Pink Floyd – Ummagumma Japan 2 LP set with obi

pink floyd - ummagumma japan lp

Offered for sale is a Japanese pressing of the double album Ummagumma by Pink Floyd, including the original obi.

About this copy: This copy of Ummagumma is a 1978 pressing on the EMI label of an album that was originally released in 1970 on the Odeon label.

The cover is M-.  The obi is M-.  The insert is M-.

The two discs are M- and look unplayed.

A nearly perfect copy of a classic Pink Floyd LP.

Background: Released in late 1969, Ummagumma was the fourth album by Pink Floyd, consisting of one live disc and one studio disc.

The album reached #5 on the UK charts and #74 on the U.S. charts, though it was later certified Platinum by the RIAA.

Allmusic.com gave Ummagumma a 3 1/2 star review:

For many years, this double-LP was one of the most popular albums in Pink Floyd’s pre-Dark Side of the Moon output, containing a live LP and a studio LP for the price of one. The live set, recorded in Birmingham and Manchester in June 1969, is limited to four numbers…”Astronomy Domine,” “Careful with That Axe Eugene,” “Set the Controls for the Heart of the Sun,” and “A Saucerful of Secrets” are all superior here to their studio originals, done longer, louder, and harder, with a real edge to the playing. The studio LP was more experimental, each member getting a certain amount of space on the record to make his own music. ..Roger Waters’ “Grantchester Meadows” was a lyrical folk-like number unlike almost anything else the group ever did.

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Country of origin: Japan
Size: 12″
Record Label: EMI
Catalog Number:
EMS-40070~71
Year of Release: 1978
Format: Stereo
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Pink Floyd – The Wall Japan 2 LP set with obi

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Offered for sale is an original 2 LP Japanese issue of Pink Floyd’s The Wall, including the original “cap” obi and all inserts.

About this copy: The copy offered for sale is an original Japanese pressing and is complete, including both custom sleeves, the Japanese lyric insert,  and the hard to find “cap” obi that folds over the cover.

The clear sticker that was originally attached to the shrink wrap is missing.

The cover is VG++, with no wear, but a bit of foxing on the inside  The “cap” obi is VG+, with no tears, but with some wear at the folds and a bit of fading.   The lyric insert and custom inner sleeves are M- with a couple of foxing spots.

The two discs are M-.   There are one or two spindle marks on the labels, but no marks on the vinyl.  Clean discs!

A nice copy of a classic LP

Background: Pink Floyd’s 1979 double album The Wall alienated a few fans and made the band a bunch of new ones.  Regardless of opinion, the album sold in the millions and is highly regarded by audiophiles as being among the best-sounding albums in the band’s catalog.

The long-out-of-print Japanese pressing is generally regarded as the best, and has been on the Absolute Sound’s recommended list for decades.

Allmusic.com gave The Wall a 4 1/2 star review:

The Wall was Roger Waters’ crowning accomplishment in Pink Floyd. It documented the rise and fall of a rock star (named Pink Floyd), based on Waters’ own experiences and the tendencies he’d observed in people around him. By then, the bassist had firm control of the group’s direction, working mostly alongside David Gilmour and bringing in producer Bob Ezrin as an outside collaborator. Drummer Nick Mason was barely involved, while keyboardist Rick Wright seemed to be completely out of the picture. Still, The Wall was a mighty, sprawling affair, featuring 26 songs with vocals: nearly as many as all previous Floyd albums combined.

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Country of origin: Japan
Size: 12″
Record Label: Sony
Catalog Number:
40AP1750~51
Year of Release: 1979
Format: Stereo
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Pink Floyd – Dark Side of the Moon complete first issue Japan LP with obi

pink floyd - dark side of the moon japan lp

Offered for sale is a complete, original 1973 Japanese pressing of The Dark Side of the Moon by Pink Floyd, complete with original obi and all inserts.

This is a true first pressing with the solid blue triangle on the label and the words, “”Mfd. by Toshiba Musical Industries Ltd.” on the labels.

About this copy: This copy of The Dark Side of the Moon is an original 1973 pressing on the Harvest label.

