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Pink Floyd The Early Years 1965 – 1972 – album review

Album Review

Careful with that bank balance, Eugene

Before the fanfare heralding this gargantuan boxed set had even died away the hardcore complaining began. “Not comprehensive enough!” “Where’s the super-8 footage of Syd cleaning his teeth!?” “Why no 2016 5.1 mix of Echoes?”, and, loudest of all, “How fucking much?” Regardless of the validity of some or all of these objections, it cannot be denied that these 27 discs with over 25 hours of audio and visual material and associated flummeries, present a sumptuous feast for the serious Floyd fan to get stuck into.

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