

    • Michael says:

      None of the old compilations are being reissued, at least not yet. I doubt that Relics, or Works or A Collection of Great Dance Songs will ever come out again.

  21. Andy says:

    Great to see this moving so quickly, and the prices look reasonable too. I think around £15 should be the maximum price for single LPs…

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