LP (1977) - Harvest SHVL 815
LP (1977) - Columbia JC 34474
LP (????) - Harvest 2C 068-98434Y (pink vinyl, only in France)
8T (1977) - Harvest 8X-SHVL 815
CD (1984) - Columia CK 34474
CD (1984) - EMI CDP 7 46128 2
CD (1992) - EMI 7 80568 2 (included in collection "Shine On")
CD (1994) - EMI 8 29748 2 (digital remaster)
CD (????) - Columbia CSCS 6042 (only in Japan
minidisc (1994) - Columbia CM 34474
LP (1997) - EMI 8 59864 1 (reedice)
- Pigs On The Wing (part 1)
- Pigs (Three Different Ones)
- Pigs On The Wing (part 2)
Recorded at Britannia Row studios, London, April to November 1976.
Producer: Pink Floyd
Artwork: Roger Waters,
Graphics: Nick Mason
Photography: Aubrey Powell,
Howard Bartrop, Nic Tucker, Bob Ellis, Rob Brimson, Colin Jones
The inflatable pig was designed and manufactured by E.R.G. Amsterdam.
Snowy White - guitar solo on the US 8 track version.
Unjustly somewhat forgotten and unrecognized Pink Floyd album, which reflects Waters' growing feelings of alienation and pressure.
The album was the first and very important step to his most celebrated album The Wall.
The 8T released in America featured the songs Pigs on the Wing part 1 and 2, linked together by a guitar solo recorded by Snowy White, who would later be part of the
at the 1980 The Wall concerts.