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Did you know that drum parts from Bring The Boys Back Home were reused in High Hopes? Did you know that they used 420 cardboard bricks for The Wall Tour stage? Did you know that in 1967 Pink Floyd were recording Piper At The Gates Of Dawn at Abbey Road studios almost simultaneously with The Beatles, who were working on Sergeant Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band?
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delicate sound of thunder

Delicate Sound Of Thunder

release date:

22.11. 1988

catalog numbers:

LP (1988) - EMI EQ 5009
LP (1988) - Columbia PC2 44484
CD (1988) - EMI CDS 7 91480 2
CD (1988) - Columbia C2K 44484
CD (1988) - Columbia 42DP 5294-5 (only in Japan)
minidisc (1994) - Columbia C2M 44484
LP (1988) - A60 00545 007 No. 1 + No. 2 (only in Soviet Union)


  • Shine On You Crazy Diamond
  • Learning To Fly
  • Yet Another Movie
  • Round And Around
  • Sorrow
  • The Dogs Of War
  • On The Turning Away
  • One Of These Days
  • Time
  • Wish You Were Here
  • Us And Them (pouze na CD)
  • Money
  • Another Brick In The Wall (part 2)
  • Comfortably Numb
  • Run Like Hell


Recorded live in August 1988 at Nassau Colliseum, NY.
Producer: David Gilmour
Artwork: Storm Thorgerson
Graphics, photography, art: Andy Earl, Anthony May, Nexus, John Crossland, John McGill
Pink Floyd management: Steve O'Rourke, EMKA Production, London

Jon Carin - keyboards, vocals
Tim Renwick - guitars, vocals
Guy Pratt - bass guitar, vocals
Gary Wallis - percussion
Scott Page - saxophones
Margret Taylor, Rachel Furry, Durga McBroom - backing vocals


Live double album from a show which was part of the A Momentary Lapse Of Reason, also released as a video. The first live Pink Floyd album since Ummagumma.
The song Us and Them is on the CD only and the order of the tracks was changed for the LP (Wish You Were Here and Comfortably Numb swapped).
Surprisingly, the album was also released in then Soviet Union, but as two separate records. The Soviet astronauts took a copy with them to the MIR orbital station, which made Pink Floyd the first band ever to make it into the outer space, although there were T-shirts with an inscription that read „Pink Floyd – first in space“ as early as in the sixties.  Back
English version by:
Vít Benešovský, Jan "Johnny" Petrus

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