As far as we know, this issue was pressed using UK stampers, as the original UK catalog number SHVL-804 is stamped in the dead wax.

This copy includes the following inserts:

  • Blue poster of pyramids (different from U.S. issue)
  • Red poster of band members (different from U.S. issue)
  • 32 page booklet with band history, lyrics, photos and more (in both English and Japanese
  • Graphic card (printed on both sides; contains same graphics as stickers in the U.S. issue)
  • Original obi

The cover is VG, with two bent corners and corner and edge wear.

The obi is VG+, with a bit of wear at the bottom edge and small (about 1cm) repaired tears at the top and bottom edges .  The “hojyuhyo,” or reorder tag, is still attached.

The booklet is VG, with no general wear, but with small tears and fraying at the right hand edge.

The blue poster is M-.  The red poster is VG+, with a bit of fading across the center.  Neither poster has any tears, rips, or holes.

The card is M-.

The record appears M-, with no marks on the vinyl.  There are many spindle marks on the labels, suggesting that the album has been played quite a bit but well cared for.  It’s not dead-quiet, but it plays well.

A nice copy of an album that is astonishingly difficult to find as a first pressing.

Background: The Dark Side of the Moon was Pink Floyd’s eighth album and it’s the one that made them superstars. Reaching #1 in the U.S. and #2 in the UK, the album is one of the biggest selling albums in history.

While the album topped the U.S. charts for only one week, it spent 741 weeks in the U.S. top 200 – fifteen years.

Due to popularity with buyers, the album has been released in multiple limited editions around the world over the years, including several different colored vinyl pressings and as a picture disc.

In Japan, the album was issued multiple times with multiple variations, in 1973, 1974 (twice; stereo and quad), 1977, 1978 and 2016.

Allmusic.com gave The Dark Side of the Moon a rare 5 star review:

By condensing the sonic explorations of Meddle to actual songs and adding a lush, immaculate production to their trippiest instrumental sections, Pink Floyd inadvertently designed their commercial breakthrough with Dark Side of the Moon. …Pink Floyd may have better albums than Dark Side of the Moon, but no other record defines them quite as well as this one.

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Country of origin: Japan
Size: 12″
Record Label: EMI
Catalog Number:
EOP-80778
Year of Release: 1973
Format: Stereo
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Pink Floyd – The Dark Side of the Moon complete 1975 U.S. LP

pink floyd - dark side of the moon u.s. lp

Offered for sale is a complete early U.S. pressing of The Dark Side of the Moon by Pink Floyd, including both posters and both stickers.

We rarely have these for sale, as they’re nearly impossible to find both complete and in acceptable condition.

About this copy: This copy of The Dark Side of the Moon is a 1975 third issue of an album that was originally issued in 1973, pressed on the Harvest label.

This pressing is identified by the perimeter text on the label that says, “Mfd. by Capitol Records, Inc., a subsidiary of Capitol Industries-EMI, Inc., U.S.A. – Capitol Marca Reg. – All rights reserved. Unauthorized duplication is a violation of applicable laws.”

This copy was pressed at Capitol’s Los Angeles pressing plant.

The cover is VG+, with slight wear at the corners and edges and faint general wear.

The disc is M-, with a couple of faint scuffs from being removed from the original paper inner sleeve.  There are a couple of spindle marks on the labels, suggesting that the album has only been played a couple of times.

The posters are VG++, with no holes, rips or tears, but with slight wear at the folds.

One sticker is VG+, with a slight fold.  The other is M-, and a bit of the border adjacent to the sticker is missing.

A nice copy of an album that is surprisingly difficult to find as a clean, complete, early pressing.

Background: The Dark Side of the Moon was Pink Floyd’s eighth album and it’s the one that made them superstars. Reaching #1 in the U.S. and #2 in the UK, the album is one of the biggest selling albums in history.

While the album topped the U.S. charts for only one week, it spent 741 weeks in the U.S. top 200 – fifteen years.

Due to popularity with buyers, the album has been released in multiple limited editions around the world over the years, including several different colored vinyl pressings and as a picture disc.

