Pink Floyd – Studio Albums (1967 – 1994) {Non-Remastered}

Pink Floyd - Studio Albums (1967 - 1994) {Non-Remastered}

Pink Floyd – Studio Albums (1967 – 1994) {Non-Remastered}
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Label: Various | Genre: Progressive Rock, Psychedelic Rock

Some bands turn into shorthand for a certain sound or style, and Pink Floyd belongs among that elite group. The very name connotes something specific: an elastic, echoing, mind-bending sound that evokes the chasms of space. Pink Floyd grounded that limitless sound with exacting explorations of mundane matters of ego, mind, memory, and heart, touching upon madness, alienation, narcissism, and society on their concept albums of the ’70s. Of these concept albums, Dark Side of the Moon resonated strongest, earning new audiences year after year, decade after decade, and its longevity makes sense. That 1973 concept album distilled the wild psychedelia of their early years — that brief, heady period when they were fronted by Syd Barrett — into a slow, sculpted, widescreen epic masterminded by Roger Waters, the bassist who was the band’s de facto leader in the ’70s. Waters fueled the band’s golden years, conceiving such epics as Wish You Were Here and The Wall, but the band survived his departure in the ’80s, with guitarist David Gilmour stepping to the forefront on A Momentary Lapse of Reason and The Division Bell. Throughout the years, drummer Nick Mason and keyboardist Rick Wright appeared in some capacity, and the band’s sonic signature was always evident: a wide, expansive sound that was instantly recognizable as their own, yet was adopted by all manner of bands, from guitar-worshipping metal-heads to freaky, hippie, ambient electronic duos. Unlike almost any of their peers, Pink Floyd played to both sides of the aisle: they were rooted in the blues but their heart belonged to the future, a dichotomy that made them a quintessentially modern 20th century band.

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Disc List:

1967. The Piper at the Gates of Dawn (1987, EMI, CDP 7 46384 2, 1st UK)
1967. The Piper at the Gates of Dawn (1987, EMI, CDP 7 46384 2, 2nd UK)
1967. The Piper at the Gates of Dawn (1988, Toshiba-EMI, CP32-5269, 2nd Japan)

1968. A Saucerful Of Secrets (1987, EMI, CDP 7 46383 2, 1st UK)
1968. A Saucerful Of Secrets (1987, Toshiba-EMI, CP32-5272, 1st Japan)
1968. A Saucerful Of Secrets (1988, Toshiba-EMI, CP32-5272, 3rd Japan)

1969. More (1987, Capitol, CDP 7 46386 2, 1st USA)
1969. More (1987, Capitol, CDP 7 46386 2, 2nd USA)
1969. More (1988, Toshiba-EMI, CP32-5273, 2nd Japan)
1969. More (198_, EMI, CDP 7 46386 2, 1st W.Germany)

1969. Ummagumma (1988, Toshiba-EMI, CP28-5270-71, 2nd Japan, 2CD)
1969. Ummagumma (1989, Capitol, CDPB 7 46404 2, 3rd USA, 2CD)
1969. Ummagumma (198_, EMI, CDS 7 46404 8, 1st W.Germany, 2CD)

1970. Atom Heart Mother (1987, Capitol, CDP 7 46381 2, 1st USA)
1970. Atom Heart Mother (1987, Toshiba-EMI, CP32-5274, 1st Japan)
1970. Atom Heart Mother (198_, EMI, CDP 7 46381 2, 1st UK)
1970. Atom Heart Mother (198_, EMI, CDP 7 46381 2, 1st W.Germany)

1971. Meddle (1985, Toshiba-EMI, CP32-5032, 1st Japan, Black Triangle Ed.)
1971. Meddle (1986, Harvest, CDP 7 46034 2, 1st UK, Black Label Ed.)
1971. Meddle (1987, Harvest, CDP 7 46034 2, 3rd UK)

1972. Obscured by Clouds (1988, Toshiba-EMI, CP32-5275, 2nd Japan)
1972. Obscured by Clouds (198_, Capitol, C2 46385, 1st Canada)
1972. Obscured by Clouds (198_, EMI, CDP 7 46385 2, 1st W.Germany)
1972. Obscured by Clouds (198_, EMI, CDP 7 46385 2, Holland)

1973. The Dark Side Of The Moon (1983, Toshiba-EMI, CP35-3017, 1st Japan, Black Triangle Ed., Pre-emphasis)
1973. The Dark Side Of The Moon (1984, Harvest, CDP 7 46001 2, 1st UK, Black Label Ed., Pre-emphasis)
1973. The Dark Side Of The Moon (1986, Capitol, CDP 7 46001 2, 6th USA)
1973. The Dark Side Of The Moon (1986, Harvest, CDP 7 46001 2, 5th UK)
1973. The Dark Side Of The Moon (1986, Toshiba-EMI, CP35-3017, 3rd Japan, Black Triangle Ed.)
1973. The Dark Side Of The Moon (1987, Capitol, CDP 7 46001 2, 15th USA)

