Pink Floyd: Animals LP
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Pink Floyd's 1977 opus, Animals, is back on vinyl LP for the first time in more than 20 years. Even better, it is finally remastered from the original master tapes and boasts reference-quality sound. Inspired by George Orwell's Animal Farm, Animals provides an analysis of the social-political society of 1970's Britain and also served as a response to the era's punk-rock movement. Anchored by Roger Waters' pointed songwriting and David Gilmour's stunning guitar work, the fan-favorite Animals finds the band in transition yet again offering constructs that would come to full fruition on ambitious successor The Wall. The album cover, featuring 'Algie' the pig floating above London's Battersea Power Station, is amongst Pink Floyd's most recognizable. This must-own pressing features a faithful-to-the-original recreation of the original LP sleeve. Whether you're a longtime fan waiting for a pristine analog copy or collecting all of the band's seminal records on vinyl for the first time, this is the copy of Animals you want to own.