In Japan, the album was issued multiple times with multiple variations, in 1973, 1974 (twice; stereo and quad), 1977, 1978 and 2016.

Allmusic.com gave The Dark Side of the Moon a rare 5 star review:

By condensing the sonic explorations of Meddle to actual songs and adding a lush, immaculate production to their trippiest instrumental sections, Pink Floyd inadvertently designed their commercial breakthrough with Dark Side of the Moon. …Pink Floyd may have better albums than Dark Side of the Moon, but no other record defines them quite as well as this one.

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Country of origin: U.S.
Size: 12″
Record Label: Harvest
Catalog Number:
SMAS-11163
Year of Release: 1975
Format: Stereo
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Pink Floyd – The Piper at the Gates of Dawn U.S. mono LP

pink floyd - the piper at the gates of dawn u.s. mono lp

Offered for sale is an original U.S. mono pressing of The Piper at the Gates of Dawn, the first album by Pink Floyd.

The U.S. mono release is far harder to find and has a different track lineup than the relatively common (but still expensive) UK release.  The mono version features significantly different mixes from the stereo release.

About this copy: This copy of The Piper at the Gates of Dawn is an original 1967 mono pressing on the Tower label.

The cover is VG, with light general wear, a bit of fraying at the seams, and a worn spot just below the Tower logo on the front where a price sticker has been removed.

This cover has no seam splits and no cutout holes.  The cover has a “6” in the lower right hand corner of the cover, indicating that it was printed at Capitol’s Los Angeles pressing plant.

The disc is VG+, with a few spindle marks and a couple of scuffs from the original paper inner sleeve (included).  It’s quite clean, with no significant marks.   The disc has a triangle with “IAM” in it in the dead wax, indicating that the disc was pressed at Capitol’s Scranton pressing plant.

A nice copy of a very rare Pink Floyd LP.

Background: Released in 1967, The Piper at the Gates of Dawn was the first album by Pink Floyd, which then included Syd Barrett on guitar and vocals.

The album was released in the U.S., UK, and Canada in both stereo and mono in late 1967.  While many UK buyers were still purchasing albums in mono in 1967, most U.S. buyers were choosing stereo releases at that time, and the U.S. mono album was deleted shortly after release, while the UK album stayed in print in mono for several years.

The mono version of the album features significantly different mixes from the stereo version.

While the Canadian pressing had the same track lineup as the UK issue, the U.S. pressing was quite different.

The UK album had 11 tracks, but the U.S. version deleted three of them (“Astronomy Domine,” “Flaming,” and “Bike”) and added “See Emily Play,” which had been recently issued as a single.

The Piper at the Gates of Dawn was one of the last albums issued on mono by Tower Records; the label only released four albums in mono after this one.

UK version has these eleven tracks:

  • Astronomy Domine
  • Lucifer Sam
  • Matilda Mother
  • Flaming
  • Pow R. Toc H.
  • Take Up They Stethoscope and Walk
  • Interstellar Overdrive
  • The Gnome
  • Chapter 24
  • The Scarecrow
  • Bike

The U.S. copy (this one) has these nine tracks:

  • See Emily Play
  • Pow R. Toc H.
  • Take Up They Stethoscope and Walk
  • Lucifer Sam
  • Matilda Mother
  • The Scarecrow
  • The Gnome
  • Chapter 24
  • Interstellar Overdrive

Allmusic.com gave The Piper at the Gates of Dawn a 5 star review:

 The Piper at the Gates of Dawn successfully captures both sides of psychedelic experimentation — the pleasures of expanding one’s mind and perception, and an underlying threat of mental disorder and even lunacy; this duality makes Piper all the more compelling in light of Barrett’s subsequent breakdown, and ranks it as one of the best psychedelic albums of all time.

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Country of origin: U.S.
Size: 12″
Record Label: Tower
Catalog Number:
T5093
Year of Release: 1967
Format: Mono
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Pink Floyd – Atom Heart Mother Japan RM quadraphonic LP with obi

pink floyd - atom heart mother japan quadraphonic lp

Offered for sale is an original Japanese quadraphonic copy of Atom Heart Mother by Pink Floyd, including the original obi.

