A 50th anniversary box set celebrating Pink Floyd’s The Dark Side Of The Moon is available now for pre-order, and it features a Dolby Atmos mix of the record for the first time ever.
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Released on 1 March 1973, The Dark Side Of The Moon has gone on to become arguably one of the most recognisable album artworks in history, and hosted tracks which went on to become huge hits such as Money and The Great Gig In The Sky.
Now for its 50th anniversary, Pink Floyd fans can get their hands on a huge bundle of goodies in the new box set, which features:
- CD1 – The Dark Side Of The Moon (50th Anniversary) 2023 remastered by James Guthrie in gatefold sleeve with 12-page booklet
- CD2 – The Dark Side Of The Moon Live At Wembley Empire Pool, London, 1974 Mixed by Andy Jackson in gatefold sleeve with 12-page booklet
- LP1 – 50th Anniversary 2023 Remastered original studio album 180G Heavyweight 1LP in gatefold sleeve, with original posters and stickers
- LP2 – The Dark Side Of The Moon Live At Wembley Empire Pool, London, 1974 (2023 Master) 180G Heavyweight 1LP in gatefold, with two posters featuring designs by Ian Emes and Gerald Scarfe
- BLU-RAY 1 (AUDIO) Original album 5.1 and high-resolution remastered stereo mixes
- BLU-RAY 2 (AUDIO) Original newly remastered album Atmos and high-resolution stereo mixes
- DVD (AUDIO) Original album 5.1 and remastered stereo mixes
- 160-page hardcover book with rare black and white photographs from the 1973 – 1974 tours of the UK and the USA
- 76-page songbook of original album
- Replicas of 2×7” singles, a 7” Money/Any Colour You Like, and 7” 2 Us and Them/Time
- Replica of pamphlet and invitation to the preview of The Dark Side of The Moon at the London Planetarium in 1973
The box set is available to pre-order now for $283. Find out more at pinkfloyd.com.
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