Following The Dark Side of the Moon and Wish You Were Here box sets, out today is the final in the series: The Wall - Immersion Edition.
The album has been digitally remastered and the collection includes unreleased audio and video, a 44-page book, photos, and other assorted memorabilia.
If you’re a Pink Floyd fan, you can fully appreciate how lovingly these sets have been put together. And if you find nothing more fascinating than the idea of a two-disc allegory of personal isolation, the latest is for you.
(Of course if you’re not quite that invested, available also are the less-thorough “Discovery” and “Experience” editions. Take a look over at WhyPinkFloyd.com.)
You can hear an assortment of previously unheard demos from the collection here on YouTube. For example, apparently Comfortably Numb was originally entitled Doctor Doctor and David Gilmour sang the phrase, “You have to take it like a man.”
If you’re intrigued, here’s a more complete view of what the box contains: