This summer Pink Floyd reissued their first four full-length LPs: The Piper at the Gates of Dawn (1967), A Saucerful of Secrets (1968), the More soundtrack, and Ummagumma (both 1969). Now the venerable English rockers are back with another slew of 180-gram vinyl reissues, due September 23rd via their own Pink Floyd Records label. This time, fans will be able to score the next three studio albums in the band's discography, all of which have been in need of the vinyl reissue treatment for some time.
Here's what's unique about each album:
Atom Heart Mother (1970)
The band's first recording with an orchestra, Atom Heart Mother, also holds the distinction of being their first UK #1 album. Originally available in both stereo and mono versions, this reissue features stereo sound and a gatefold sleeve.