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Pulse album for sale by Pink Floyd was released Jun 21, 2004 on the Sony Music label. PULSE contains video footage of Pink Floyd's live performance at London's Earl Court in 1994. Pulse CD music The release contains 22 rare live video tracks. Pulse buy CD music No matter which of Pink Floyd's leaders (Barrett, Waters, Gilmour) is at the controls, the band has always been about grandeur. The epic scale of their psychedelic explorations, the life-altering themes of their recordings, their ground-breaking, conceptual stagings, have all helped in the construction of the group's mythology. Pulse CD music contains a single disc with 35 songs. ...See Full Description
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||One Hell Of A VCD|
this was a great concert. Pink Floyd at there best.
By a reviewer (Saranac Lake, NY, 12983)
||Pink floyd at its best|
Excelent!!, sad it's not a DVD.
By a reviewer (Canoga Park, CA)
Pulse songs a couple of years ago I purchased a Terrapin VCD recorder at a Sam's Wholesale Club with the intent of transferring a rather large collection of VHS tapes to a disc format. DVD recording then was pricy at best and encoded material such as pre-recorded VHS tapes could not be transferred. It was a reasonable and practical solution at the time. I now have a large collection of movies and concerts on disc which would have been lost to the ravages of time. VHs tapes, as you know, deteriorate over time even when used and stored under very good conditions. I found that I could not transfer tapes to VCD if they were more than ten years old. Quality IS sacrificed in the VCD format The visual aspect reveals "tiling" in playback although it is minimized when viewed on smaller screens. Sound is limited to stereo or mono only. Surround sound is not possible. Having said that, when surround sound is not required and and IF you are willing to accept a less than DVD quality picture, VCDs can be a reasonable means to save taped material. Another limitation is that the amount ofvideo and sound that can be burned to CD is limited to 75 minutes or so. Therefore, a standard running time of two hours for a movie will require 2 CDs, necessitating a disc change in the middle of the movie. I personally do not find this oppressive. I have been very happy with the results but my use has been limited to preserving my own movie collection and has never been used for resale. If you see a VCD for sale, it is most likely bootlegged. Caveat Emptor. Incidentally, the VCD recorder I have is the Terrapin. Google Terrapin VCD Recorder for the website. It has proved to be a reliable performer for what it does,but it is not dvd quality.
By mrgadget (Springfield, MO, USA)
The music itself is faultless, but the picture quality is naff. The video of this show has a warm and rich picture, and a real sense of intimacy. This VCD on the other hand makes the band look distant and cold; there is some picture distortion as well. I believe there will be a PULSE DVD issued this year, save your cash and wait for that, or buy the video, don't waste your hard-earned on this baby.
By colin_naisbitt (North East, Engalnd)
||Very poor video quality, better go for the VHS...|
The video was and is a masterpiece from the band, no doubt at all, but these VCD are a real shame, if you relly like Pink Floyd and enjoy good video quality better buy the tape or in the future the DVD instead, I was very sorry of getting rid of my tape just to get this VCD, the quality on the tape a far away better than these asian VCDs, and I got also the Pompei the same shame on VCD, this is a real clasic, just smashed into these VCD, better get the tape, and enjoy it....
By a reviewer (West New York, NJ, USA)
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Pulse songs Product Details
|CD Universe Part number||2320842|
|Release Date||Jun 21, 2004|
|Additional Info||Hong Kong; England||