While this copy was mastered in RM quadraphonic (also known as QS), it will play on all stereo turntables and offers a different mix from the regular stereo release.

Please note that unlike other Pink Floyd titles from Japan, all quad copies of this album were pressed on black vinyl.

About this copy: This copy of Atom Heart Mother is an original 1974 pressing on the EMI/Odeon label.

The cover is M- with trace corner wear.   The obi is VG+, with a bit of foxing, but no tears.

The 6 page lyric/liner note booklet (with information in both English and Japanese) is M-, as is the single page insert about the RM Quadraphonic process.

The black vinyl disc is M- and may be unplayed.  Beautiful copy!

A gorgeous copy of a rare Pink Floyd LP and easily the nicest copy we’ve ever seen.

Background:  Released in 1970, Atom Heart Mother was the fifth album by Pink Floyd.

The album reached #1 on the UK charts, but peaked at #55 on the U.S. charts, making it what was then the highest-ever charting album in the U.S.

The album was one of three (along with The Dark Side of the Moon and Wish You Were Here) to be remixed for quadraphonic sound, though the album was only released in quad in the U.S. on 8 track tape.

It was, however, released in SQ quadraphonic in the UK and in RM (aka QS) quad in Japan.

The quad version of the album offers a different mix from the stereo version.

Allmusic.com gave Atom Heart Mother a 3 star review:

Appearing after the sprawling, unfocused double-album set Ummagumma, Atom Heart Mother may boast more focus, even a concept, yet that doesn’t mean it’s more accessible. If anything, this is the most impenetrable album Pink Floyd released while on Harvest, which also makes it one of the most interesting of the era. Still, it may be an acquired taste even for fans, especially since it kicks off with a side-long, 23-minute extended orchestral piece that may not seem to head anywhere, but is often intriguing, more in what it suggests than what it achieves.

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Country of origin: Japan
Size: 12″
Record Label: Odeon
Catalog Number:
EOZ-80008
Year of Release: 1974
Format: Stereo
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Pink Floyd – Delicate Sound of Thunder sealed 1988 U.S. 2 LP set

pink floyd - delicate sound of thunder u.s. lp

Offered for sale is a still sealed U.S. pressing of the double album Delicate Sound of Thunder by Pink Floyd.

About this copy: This copy of Delicate Sound of Thunder is an original 1988 U.S. pressing on the Columbia label.

As the album is sealed, the records are presumably new and unplayed.

The wrap is fully intact with no rips or tears.  There is a clean punch hole in the upper left hand corner; this looks more like a promotional hole than a cutout mark.

A nice copy of an album that is surprisingly hard to find as a U.S. pressing.

Background: Released in 1988, Delicate Sound of Thunder was the first full live album by Pink Floyd.

The album reached #11 on both the U.S. and UK album charts.

Allmusic.com gave Delicate Sound of Thunder a 2 1/2 star review:

In one respect, it’s hard to fault David Gilmour for retooling Pink Floyd as a neo-oldies act with Momentary Lapse of Reason, since Roger Waters took the band over the brink with his obsessive, nonmusical The Final Cut. Fans were eager for an album that sounded like classic Floyd, which is what Momentary Lapse was. But what they really thirsted for was a live spectacle from Floyd, where they could hear the old tunes and see all the old stunts. That’s what they got on the 1987/1988 Pink Floyd world tour, which is documented on the double-disc set The Delicate Sound of Thunder.

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Country of origin: U.S.
Size: 12″
Record Label: Columbia
Catalog Number:
PC 744484
Year of Release: 1988
Format: Stereo
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Pink Floyd – Piper at the Gates of Dawn 1975 Japan LP with obi

pink floyd - piper at the gates of dawn japan LP

Offered for sale is a Japanese pressing of The Piper at the Gates of Dawn, complete with original obi and lyric insert.

About this copy: This copy of The Piper at the Gates of Dawn is a 1975 Japanese pressing on the EMI label.

