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Pink Floyd Vinyl Records

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  • Pink Floyd - A Momentary Lapse Of Reason Vinyl LP (194398448718)

     

    Pink Floyd - A Momentary Lapse Of Reason Vinyl LP
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  • Pink Floyd - A Saucerful Of Secrets Vinyl LP (PFRLP2)

     

    Pink Floyd - A Saucerful Of Secrets Vinyl LP (PFRLP2)
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  • Pink Floyd - Animals Vinyl LP (PFRLP10)

     

    Pink Floyd - Animals Vinyl LP Reissue (PFRLP10)
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  • Pink Floyd - Atom Heart Mother Vinyl LP (PFRLP5)

     

    Pink Floyd - Atom Heart Mother Vinyl LP (PFRLP5)
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  • Pink Floyd - Dark Side of the Moon Vinyl LP (PFRLP8)

     

    Pink Floyd - Dark Side of the Moon Vinyl LP Reissue (PFRLP8)
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  • Pink Floyd - Live At Knebworth 1990 Vinyl LP (PFRLP34)

     

    Pink Floyd - Live At Knebworth 1990 Vinyl LP
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  • Pink Floyd - Meddle Vinyl LP (PFRLP6)

     

    Pink Floyd - Meddle Vinyl LP (PFRLP6)
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  • Pink Floyd - Obscured by Clouds Vinyl LP (PFRLP7)

     

    Pink Floyd Obscured Vinyl LP (PFRLP7)
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  • Pink Floyd - Pulse Vinyl LP 4 Disc Box Set (PFRLP17)

     

    Pink Floyd - Pulse Vinyl LP 4 Disc Box Set Reissue (PFRLP17)
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  • Pink Floyd - Soundtrack From The Film "More" Vinyl LP (PFRLP3)

     

    Pink Floyd - Soundtrack From The Film
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  • Pink Floyd - The Best Of Pink Floyd: A Foot In The Door Vinyl LP (PFRLP21)

     

    Pink Floyd - The Best Of Pink Floyd: A Foot In The Door Vinyl LP (PFRLP21)
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  • Pink Floyd - The Division Bell Vinyl LP (PFRLP14)

     

    Pink Floyd The Division Bell Vinyl LP
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  • Pink Floyd - The Later Years Vinyl LP (0190295378288)

     

    Pink Floyd The Later Years Vinyl LP
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  • Pink Floyd - The Piper At The Gates of Dawn Vinyl LP (PFRLP1)

     

    Pink Floyd - The Piper At The Gates of Dawn Vinyl LP (PFRLP1)
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  • Pink Floyd - The Wall Vinyl LP 2016 (PFRLP11)

     

    Pink Floyd - The Wall Vinyl LP 2016 Reissue (PFRLP11)
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  • Pink Floyd - Ummagumma Vinyl LP (PFRLP4)

     

    Pink Floyd Ummagumma Vinyl LP
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  • Pink Floyd - The Final Cut Vinyl LP (PFRLP12)

     

    Pink Floyd - The Final Cut Vinyl LP (PFRLP12)
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  • Pink Floyd - Wish You Were Here Vinyl LP (PFRLP9)

     

    Pink Floyd - Wish You Were Here Vinyl LP Half Speed Mastered (HC 43453)
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  • Pink Floyd - Broadcast in Rome, Italy May 6th, 1968 Vinyl LP (SUPA1201)

     

    Pink Floyd - Broadcast in Rome, Italy May 6th, 1968 Vinyl LP
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Buy New & Used Pink Floyd Vinyl

Do you believe there should be no dark sarcasm in the classroom? Do you feel like a lost soul swimming in a fishbowl? Well, “Have a Cigar” and start ticking away the moments that make up a dull day with these Pink Floyd vinyl records.

Rising from the London underground in 1965, Pink Floyd is hailed as one of the most successful and influential bands of all-time. Filling songs, such as “Comfortably Numb”, “Hey You”, “Us and Them” and many others, with deep, defiant lyrics and psychedelic, experimental sounds, gave a tripped-out voice to an entire generation of music fans.

