It’s thought that David Gilmour finished working on the DVD late in 2003 and handed it over to James Guthrie to weave his magic. There has been a lot of misinformation about this release, and we can advise you that any copies of PULSE in DVD format that are currently on sale are BOOTLEGS. (Generally just a straight rip off the video/laser disc on to DVD).
The stunning Pulse DVD graphics are designed by long time Pink Floyd collaborator, Storm Thorgersen who has made the DVD look as good as it sounds. It is mixed in mind expanding 5.1 surround sound and digitally remastered by James Guthrie. The DVD includes some of The Dark Side of the Moon original screen films used in the 1970's concerts which were never filmed, as well others remade for the 1994 tour.
On No! Not Again!!!! Just when you thought that you would have the PULSE DVD in time for Christmas, comes the news of yet another delay! We guess after all the years waiting we shouldn’t be surprised, but this is starting to get ridiculous. The new date is now a wordwide release date of 16 January 2006, although we wouldn’t be surprised if that date slipped once again. Please NO emails, we are as disappointed as you probably are. You can order through these special links |
4 Dec 05. PULSE DVD Indefinite Delay? Our friends over at the German language web site are reporting that the PULSE DVD has now been put on hold, apparently to a date unknown, sometime in 2006. The Pulse & Spirit source is reported to be EMI, who, it is said, have advised distributors of the delay. At this time we are unable to confirm the story, but Pulse & Spirit has a reputation for good solid information. Naturally if we find out more we will let you know.
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