1975. Wish You Were Here (1983, CBS Sony, 35DP-4, 2nd Japan, Pre-emphasis)
1975. Wish You Were Here (1984, CBS, CK 33453, 3rd USA)
1975. Wish You Were Here (1984, Harvest, CDP 7 46035 2, 1st UK)
1975. Wish You Were Here (1985, CBS Sony, 32DP-359, 3rd Japan)
1975. Wish You Were Here (1987, Harvest, CDP 7 46035 2, 6th UK)

1977. Animals (1985, CBS Sony, 32DP-360, 1st Japan)
1977. Animals (1985, CBS, CDCBS 81861, 3rd Australia)
1977. Animals (1986, Harvest, CDP 7 46128 2, 1st UK)
1977. Animals (198_ Columbia, CK-34474, 3rd Canada)

1979. The Wall (1984, Harvest, CDP 7 46036 8, 1st UK, Black Label Ed., 2CD)
1979. The Wall (1985, CBS Sony, 50DP 361-62, 1st Japan, 2CD, Pre-emphasis)
1979. The Wall (1985, Harvest, CDP 7 46036 8, 2nd W.Germany, Black Label Ed., 2CD)
1979. The Wall (1987, Harvest, CDS 7 46036 8, 4th UK, 2CD)
1979. The Wall (198_, Columbia, C2K-36183, 3rd Canada, Black Label Ed., 2CD)

1983. The Final Cut (1983, CBS Sony, 35DP-53, 1st Japan, Pre-emphasis)
1983. The Final Cut (1984, Harvest, CDP 7 46129 2, 1st UK)
1983. The Final Cut (1985, CBS Sony, 32DP-364, 2nd Japan)
1983. The Final Cut (1985, CBS, CK 38243, 3rd USA)
1983. The Final Cut (1985, CBS, CK 38243, 4th USA)
1983. The Final Cut (1986, Harvest, CDP 7 46129 2, 2nd UK)

1987. A Momentary Lapse Of Reason (1987, CBS Sony, 32DP 820, 1st Japan)
1987. A Momentary Lapse Of Reason (1987, EMI, CDP 7 48068 2, 1st UK)
1987. A Momentary Lapse Of Reason (198_, CBS, CDCBS460188 2, 1st Austria)
1987. A Momentary Lapse Of Reason (198_, CDP 7 48068 2, 1st Germany)

1994. The Division Bell (1994, EMI, 7243 8 28984 2 9, 1st EU)
1994. The Division Bell (1994, Sony, SRCS 7324, 1st Japan)

 

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  • Wilmer

    It’s a problem with 1979. The Wall (1985, CBS Sony, 50DP 361-62, 1st Japan, 2CD, Pre-emphasis) the cue file doesn’t open, checkit up please…

  • Wilmer

    The 1979. The Wall (1985, CBS Sony, 50DP 361-62, 1st Japan, 2CD, Pre-emphasis) has a problem with the cue file, can’t split with foobar2000, check it up please, thanks…

  • Wilmer

    Excellent job, infinitely grateful, huge hug….

  • GoodFlower

    according to information http://pinkfloydarchives.com both editions were had as pressing plant in Japan. also
    at the bottom edge of the label, it says: “Made in Japan”, oops I must correct this error in my publication.

    Returning to the subject

    first edition -> http://pinkfloydarchives.com/DUSCDPF.htm#Wallmf1

    second edition -> http://pinkfloydarchives.com/DUSCDPF.htm#Wallmf2

    both are identical pressing only differ in the packaging and matrix number.

    even analyzing first edition peaks -> http://pinkfloydarchives.com/DUSCDPF.htm#Wallmf1

    Disc 1: 81.9 / 75.4 / 90.4 / 91.0 / 81.3 / 82.9 / 32.2 / 68.4 / 86.5 / 78.7 / 56.7 / 81.6 / 17.2
    Disc 2: 70.9 / 55.3 / 44.8 / 47.4 / 51.2 / 81.8 / 58.9 / 75.3 / 77.8 / 91.6 / 100 / 72.9 / 10.1

    and comparing with CueTools-accurip report http://losslessma.net/rock/progressive-rock/pink-floyd-4-albums-mfsl-remastered-24-karat-gold-cd/

    Disc 1:
    Track Peak [ CRC32 ] [W/O NULL] [ LOG ]
    — 91.0 [40A4EFAB] [B5C4C272]
    01 81.9 [04766E75] [9BB5F02D] CRC32
    02 75.4 [64837B23] [16F25C18] CRC32
    03 90.4 [37CD81E6] [69EFE804] CRC32
    04 91.0 [3E4B1D5D] [0369D49D] CRC32
    05 81.3 [9ECF93F6] [2C079020] CRC32
    06 82.9 [96DFD885] [1BFB889C] CRC32
    07 32.2 [1DE99437] [08B3B405] CRC32
    08 68.4 [C6F66BE8] [7E079B1E] CRC32
    09 86.5 [E7AC314E] [F20D55E0] CRC32
    10 78.7 [0C306285] [1A2AF5CA] CRC32
    11 56.7 [8ABD0656] [91BBE8FB] CRC32
    12 81.6 [D2FD7283] [8A0A6EFB] CRC32
    13 17.2 [3C735BDA] [3F79ED39] CRC32

