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    My box is sitting right under my coffee table.
    "I don't know; I was really drunk at the time." - Henry McCullough

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    Quote Originally Posted by oldpink View Post
    My box is sitting right under my coffee table.
    Cool idea! With glass top, so you can always watch it?
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    Nick Mason's Saucerful Of Secrets
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    Quote Originally Posted by Pittylabelle View Post
    Cool idea! With glass top, so you can always watch it?
    Nah
    Just a solid oak top with a second oak platform underneath, so the box isn't even actually sitting on the floor, which makes it ideal.
    "I don't know; I was really drunk at the time." - Henry McCullough

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    Hi,
    A lot of folks complaining about what is missing/poor quality.
    Me, I am happy that I have new Floyd. Vegetable Man in awesome quality is alone worth it!
    My plan is to listen to, in order, once a year, a brand new Floyd CD/DVD from Early Years.
    Should take me to the end of the ride, LOL!

    2019.04.18 Nick Mason - Nick Mason's Saucerful of Secrets - Beacon Theatre, NYC
    2016.04.12 David Gilmour - Rattle That Lock - Madison Square Garden, NYC
    2016.04.11 David Gilmour - Rattle That Lock - Madison Square Garden, NYC
    2012.07.07 Roger Waters - The Wall - Yankee Stadium, NYC
    2011.06.06 Roger Waters - The Wall - Hallenstadion, Zürich, Switzerland
    2010.11.06 Roger Waters - The Wall - Madison Square Garden, NYC
    2010.10.12 Roger Waters - The Wall - Nassau Coliseum, Uniondale, NY
    2010.10.05 Roger Waters - The Wall - Madison Square Garden, NYC
    2007.05.30 Roger Waters - Dark Side of the Moon - Madison Square Garden, NYC
    2006.09.13 Roger Waters - Dark Side of the Moon - Madison Square Garden, NYC
    2006.04.04 David Gilmour - On an Island - Radio City Music Hall, NYC
    1999.07.25 Roger Waters - In the Flesh - Pine Knob, Clarkston, MI
    1994.07.15 Pink Floyd - The Division Bell - Silverdome, Pontiac, MI
    1988.06.03 Pink Floyd - A Momentary Lapse of Reason - Giants Stadium, East Rutherford, NJ

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    Yes the problem for us, it s we are completist but for a simple fan this Box is the best opportunity

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    For all of it's complicated flaws, there's still a lot of greatness in this box and I'm glad I splurged for it. Let's hope there's something more in the pipeline from the brothers Floyd.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pf94 View Post
    Yes the problem for us, it s we are completist but for a simple fan this Box is the best opportunity
    I think the box set is for hardcore fans, not simple ones. The simple ones would download the tracks on iTunes.

    I am a completist and I love the box. Putting aside the inferior BBC tracks, I think it is a stellar presentation. I've even come to appreciate the understated artwork (though I'd never wear a t-shirt with it!).

    The Immersion sets and this set are really things I used to dream of. Really cool that it is a real, tangible product.

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    This box is really for fans of the band that have no idea of sites like this exist, and tip of the cap to those that do. I love the box despite the flaws. I dig the paper reprints, especially the programs exclusive to this box. Imagine getting this box with no idea that this site existed and no idea that most of the material is not "new." Now imagine the first time you heard the bootleg "Dark Side of the Moo" or "Total Eclipse." That's the target audience.

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    When this box set came out I was thankful but the price put me off.
    Well 18 months later I have purchased all the volumes and just bought the bigger memorabilia off eBay
    I bought most volumes off Amazon.de and eBay my Reverberation has hidden Meddle 5.1.
    The only things I’m missing is the box and singles. I’m pleased to say this all cost me £140.00 UK English pounds, well happy. I’m loving it all too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dellboy View Post
    When this box set came out I was thankful but the price put me off.
    Well 18 months later I have purchased all the volumes and just bought the bigger memorabilia off eBay
    I bought most volumes off Amazon.de and eBay my Reverberation has hidden Meddle 5.1.
    The only things I’m missing is the box and singles. I’m pleased to say this all cost me £140.00 UK English pounds, well happy. I’m loving it all too.
    I did the same! I skipped on the 1972 volume though, and I had a friend help me out with a burned copy of the Continuation discs. I saved a TON of money and got the volumes with the material that I was interested in. I'm still very pleased with the whole thing, especially for the video material and all the Syd era stuff.

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