Pink Floyd’s 1994 LP, The Division Bell was their second album without founder Roger Waters, and as it happened, their final studio LP. Critics had mixed opinions about the album, but the public liked it and it sold well and was followed by a successful tour.
The LP was issued on vinyl in the United States, the United Kingdom and South Korea, and the U.S. and UK copies featured different cover photos from one another. Unlike the American copies, the UK pressings were on black vinyl. The UK pressings are also considerably harder to find than their American counterparts.
Offered for sale is a beautiful example of a first pressing of the UK LP, EMI EMD 1055, complete with the custom lyric inner sleeve.
Both the record and cover are M-; the record hasn’t been played more than once or twice. While the blue vinyl American copies turn up for sale from time to time, the UK pressings are rarely available.
A beautiful example of a truly scarce LP by an iconic band.
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