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Dark Side of the Moon SACD nominated for Hi-Fi Award
Posted by madhack on Nov 9, 2003
High Fidelity Review has announced its nominations for the 2003 Surround Music People's Choice Awards, an award for the best high-fidelity (SACD or DVD-A) release of the year. Dark Side of the Moon is among the six nominations. Cast your vote to let the band know that you appreciate high-fidelity releases!
David Gilmour honored by Queen Elizabeth
Posted by madhack on Nov 8, 2003
According to an Associated Press article, David Gilmour has been made a Commander of the Order of the British Empire by the Queen to honor his contributions to the music world.
New Waters Album/Tour 2004
Posted by pulse on Jun 16, 2003
REG is citing undisclosed sources inside the Waters camp who state that his current studio project is tentatively set for release in Spring 2004. He may support the long-awaited album with a European/North American tour. Any official news will be posted immediately.
Gilmour on BBC 2
Posted by pulse on Jun 7, 2003
Tonight (7th June 2003) at 9:00 PM GMT, David Gilmour discusses the early years of Pink Floyd on BBC Radio 2. Thanks to Paul Cruise for the heads up.
Ready for Pompeii DVD?
Posted by pulse on Apr 24, 2003
Even after the SACD issue of The Dark Side of the Moon, the year's most highly anticipated release by Pink Floyd is yet to come. The remastering and reissue of Pink Floyd's 1972 monster cult classic, Pink Floyd: Live at Pompeii is about to find a store shelf near you. This will be a director's cut DVD digitally remastered for your eyeballs and eardrums with extra concert footage and even more scenes from inside the studio during production of Dark Side. No finalized date yet, but a release looks to be out as early as June. In the meantime, you can read these interesting tidbits from the Pink Floyd fanzine, Brain Damage.
Update: According to the good folks above, Universal has set a release date for October 21st.
Rolling Stone feature on Dark Side 30th Anniversary
Posted by madhack on Mar 26, 2003
Rolling Stone magazine is running a feature on Pink Floyd and the 30th anniversary of the release of Dark Side of the Moon. Included are interviews with Roger Waters, David Gilmour, Alan Parsons, and Syd Barrett (circa 1971), along with other odds and ends. The interviews alone are quite worth the read -- Dave and Rog both have some interesting things to say about each other.
Dark Side of the Moon SACD review
Posted by madhack on Mar 21, 2003
IE image problem fixed
Posted by madhack on Feb 17, 2003
If you use Internet Explorer 5.0 and are unable to see the corners of the navigation menu, please try your Refresh button, or the Shift key + the Refresh button. We discovered that the image format in use was not supported by IE5.
Posted by madhack on Feb 15, 2003
Some visitors may have noticed that Pink Floyd Fandom Webmail has been changed somewhat. It has been integrated into the main Fandom site, so logging in will now be the same as logging in to the regular site. The URL has also changed, although the old www.pinkfloydmail.net one will still get you there.
This does not change anyone's email address.
New functionality has arrived
Posted by madhack on Jan 10, 2003
Well, we've been talking for a bit about adding new functionality, and the first of it is here with the arrival of the Discussion boards. Post your thoughts and opinions and interact with your fellow Floyd fans!
This is just a preview of what's to come. You might also notice the other two new areas, Albums and Users. The Albums section is an attempt to gather the disparate information available about the various Pink Floyd (and related) albums, DVDs, books, etc. into one place. The Users section is where you can go to sign up for an account, change your password, reset a forgotten password, and change your preferences. Both of these sections will be greatly expanded as more album information is made available and as more user functionality is enabled.
Note that you do not need to sign up if you already have an account for Pink Floyd Fandom Webmail; you can simply use the same username and password for the Fandom site now. Signing up from the Fandom page will automatically include a Webmail account, which can always be accessed from the link to the left.
Please enjoy the new services, and feel free to use the Discussion section's The Site board to make suggestions or comments about the new additions.
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