Pink Floyd Are Reissuing Several Early Seventies Albums On Vinyl

Vinyl nerds love getting their hands on hard to find albums, even if it that means settling for the overpriced reissue edition. If you’re a Pink Floyd fan and also a vinyl fan who does not have a few of the band’s LPs, you may be in luck. The group will be releasing Atom Heart Mother, Meddle, and Obscured By Clouds on September 23. This will be Floyd’s latest installment of their ongoing vinyl reissue push which began this Summer with the release of their first four full-length albums.

With this latest batch of Pink Floyd reissues, fans will be able to get their hands on the album that became the group’s first number one record, 1970’s Atom Heart Mother. Before these three reissues become available, Floyd will release the infamous The Wall and The Division Bell once again, on vinyl August 26. The plan is to have all of Pink Floyd’s discography re-released on 180-gram vinyl eventually.

Before the year ends, the psychedelic pioneers will also release a huge 27-disc box set titled The Early Years 1965-1972. The collector’s item will feature unreleased material like outtakes, demos, TV appearances, concert recordings, more than 20 unreleased songs, and over 15 hours of video footage. 2016 seems like a good year for Pink Floyd fans.

(via Rolling Stone)