Offered for sale is an original 1994 still sealed blue vinyl U.S. pressing of The Division Bell by Pink Floyd.
Released in 1994, The Division Bell was Pink Floyd’s first studio album in seven years and the second without founding member Roger Waters. Despite mixed critical reception, the album reached #1 on the American album charts.
The album was released in LP form in both the U.S. and the UK. While the UK pressings were issued on standard black vinyl, the American pressings were available on a translucent light blue vinyl.
The LP version of The Division Bell has a playing time of about 8 minutes shorter than the compact disc version, as seven of the eleven songs on the album were shortened for the LP version.
About this copy: This copy of The Division Bell is an original still sealed U.S. pressing, presumably on blue vinyl, issued in 1994 on Columbia records.
As the album is still sealed, the record is presumably new and unplayed. As far as we know all original U.S. issues were blue vinyl, so that is what you should find inside.
The shrink wrap is completely intact, with no rips, cuts, holes, or tears. It’s as nice a copy as you could ever hope to find and should be your final upgrade.
A terrific copy of an LP that has become quite hard to find in recent years.
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