- Vinyl (30 June 2014)
- Original Release Date: 26 August 2016
- Number of Discs: 2
- Format: Box set, Import, Original recording remastered
- Label: PARLOPHONE USA
- Run Time: 66 minutes
- ASIN: B00KBNRXXS
- Customer Reviews: 1,668 customer ratings
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Division Bell (Inc Dl Card)
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Audio CD, Explicit Lyrics, Import, 5 February 2016
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I do have artist I " favour" but
wouldn't necessarily call me
a fan. So I love music with
acoustic instruments so, I like
Floyd (a lot of people do!)but,
this album is NOT Floyd to my
ears, it's more "Gilmour" than
Floyd! In saying this as an album
it's not very good,out of 11 tracks
there's probably only a few that are
any good & maybe only 1 that is of
quality ("Take it Back"). It's got fillers
on it in the way of instrumentals now.
Mr Gilmour is an excellent guitarist but,
that's no excuse for putting average
instrumental tracks on your album.
Written produced etc. by Gilmour but,
he also plays virtually every instrument,
I wonder if he made the tea too. Don't
get me wrong, I'm not hating on him but,
this is not the "real floyd"!
Weather you're a "Floyd" fan or not,
do yourself a favour &,look elsewhere
for "proper" Floyd material start with,
"Echoes" the best of pink floyd this IS
Brilliant and a "full fat" FIVE STARS &,
the title track from it "Echoes" will
illustrate what a brilliant guitar driven
Great as Echoes is sadly,The Division Bell
Not recommended,try albums written
by Roger Walters with him on bass.
One star for decent sound quality.
The vinyl is a tape of two halves. The first LP has some surface noise in places, as typical of other Floyd remasters albums, though it didn’t skip like some other people reported. A good wet and vac clean on my record cleaner helped with that. The second LP in contrast is perfect and sounds absolutely fabulous! A credit to remastering.
Right, now to the good stuff.
This album has and still does play a very important part in my life ever since the first time I heard it on cassette back in 94".
The way every single track flawlessly flows one into the other still mezmerises me to this day.
I thought it couldn't sound any better other than on cd, boy how wrong have I been,
From the second cluster one started spinning, till the needle lifted when high hopes ended, it truly was an amazing, emotional journey all over again.
The division bell on vynal is surely one of thee greatest things I've ever purchased.
This is an absolute must for any pink floyd fan!