Pig Flies Again for Pink Floyd Over Battersea Power Station

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Pink Floyd Pig over Battersea Power Station 26th September 2011
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The famous Animals cover has been re-created this morning at 6:30am until 7.20am at London’s Battersea Power Station. This was, of course, for the launch of Why Pink Floyd, the first phase of the release starting today.

Storm Thorgerson originally set Algie the pig up at the disused power station back in 1976 to create the iconic Pink Floyd album cover. The original pig blew away in the wind and EMI were not wanting a repeat of that today!

Luckily Algie did not blow away today like he did last time and ended up on a farm far away!

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View Pink Floyd Pig at Battersea 2011 photo album.

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