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Pink Floyd's 'The Endless River' lacquers arrive at QRP!
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August 30, 2014, 04:40:54 PM
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Ladies and gentlemen, presenting lacquers cut for 'The Endless River' the first new Pink Floyd album in 20 years.

Four sides arrived this morning at Quality Record Pressings, straight from Doug Sax and crew at The Mastering Lab northwest of Los Angeles.

The follow-up to 1994's 'The Division Bell,' 'The Endless River' marks the 15th studio album by the famed British band. Scheduled to release in October, 'The Endless River' finds David Gilmour and Nick Mason completing work on sessions with the late keyboardist and founding member Rick Wright. This is the third album by the Gilmour-helmed Pink Floyd after Roger Waters' departure from the band in 1985. The album is based on unreleased material the band produced with Wright during sessions for 'The Division Bell' in 1994. Ultimate Classic Rock has done a nifty '10 Facts You Need to Know' roundup concerning some pertinent nuggets about the new album - for instance, what started as a collection of all-instrumentals now has lyrics, and some Gilmour lead vocals.

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We're ecstatic that QRP was chosen to press 'The Endless River' on vinyl and proud that our recent pressing of 'The Division Bell' was so highly received. When we say we press the world's finest-sounding LPs, we mean it.
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