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    Quote Originally Posted by aith01 View Post
    I got the vinyl copy in the mail pretty recently. I should put it on the ol' turntable this weekend.
    Does the vinyl issue have the film on DVD or BR inside?

    Cos IMHO, that is the main attraction, the visuals such the Roundhouse... Not sure I will ever spin the CDs.
    I mean the early Floyd tracks version are nice, but they're definitely not the definitive versions.
    IMHO again, without the film, the live albums (CD or vinyl) are not essential. FTM, if the DVD existed as a stand-alone (probably less expensive without the CDs or vinyls tagged in), I would've gone for that

    It's like the DSOT reissue thing, I went for the stand-alone DVD, cos I saw no point in getting the non-visual discs, despite a few (often unessential) extra tracks.
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    Saw it on TV a while back (though it was sped up...Guy Pratt commented on this on his Twitter account as well). Really enjoyed it...IMHO it was far better than Gilmour or Waters' most recent tour films, which I've also watched on TV. TBH I wasn't over-enamoured with the vocals but they don't play that big a role.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Trane View Post
    Does the vinyl issue have the film on DVD or BR inside?

    Cos IMHO, that is the main attraction, the visuals such the Roundhouse... Not sure I will ever spin the CDs.
    I mean the early Floyd tracks version are nice, but they're definitely not the definitive versions.
    IMHO again, without the film, the live albums (CD or vinyl) are not essential. FTM, if the DVD existed as a stand-alone (probably less expensive without the CDs or vinyls tagged in), I would've gone for that
    There is a stand-alone blu-ray edition, but the price is only a little less than the CD+DVD. I don't have the vinyl to confirm, but I don't think it comes with a video disc.
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    My vinyl copy did not come with any video discs, so I don’t think they’re packaged together. It doesn’t bother me really, as I rarely watch concert videos at home.

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    Quote Originally Posted by aith01 View Post
    My vinyl copy did not come with any video discs, so I don’t think they’re packaged together. It doesn’t bother me really, as I rarely watch concert videos at home.
    Is it a pain in the arse flipping so many times on vinyl?

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    Quote Originally Posted by chalkpie View Post
    Is it a pain in the arse flipping so many times on vinyl?
    I dunno... It depends on my mood.

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