Pink Floyd Division Bell 20th Anniversary Edition Box Set Contents

Pink Floyd Division Bell Deluxe Box Set for 20th Anniversary

Pink Floyd The Division Bell 20th Anniversary Box Set Edition
Pink Floyd The Division Bell 20th Anniversary Box Set Edition

It would seem the countdown timer on the new Division Bell official website was counting down to the announcement of two new 20th Anniversary Editions of the Division Bell album.

The album is to be released on a new Vinyl 2LP Edition and a Deluxe Box Set  on 30th June 2014. This coincides with the 20th Anniversary of the album.

Some people had been speculating that a new Pink Floyd tour and other odd things were going to be announced. Alas, it is only lots more goodies to get your hands on!

As you will likely remember, there were very extensive box sets released for Wish You Were Here, The Wall and Dark Side of the Moon as part of the Why Pink Floyd extensive release schedule.

Division Bell Box Set Contents #TDB20

Pink Floyd Division Bell 20th Anniversary Edition Box Set Contents
Pink Floyd Division Bell 20th Anniversary Edition Box Set Contents #TDB20

The box set contains the following:

  • A new 2-LP vinyl edition of the album in a gatefold sleeve designed by Hipgnosis / StormStudios
  • Red 7” vinyl replica of single Take It Back
  • Clear 7” vinyl replica of High Hopes
  • 12“ Blue vinyl replica of High Hopes with reverse laser etched design
  • 2011 Discovery remaster of The Division Bell on CD
  • Blu-ray disc including The Division Bell album in HD Audio, plus the previously unreleased 5.1 surround sound audio mix of the album by Andy Jackson
  • 5 x 12” art prints
  • Download card (for hi res and 320kbps downloads)

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One thought on “Pink Floyd Division Bell Deluxe Box Set for 20th Anniversary”

  1. Can’t believe it’s been 20 years, as you would say 10 years have got behind you, out of interest sake, would there be separate entities, bluray/cd format? Either way this will be huge

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