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    I guess some people who prefer to download will be happy but for me, who pays every time for music on CD or Vinyl, this price is just disrespectful
    I will download audio from torrents, thanks Floyd.

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    700 dollar.....

    That's 26 dollar for each disk..
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    Pink Floyd The Wall: June 13th 1981 London
    Pink Floyd: June 14th 1988 Rotterdam
    Pink Floyd: September 4th 1994 Rotterdam
    Roger Waters: May 15th 2002 Rotterdam
    Roger Waters: June 10th 2006 Lichtenvoorde
    Roger Waters: July 7th 2006 Rotterdam
    Roger Waters: May 5th 2007 Arnhem
    Roger Waters: May 11th 2008 Landgraaf
    RW The Wall: April 8th 2011 Arnhem
    RW The Wall: May 28th 2011 Antwerpen
    RW The Wall: July 18th 2013 Arnhem
    RW The Wall: September 8th 2013 Amsterdam
    Roger Waters: May 11th 2018 Antwerpen
    Roger Waters: June 18th 2018 Amsterdam
    Roger Waters: July 14th 2018 Roma
    Nick Mason: September 8th 2018 Antwerpen
    Nick Mason: July 23th 2019 Amsterdam

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    They only mention Vegetable Man and In the Beehwoods!!! Is it possible this is all they will release from 1967?😩

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    Quote Originally Posted by pinksydfloyd View Post
    They only mention Vegetable Man and In the Beehwoods!!! Is it possible this is all they will release from 1967?
    Absolutely not. They say it INCLUDED those songs.

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    I would buy this at any price just for the content. Easy purchase. Think of the value here compared to Waters recent box set.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Roscoe59 View Post
    I would buy this at any price just for the content. Easy purchase. Think of the value here compared to Waters recent box set.
    I completely agree!
    Although my girlfriend won't be happy when I tell her the price

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    Quote Originally Posted by Roscoe59 View Post
    I would buy this at any price just for the content. Easy purchase. Think of the value here compared to Waters recent box set.
    100% agree ;-)

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    That $700 USD is a big pill to swallow, but I'm pretty sure that it will come down about %25 actual purchase price, still quite a lot, but -- especially if the previously unreleased material really is unknown even in the Floyd collector community -- well worth it.
    Just hoping that this will be a bit off in the future, because I'll need time to save up to justify such a major purchase.
    "I don't know; I was really drunk at the time." - Henry McCullough

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    OK open up the pre-orders so I can get mine in while I can afford it.

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    I'm rocking out to PATGOD (in MONO), popped onto this thread and then saw the details that have been published... jeezus H CHRIST. Talk about the motherlode! DELIGHTED to see "Beechwoods" is in here since I've always been fascinated by that rough sounding backing track we've had since 2001 and soon we'll get to hear it from the actual bloody masters.

    Looking most forward to seeing the tracklist. Now back to PATGOD and Syd's wondering why he's hanging in his infant air... how I so so so LOVE this album.

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