Pulse is being re-released with a 52-page hardback photo book

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Pink Floyd will re-release their 1995 live album Pulse on heavyweight 180-gram vinyl.

Pulse was compiled by James Guthrie, using various performances from the band’s 1994 Division Bell tour across the UK and Europe. The album includes The Dark Side Of The Moon performed in full live, as well as a whole side dedicated to the show’s encore.

The 4-LP set includes four different inner sleeves, each inside individual outer sleeves, plus a 52-page hardback photo book, all encased in a thick card slipcase. “One Of These Days” was included in the LP and cassette version of the album as an additional track.

This 2018 release was remastered from the original tapes by James Guthrie, Joel Plante and Bernie Grundman. Aubrey Powell of Hipgnosis and Peter Curzon, who worked on the original art with the late Hipgnosis co-founder, Storm Thorgerson, recreated the art package.

Pulse will be available from 18 May 2018.

LP1 Side One
Shine On You Crazy Diamond (Parts 1-5, 7)
Astronomy Domine
What Do You Want From Me

LP1 Side Two
Learning To Fly
Keep Talking
Coming Back To Life

LP2 Side One
Hey You
A Great Day For Freedom
Sorrow

LP2 Side Two
High Hopes
Another Brick In The Wall (Part Two)
One of These Days

LP3 Side One
The Dark Side Of The Moon
Speak To Me
Breathe (In The Air)
On The Run
Time

LP3 Side Two
The Great Gig In The Sky
Money

LP4 Side One
Us And Them
Any Colour You Like
Brain Damage
Eclipse

LP4 Side Two
Encores
Wish You Were Here
Comfortably Numb
Run Like Hell

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