Pink Floyd "Pulse"

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    I am a huge PF fan and can't wait until PULSE finally comes out on DVD. Even though it's release was cancelled a while back, David Gilmour has said that it will be released in the future. I think he said something about re-mastering it or something. But I think PULSE might be the best live recording ever...
     
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    Mattias_ka,

    Have you ever been to a Pink Floyd concert? Pink Floyd was one of the pioneers of multi-channel sound and they do use it in their live performances. I have been to 4 Pink Floyd performances (1987, 1988 and twice in 1994), there are speakers set up all around the stadiums. A two channel version of this is not going to sound like a Pink Floyd Performance. DTS would be great but I would settle for a good DD 5.1 Track.
     
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    I was at a party Saturday and the guy who owns the house has a Cinema room with a 100" screen and he played the Pulse VHS tape and it sounded pretty good (video was horrible though) Even though I am not a huge Pink Floyd fan, I would LOVE this DVD. Any new news?
     
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    I have both Pulse and Delicate on VHS and Delicate wins for me hands down! Yes I love the entire DSotM on Pulse but can not beat the guitar at the first of "Run like hell" on DSoT.

    I'm in la-la land when that is playing. Need this in 5.1 big time!

    Wes
     
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    Still no word, apparently .. I frequently check out pinkfloyd-co.com ... COME ON DAVE, FINISH THE MIX AND LETS GET ON WITH IT!!!!
     
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    Whatever happen to this being released on DVD? I dug out my old VHS copy the other day and the first thing that came to mind when shine on started was how sweet this would be in a 5.1 mix.
     
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    My laserdisc now has rot on side 2 (all of Dark Side of The Moon). Bring on the DVD! ( I hope they retain the PCM track, and add a 5.1 track.
     
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    AT LAST!!!!!!
    This was posted over on www.brain-damage.co.uk
    The long-awaited, and much delayed, 2DVD release of Pink Floyd's PULSE has finally been announced. To hit the stores on 5th December (with slight variation to this date depending on country), the discs have been filled with some interesting additional material.
    DISC 1
    Concert Part 1:
    Shine On
    Learning To Fly
    High Hopes
    Take It Back
    Coming Back To Life
    Sorrow
    Keep Talking
    Another Brick In The Wall (part 2)
    One of These Days
    Screen Films:
    Shine On
    High Hopes
    Learning to Fly
    Bootlegging the Bootleggers:
    What Do You Want From Me
    On The Turning Way
    Poles Apart
    Marooned
    Shorts:
    Time (Eames)
    Money (Alien)
    Speak To Me 1987
    Pulse TV Advert
    Videos:
    Learning To Fly
    Take It Back
    DISC 2
    Concert Part 2:
    Speak To Me
    Breathe
    On The Run
    Time
    The Great Gig In The Sky
    Money
    Us And Them
    Brain Damage
    Eclipse
    Wish You Were Here
    Comfortably Numb
    Run Like Hell
    Screen Films:
    Speak To Me (graphic)
    On The Run
    Time 1994
    The Great Gig in the Sky (wave)
    Money
    Us And Them 1987
    Brain Damage
    Eclipse
    Alternate Screen Films:
    The Great Gig In The Sky (animation)
    Us And Them 1994
    Behind the Scenes Footage:
    Goodbye to Life As We Know It
    Wish You Were Here:
    Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony
    Photo Gallery
     
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    Excellent, I've been waiting for this news for along time.
     
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    Where's "Astronomy Domine?"
     
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    Pulse the video is not the same as Pulse the CD. The complete Dark Side of the Moon was performed at Earl's Court where Pulse was filmed (I don't know which dates were used). Those concerts dropped Astromony Domine and Hey You to fit the other songs. The final stand at Earl's Court was pretty much the only place that they played the complete DSOTM.

    Pulse the CD was a compilation of song that were recorded from various venues through out the tour; so the others songs were probably not filmed.
     
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    Would this release be full frame or widescreen?

    LPCM (24/48), DD, or DTS?

    Thanks.
     

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