The folks at WhyPinkFloyd have teamed up with existing band members and EMI Music to bring fans a treasure chest full of Floydian goodies this September.  All of the bands 14 original studio albums will get the remaster treatment and will be released in many different ways.  This is no acid trip friends, pure reality.  From the Sid Barrett days through David Gilmour's Floyd, there seems to be something for every level of fan and budget.

Here is a snippet from the EMI press release:

Revealed today are details of a huge Pink Floyd release schedule, featuring all the studio albums newly remastered including unreleased music from the archives and collectors' box sets. With three of the major titles coming in three different editions each, there's an edition for every level of fan, from casual enthusiast, to the biggest Floydheads! The comprehensive release schedule kicks off on September 26, 2011, and encompasses CDs, DVDs, Blu-ray discs, an SACD, an array of digital formats, viral marketing, iPhone Apps and a brand-new single-album 'Best Of' collection. Vinyl editions are also in the works for release in due course. We're delighted to bring you details of the remasters, the collection boxset, the best of, and for three of the albums (so far) the three different special editions on offer - Discovery, Experience, and Immersion - and just what to expect for each album. We've also got those important pre-order links, so that you can secure your chosen release(s)...
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