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    Default Amused To Death Blue-ray release Easter egg

    I saw a similar post here yesterday

    but for any reason it's gone

    meanwhile - indeed - some files of the Blue-ray disc contains interesting audio tracks

    including :

    The Bravery Of Being Out Of Range - special instrumental mix - 5 minute

    Three Wishes Theme - special instrumental loop - about 11 minute !

    It's A Miracle Theme - special instrumental loop - about 4 minute


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    Quote Originally Posted by svaerige View Post
    I saw a similar post here yesterday

    but for any reason it's gone

    meanwhile - indeed - some files of the Blue-ray disc contains interesting audio tracks

    including :

    The Bravery Of Being Out Of Range - special instrumental mix - 5 minute

    Three Wishes Theme - special instrumental loop - about 11 minute !

    It's A Miracle Theme - special instrumental loop - about 4 minute


    your welcome
    Aren't these music loops from the menus?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Roscoe59 View Post
    Aren't these music loops from the menus?
    indeed

    but - unlike those that David Gilmour uses on his DVD/Blue-ray - these are not short but long



    and I understand that these are certainly not Easter eggs at all

    i just titled my post the same as it was titled by someone yesterday

    sorry
    Last edited by svaerige; 2022-12-02 at 03:52 PM.

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    I had posted the topic, but then deleted it when I realised that they were the music loops on the menus.

    Still, I extracted them along with the 5.1 version of the album for better accessibility. It is so much easier to have all the Floyd and solo surround sound albums on one pen drive permanently plugged into my receiver (including Meddle 5.1! - the ultimate easter egg!)

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    Quote Originally Posted by triply View Post
    I had posted the topic, but then deleted it when I realised that they were the music loops on the menus.
    I'm going to make a post about all Pink Floyd and solo menu loops someday

    may be


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