“Riding the Gravy Train” all the way into the Hall of Fame, the Pink Floyd vinyl albums The Dark Side of the Moon and The Wall, are two of the best-selling albums in music history, staying on the Billboard charts for over 15 years. And if you’re in college reading this…put on The Wizard of Oz and drop the needle on The Dark Side of the Moon album on the third roar of the MGM lion. No thanks needed.

More than just Pink Floyd Vinyl for Sale

Have enough Pink Floyd vinyl in your record collection? Binaural Records carries a wide range of classic rock vinyl from artists like Led Zeppelin, Steely Dan, The Beatles, Eagles, and much more!

Pink Floyd FAQs

Where is Pink Floyd from?

Pink Floyd was formed in London, England in 1964.

What does Pink Floyd mean? How did Pink Floyd get their name?

Original founder and frontman Syd Barrett came up with Pink Floyd in the spur of the moment before a gig in 1965, named after two Piedmont blues albums that Barrett had in his collection, Pink Anderson and Floyd Council.

When did David Gilmour join Pink Floyd?

David Gilmour joined Pink Floyd in December 1967.

Why did Pink Floyd break up?

Well, it's a little complicated. Like many ends to creative endeavors, the various departures of band members was due to monetary and creative disagreements. There were a few different endings to Pink Floyd over its lifetime. Nick Mason, the band's drummer, remains the only constant member since Pink Floyd's formation in 1965. Original founder and frontman Syd Barrett left the band in 1968 due to deteriorating health and never returned. Richard Wright left in 1979, and Roger Waters departed in 1985. David Gilmour remained, added members, and released three more albums under the name of Pink Floyd until the end of 1994.

Eventually, all members of the band — besides Barrett — reunited in 2005 for the Live 8 concert in Hyde Park, London. Following the deaths of Barrett in 2006 and Wright in 2008, Gilmour and Mason used old recordings from Wright's Division Bell sessions to create a new Pink Floyd album called The Endless River that would eventually release in 2014. Waters was not involved.

Mason told Rolling Stone in 2018 that Pink Floyd was "done," and that he remained close with both Waters and Gilmour, but in regards to their relationship, "it’s really disappointing that these rather elderly gentlemen are still at loggerheads." See what we mean? A bit complicated.

Why and when did Roger Waters leave Pink Floyd?

Great question. Roger Waters and David Gilmour existed in a creative power struggle since pretty much the beginning of the band in the 60s. Waters left the band in 1985 among creative differences. In short, Waters believed that Pink Floyd had run its course creatively; meanwhile, Gilmour and Mason believed otherwise. This led to an ugly lawsuit between Waters and Pink Floyd, eventually freeing Waters from the band's obligations. Meanwhile the group was able to continue, releasing three more studio albums — A Momentary Lapse of Reason (1987), The Division Bell (1994) and The Endless River (2014) — under the moniker of Pink Floyd. Waters would eventually say in interviews that he regretted how ugly things got around his departure.

How expensive is the most expensive Pink Floyd vinyl?

When it comes to vinyl records, Pink Floyd is continually one of the best selling bands. There's no exact reason as to why; probably a combination of name recognition, quality of music, and quantity of work produced. Anecdotally, if you think about it, how many times have you come across a Pink Floyd album while flipping through records at a shop? Roughly... a billion? In other words, this stuff is everywhere.

Because of this omnipresence, that means the original and rare LP pressings are all the more valuable. Pink Floyd albums have sold for ridiculous amounts of money over the years. Back in 2018, a Japanese promo copy of Ummagumma sold for $13,953.

Nowadays, the listing prices ebb and flow. A pressing for Pink Floyd's "Arnold Layne / Candy And A Currant Bun," the band's first single and b-side, is currently listed for roughly $22,500. In terms of LPs, an original vinyl pressing of Pink Floyd's Wish You Were Here is listed for $10,000.

In short, the most expensive Pink Floyd vinyl is expensive.

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