    Disc 2:
    Track Peak [ CRC32 ] [W/O NULL] [ LOG ]
    — 100.0 [385CEEE3] [C5581A1D]
    01 70.9 [8A3C0D1A] [3BF0FF82] CRC32
    02 55.3 [88315641] [EC1D2053] CRC32
    03 44.8 [66A5E313] [5C73A3EC] CRC32
    04 47.4 [5732DF92] [296AA2B5] CRC32
    05 51.2 [3C16E274] [98B23E1A] CRC32
    06 81.8 [517E5233] [2E80D9B1] CRC32
    07 58.9 [7D1EE344] [E003BC37] CRC32
    08 75.3 [18DB0B4E] [B9D87EF2] CRC32
    09 77.8 [09CB5287] [C8CB6088] CRC32
    10 91.6 [3ED73442] [51CF1E8D] CRC32
    11 100.0 [666EBB25] [E68236FC] CRC32
    12 72.9 [737B80AD] [E070DE0F] CRC32
    13 10.1 [996F988A] [0B873787] CRC32

    are identical

    conclusion: Both editions have identical pressing therefore the sound is the same.

    • Wilmer

      “Atom Heart Mother” two versions was pressed in USA; “Meddle” only the first
      version was mad in japan the other 3 version was pressed in USA; “The Wall” two
      versions was pressing in japan, “Wish You Were Here” 1994 mastersound also made in japan; “Dark Side Of The Moon” have two editions with two versions the japanese was the first edition and the amercan was the second… do you have the first version of “Meddle”?, many thanks…

      • GoodFlower

        Unfortunately I don’t have it

        • Wilmer

          Ok thanks, a question, do you have old cd versions discography of michel jackson, madonna, police or bob marley???

  • GoodFlower

    Many thanks for your report. Fixed!

  • Calvino

    which version is better ? And what is different in terms of musical quality? please help me . if someone inform me it would be great because I really need to understand.

    • GoodFlower

      wow It’s a difficult question to answer, many people like to hear old japanese pressings. I think that they’re right, howeve the ‘non-remasters’ almost always are quality pieces, I can assure you that.

      • Calvino

        Thank you so much for your reasonable answer. I agree with you about non-remasters version

      • Jack Pandalord (‘Uchiha’)

        So you are saying that the UK record versions are of better quality?

    • Rafael Senra

      In that website, you’ll found better informations about dynamic range levels, which I think that is a much relevant aspect to look about: http://dr.loudness-war.info/

  • Mathdwx

    Do we need to de-emphasis the pre-emphasis albulms ?

    • GoodFlower

      Yes

      • Mathdwx

        Do you have any software to recommend ?

        • GoodFlower

          yes of course

          1. Download SoX, if you want install .exe or download portable .zip

          2. copy the pre-emphasized FLAC files to the directory where you have SoX installed/unzipped (for example: C:Program Filessox-14-4-2) and..

          3. Hold shift and right click and select menu option to “Open Command Window Here”
          Then you use the command:
          sox -S "input file name.flac" "output file name (different from input name).flac" deemph

          NOTE: Dont forget edit the .cue file with a text editor like a notepad and remove the lines that read “FLAGS PRE”

          for example:

          REM GENRE “Classic Rock”
          REM DATE 1969
          REM DISCID EE0B1C11
          REM COMMENT “ExactAudioCopy v0.95b3”
          PERFORMER “Beatles”
          TITLE “Abbey Road”
          FILE “Beatles – Abbey Road.flac” WAVE
          TRACK 01 AUDIO
          TITLE “Come Together”
          PERFORMER “Beatles”
          FLAGS PRE
          INDEX 01 00:00:00
          TRACK 02 AUDIO
          TITLE “Something”
          PERFORMER “Beatles”
          FLAGS PRE
          INDEX 00 04:18:12
          INDEX 01 04:20:05

          • Mathdwx

            Thank you very much, very useful !

    • Lachesis81

      Hi, do we need to use that software on all tracks ? Can’t we just listen it directly with foobar2000 ?
      Sorry, i’m not an audio expert…

      • GoodFlower

        Only in pre-emphasis albums, you should apply de-emphasis to flac image only. if you playback through foobar2000 won’t be problem just a different sound; now if you want listen with de-emphasis you must use a filter like convolver

  • Mathdwx

    I’m tryng to find the Columbia CK 64200 “The Division Bell” albulm considered by many as the best version. If you could add this one, it would be nice !

  • Federico Fernandez

    how can i download the full folder at once? or i have to dowanload each album?. thanks

    • MrBOT

      Per album only

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