The cover is VG++, and very close to M-, with a bit of foxing on the back cover but no wear.

The obi is M-.  The insert is M-.

The disc is M- and looks unplayed.

Matrix numbers:

Side 1: YAX-3419 2S

Side 2: OP-8229-B 2S

These are the same stamper numbers as used on the earlier (and very rare) 1970 issue.

A beautiful copy of a terrific record.

Background: The Piper at the Gates of Dawn, released in 1967, was the first LP from Pink Floyd and the only album by the band to predominantly feature founding member Syd Barrett.

In Japan, the album was issued on six different occasions, and each was available only for a short period of time:

  • 1967 – Green obi with Odeon catalog number OP-8229
  • 1970 – Pink “Rock Now!” obi with Odeon catalog number OP-80281 and ¥2000  price
  • 1974 – Pink “Rock Now! obi with Odeon catalog number OP-80281 and ¥2200 price
  • 1975 – White obi with EMI catalog number EMS-80317
  • 1983 – Black obi with EMI catalog number EMS-50104
  • 2016 – Green obi resembling the 1967 issue with Sony catalog number SIJP11

The 1967 and 1970 issues were available on red vinyl, though nearly all copies of the 1970 release were black.  The red version is one of the world’s rarest Pink Floyd LPs.

The Japanese pressing of The Piper at the Gates of Dawn features the UK track lineup, including “Flaming,” “Astronomy Domine,” and “Bike,” which were all removed from the LP for the U.S. release.  Unlike the UK and U.S. issues, all Japanese pressings of the album have been in stereo.

The Japanese pressing also includes an extra track, “See Emily Play,” which had previously been released as a single.

Full track list:

  • Astronomy Domine
  • Lucifer Sam
  • Matilda Mother
  • Flaming
  • Pow R. Toc. H
  • Take Up Thy Stethoscope And Walk
  • Interstellar Overdrive
  • The Gnome
  • Chapter 24
  • The Scarecrow
  • Bike
  • See Emily Play

Allmusic.com gave The Piper at the Gates of Dawn a 5 star review:

 The Piper at the Gates of Dawn successfully captures both sides of psychedelic experimentation — the pleasures of expanding one’s mind and perception, and an underlying threat of mental disorder and even lunacy; this duality makes Piper all the more compelling in light of Barrett’s subsequent breakdown, and ranks it as one of the best psychedelic albums of all time.

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Country of origin: Japan
Size: 12″
Record Label: EMI
Catalog Number:
EMS-80317
Year of Release: 1975
Format: Stereo
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Pink Floyd – More sealed U.S. Harvest 8 track tape

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Offered for sale is a still sealed U.S. 8 track tape of More, the third album by Pink Floyd.

About this copy:  This copy of More is a still sealed U.S. issue on the Harvest label, likely from the 1970s.  The tape is still sealed and is presumably unplayed.  The end of the tape has a small drill hole in it, indicating that the tape was sold as a cutout.

A nice copy of an album that’s quite hard to find on 8 track tape.

Background: The soundtrack to an obscure film, More isn’t high on the list of most Pink Floyd fans’ favorite albums, as it’s a bit more mellow and disjointed than most of their work.  It’s also not as well known as their later work; without a single to help sales, the album only reached #153 on the U.S. album charts.

Of course, soundtracks tend to be a bit disjointed, as the music is written to go along with the film, not to work as a cohesive whole.  Still, there’s a good rocker here, The Nile Song, (which was released as a single in Japan) and a couple of great ballads by David Gilmour: Green is the Colour, and Cymbaline.  In fact, More is unique in the Pink Floyd catalog as it’s the only album by the band to feature Gilmour as the only vocalist.

You can listen to “Green is the Colour” here:

As with most albums in Japan, More was released multiple times, with multiple catalog numbers, multiple obis, and on both black and red vinyl.  The first issue was pressed on red vinyl and had a single pocket cover and a now-impossibly-hard-to-find “New Rock” obi; the second issue had a gatefold cover and was pressed on both red and black vinyl with a black obi with orange print.  Later issues were pressed on black vinyl only and had an obi that was unique to that particular reissue.

