The Endless River [CD/Blu-Ray] [CD & Blu-Ray]

  • Artist: Pink Floyd
  • SKU: 9491149
  • Release Date: 11/10/2014
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Overall Customer Rating:
91% of customers would recommend this product to a friend (97 out of 107)

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  • Anisina [Audio-Visual Content]
  • Untitled [Audio-Visual Content]
  • Evrika (a) [Audio-Visual Content]
  • Nervana [Audio-Visual Content]
  • Allons-y [Audio-Visual Content]
  • Evrika (b) [Audio-Visual Content]
  • TBS9 [Audio Content]
  • TBS 14 [Audio Content]
  • Nervana [Audio Content]
  • The Endless River [5.1 Surround and Stereo]


Overall customer rating

4.3
91%
would recommend to a friend
  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Floyd fans will travel back in time

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    DaveDaveD
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    This is album is definitely worthwhile to own for most Pink Floyd fans. Let's just get this out up front. It is a new album, but the recordings are based around 20 year old sessions from The Division Bell era. Also, there is only one track with vocals, so this is mostly a instrumental album. But some of the best Pink Floyd music was, so it's great. There are tones that bring you back to Wish You Were Here and drums harkening back to the Ummagumma days. They have not forgot how to be psychedelic here. Plenty of Gilmour guitar to satisfy any Gilmour fan like myself. And basically the are 4 pieces of music broken down into multiple parts, very much like the 70's prog rock scene. Of course, here are tones of the Division Bell since much of the music was produced then when Rick Wright was still with us. Along the way you get some Meddle and The Wall feelings so it really feels like Floyd. It's a bit loose and sounds like a jam session in a couple of areas, which is probably what Floyd fans haven't heard since the 70's. No Roger Waters on this one, so don't expect a reunion. Definitely grab if your a fan of the early 70's Floyd and even if not familiar with the early recordings, I think most true Pink Floyd fans will be able enjoy this one.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

    A Throwback to the Days Before the Dark Side

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    kboroczk
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    If you are a true Pink Floyd fan, one who appreciates *ALL* of their output throughout the 60's and early 70's (pre-Dark Side), you will "understand" this album and how it fits within the entire Pink Floyd catalog. This album is a good representation of how Pink Floyd created their music before they found more focused Waters in 1973. The production is top notch and there are many catchy nuggets within this collection of material not used for the Division Bell release. When I heard about this project, I had my doubts about how they could make something like this work. And although I am pleasantly surprised on how well it turned out, I still believe that a fan of that early material will better appreciate what this record means and how to truly appreciate it.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    I hear Ghosts everywhere...

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    PackersFan25
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    I am listening to this now and this is very old-school Floyd. There are ghosts of many songs from albums going way back through their entire catalogue. Only Pink Floyd could have done this without words. This last iteration from Floyd is very experimental. Exactly how they started. This is more like Ummagumma than any other piece of work so if you want something more commercial you should probably listen to someone else's copy before you spend your money. Endless River is a very enchanting and friendly haunted house of music with the chief spirit of ethereal sound being Rick Wright floating through your ears with a smile on his face :)

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Flows seamlessly with the Division Bell

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    GilmourDisciple
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    This material was originally intended to be a second part of the Division Bell & is the last time that you will get to hear Richard Wright play along with David & Nick. The CD is a soundscape that will take you on a journey by itself or if you listen to it directly after the Division Bell you will feel how effortlessly it fits together even 20 years plus after the release of the Division Bell. The last track Louder Than Words speaks to the process of what may happen but knowing that in the end everything that they all contribute makes for a sum being greater than its parts. This is something that you should add to your collection.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

    Satisfied fan

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    Brazuca
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    I'm a fan of Pink Floyd, and this album has styles from different albums, so nothing not to like here. However, if all you know from The Pink Floyd is "Dark Side of the Moon" and/or "Wish you were here", you may be disappointed with an all instrumental (but for 1 song) album. The box art is beautiful and inspired. Inside there are a few post cards and a booklet. The blu-ray disk idea was very interesting, but the surround effect is not exploited enough. I take down 1 star because I thought the album was missing some excitement. The "side 1-4"labeling is confusing. All my friends and I were initially confused with the 1 CD and not 2.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Pink Floyd's Swang Song

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    yaosou
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    I couldn't wait to buy this new Pink Floyd's album. First thing when I left my house on release date, I ran to Best Buy to get it. I loaded cd into my car's audio as soon as I got back into my car and I fall in love with this album from the first seconds I heard it. DVD has an interesting material too. It sad to know that there won't be another album, but looking at the bright side, we can always return to their albums again and again. God bless your soul Rick Wright! You left this World, but your music will always stay with us.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Great Washing Machine at a good price.

    Posted
    Williamtell
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    The machine was easy to set up and easy to operate. it is working great and replaces our old front loader that died. very happy with the washer, not happy with Best buy guys. They loaded the washer in the bed of my 2014 truck and I had a blanket to protect the bed but it was in a box so should have been ok. they had loose screws embedded in the bottom of the box that were from something else but the box had been set on them and they stuck in the box. it scratched the bed of my new truck. watch out for their customer service..

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 3 out of 5 stars

    Initial listening

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    muzesick
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    I will start off by saying I have only listen to this album once. I am a fan of Pink Floyd, so i bought this album on site. It is mostly instrumental and it sounds alot like Dark Side of the Moon. I wonder if this is material they recorded while making DSotM. The videos are studio sessions and not music videos that the band is known for making. If you are a fan of Floyd then this is a must buy to complete your collection. If you are just interested and only flirt with Floyd do not buy it.

    I would recommend this to a friend



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