Roger Waters announces Amused To Death reissue

Roger Waters is preparing to reissue his 1992 solo album, Amused To Death. The project contains brand new stereo and 5.1 mixes from Waters' long term collaborator, Pink Floyd’s sound engineer, James Guthrie, and will come with additional never before released content and new graphics. The album will be reportedly released on both Super Audio CD and 200g vinyl.

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Roger Waters is preparing to reissue his 1992 solo album, Amused To Death.

The project contains brand new stereo and 5.1 mixes from Waters’ long term collaborator, Pink Floyd’s sound engineer, James Guthrie, and will come with additional never before released content and new graphics.

The album will be reportedly released on both Super Audio CD and 200g vinyl.

No official release date has yet been given, although one site reports it is due out on September 23, 2014.

Guthrie will preview samples of these newly mastered stereo and 5.1 tracks at Pink Floyd: Sound, Sight, and Structure, the Pink Floyd interdisciplinary conference hosted at Princeton University on April 12, 2014.


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