Deal Alert / Pink Floyd: A Collection of Great Dance Songs / remastered vinyl

Great deal today for last year’s remastered Pink Floyd vinyl reissue of A Collection of Great Dance Songs.

This curious compilation was originally issued in 1981 between The Wall and The Final Cut but it’s well worth owning thanks to the inclusion of different mixes of some songs such as Shine On You Crazy Diamond (a unique edit) and Another Brick in the Wall (Part 2) which is an hybrid of single and album mix.

The other big attraction is the version of Money which can’t be found anywhere else; David Gilmour re-recorded the track entirely, playing all the instruments himself, with the exception of the saxophone, where Dick Parry reprised his performance on the original. This remastered vinyl edition is only a little over £12 right now!

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Pink Floyd

A Collection of Great Dance Songs - remastered vinyl


Track listing

A Collection of Great Dance Songs – remastered vinyl

Side 1
1. One Of These Days
2. Money
3. Sheep

Side 2
1. Shine On You Crazy Diamond (Part One) (1-5)
2. Wish You Were Here
3. Another Brick In The Wall (Part 2)

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Isn’t it a touch baffling (and frustrating) that while all the other Floyd albums were remastered and reissued in 2011; then reissued again in 2016 (same remasters) – this rather enjoyable album finally gets remastered and…. no CD!

Apparently there’s a market for yet another all-but-identical CD copy of Dark Side or Division Bell just 5 years after the previous one but not for a remastered distinctively different release.

Well, it’s baffled and frustrated me! :)


The quality of the 2011 remasters are the same shame than the 1994 !


They were in fact upgrade in places, Meddle for example was much better.


Yes i agree and where are the remasters of Delicate Sound Of Thunder and Pulse which have been overlooked as well ?


Paul, is anything known about the continuation of these remasters?

Mark W

A word of warning on this one; I ordered this in January under the previous offer and went through three copies before I went for a refund. All copies were scratched; they must have had some issue at the packing factory. I haven’t had any issues with other Pink Floyd reissues.


Recently, often there is defective vinyl.
And not only vinyl.
From the box Immersion The Dark Side of the Moon the blu-ray has rotted.


How can a Blu-ray rotted as you put it ?


Nobody knows this. But this is a fact. There is a list of rotten blu-rays. I can not find this list now.
Pink Floyd DSOTM Immersion Blu Ray Failure

A year ago, my blu-ray did not play audio tracks. 2.0, 4.0, 5.1
The video section worked.

There are completely dead discs.

The management of the group knows this. Perhaps in the future, there will be a replacement.
But when? …

Did you check your disc?

Julian H

I have the same problem.

Chris Stewart

Price has gone up to £15.58 now.

Bernard O’Hara

Paul – do you know if there is a download code with the vinyl?

Carl Homes

I purchased this on release day and there was no download code with it


All this series of remastered vinyls (2016 – 2017) does not have download cards.

Bernard O’Hara



Nice one to add to collection – Thanks for the heads up