The first issue is extraordinarily rare and rarely turns up for sale.  The second issue, which came out the same year as the first one, was more successful in the Japanese market, but has become much harder to find in recent years, especially in good condition.

Country of origin: U.S.
Size: 8 track tape
Record Label: Harvest
Catalog Number:
8XW-11198
Year of Release: 1973
Format: Stereo
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Pink Floyd – Piper at the Gates of Dawn 1970 Japan black vinyl LP with obi

pink floyd -piper at the gates of dawn japan LP

Offered for sale is a rare 1970 Japanese black vinyl pressing of The Piper at the Gates of Dawn, complete with original obi and lyric insert.

About this copy: This copy of The Piper at the Gates of Dawn is a rare 1970 Japanese second pressing on black vinyl, with the pink Rock Now obi and lyric insert.

The cover is VG++, and very close to M-, with a bit of minor wear on the corners.  The back cover has the correct ¥2000 price printed in the lower right hand corner, though a sticker for a higher price of ¥2200 has been placed over it.

The obi is original and is the correct obi for the 1970 issue, with a ¥2000  price at the top, though like the cover, it has a ¥2200 sticker over the original price.  The obi is VG+, with a few minor wrinkles and a small tear at the bottom edge.  The “hojyuhyo,” or reorder tag, is still attached.

The original rice paper inner sleeve is included.  The order form for the Rock Now! tote bag is missing.

The disc is M- with a faint inaudible mark through “Interstellar Overdrive.”  There are a few spindle marks on each label, but the record clearly has been well cared for and has had very little play.

Matrix numbers:

Side 1: YAX-3419 2S

Side 2: OP-8229-B 2S

A beautiful copy of a terrific record.  The 1970 pressing of this LP is, for whatever reason, the hardest Japanese issue of this LP to find, even on black vinyl.

Background: The Piper at the Gates of Dawn, released in 1967, was the first LP from Pink Floyd and the only album by the band to predominantly feature founding member Syd Barrett.

In Japan, the album was issued on six different occasions, and each was available only for a short period of time:

  • 1967 – Green obi with Odeon catalog number OP-8229
  • 1970 – Pink “Rock Now!” obi with Odeon catalog number OP-80281 and ¥2000  price
  • 1974 – Pink “Rock Now! obi with Odeon catalog number OP-80281 and ¥2200 price
  • 1975 – White obi with EMI catalog number EMS-80317
  • 1983 – Black obi with EMI catalog number EMS-50104
  • 2016 – Green obi resembling the 1967 issue with Sony catalog number SIJP11

The 1967 and 1970 issues were available on red vinyl, though nearly all copies of the 1970 release were black.  The red version is one of the world’s rarest Pink Floyd LPs.

The Japanese pressing of The Piper at the Gates of Dawn features the UK track lineup, including “Flaming,” “Astronomy Domine,” and “Bike,” which were all removed from the LP for the U.S. release.  Unlike the UK and U.S. issues, all Japanese pressings of the album have been in stereo.

The Japanese pressing also includes an extra track, “See Emily Play,” which had previously been released as a single.

Full track list:

  • Astronomy Domine
  • Lucifer Sam
  • Matilda Mother
  • Flaming
  • Pow R. Toc. H
  • Take Up Thy Stethoscope And Walk
  • Interstellar Overdrive
  • The Gnome
  • Chapter 24
  • The Scarecrow
  • Bike
  • See Emily Play

Allmusic.com gave The Piper at the Gates of Dawn a 5 star review:

 The Piper at the Gates of Dawn successfully captures both sides of psychedelic experimentation — the pleasures of expanding one’s mind and perception, and an underlying threat of mental disorder and even lunacy; this duality makes Piper all the more compelling in light of Barrett’s subsequent breakdown, and ranks it as one of the best psychedelic albums of all time.

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Country of origin: Japan
Size: 12″
Record Label: Odeon
Catalog Number:
OP-80281
Year of Release: 1970
Format: Stereo
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