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    cool ... Only one detail I did not understand ... on the Delicate sticker appears "PFRLP16" and in the Collection appears "PFRLP19" ... Where are and what are the 17 and 18 vinyls?

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    Quote Originally Posted by goguilorenzo View Post
    cool ... Only one detail I did not understand ... on the Delicate sticker appears "PFRLP16" and in the Collection appears "PFRLP19" ... Where are and what are the 17 and 18 vinyls?
    Relics and PULSE maybe?

    Then there's Works.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Arnold_Layne View Post
    Relics and PULSE maybe?

    Then there's Works.
    Would be great...
    I do not believe in Works, because it's an American compilation (Capitol), but it would also be great ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by goguilorenzo View Post
    cool ... Only one detail I did not understand ... on the Delicate sticker appears "PFRLP16" and in the Collection appears "PFRLP19" ... Where are and what are the 17 and 18 vinyls?
    The only other two LP editions I can think of are the 4LP boxsets of PULSE, and ECHOES - The best of. Who knows, maybe those numbers are reserved for them?

    Or maybe Relics and A Nice Pair. That would be even stranger. But could make sense. Maybe the boxsets fall into another reference.

    And much as I'd like to have it, I have no expectations of a vinyl release of ITAOT - The Wall Live but it would be great.

    Or maybe a vinyl edition of A Foot in the Door?

    Well. Just wait to see what they come with.
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    Piper and Saucerful mono I hope.

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    IF they follow the cd reissue numbers which they have up to now,

    Pulse will be PFRLP17
    Relics will be PFRLP18
    Echoes will be PFRLP20

    But who knows if they are planing to re-release them or not on vinyl.
    Only time will tell.

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    No love for The Wall Live: 1980-1981?


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    Quote Originally Posted by Arnold_Layne View Post
    No love for The Wall Live: 1980-1981?

    I've always wondered who took the decision of not releasing it in vinyl
    Would have made a wonderful gatefold LP cover.

    The Wall being Roger's baby, I even doubt the live album CD would be re-released by Pink Floyd Records now.

    But who knows...
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