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Animals (2018 Remix)

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It took years (four in total) for this remix of Animals by James Guthrie, the faithful Floyd producer, to see the light of day. Of course, the never-ending feud between Roger Waters and David Gilmour was the reason why its release took so long. So, was this album worth the wait? While there are no huge surprises in store, there’s undeniably been a focus on clarifying specific sounds, enhancing certain key instruments and enriching some of the effects that contribute to the artistic vision of this masterpiece (which was mainly conceived by Waters, with the exception of ‘Dogs’ which was co-written with Gilmour). These changes are particularly noticeable across the 11-minute-long ‘Pigs (Three Different Ones)’ where Gilmour's bass line is rendered more clearly, Waters' vocals seem cleaner and the pig noises produced by Roger Waters' Talkbox Heil (Gilmour's idea) are accentuated. Nick Mason's keyboard twinkles like never before (and has a jazzier vibe on the intro to ‘Sheep’), whilst Water’s vocals make good use of various effects. As for the masterpiece ‘Dogs’, its folky intro is even more syncopated, the squeal of the Hammond organ is highlighted, and David Gilmour's Telecaster solo becomes more colourful from the fifth minute. There’s more than enough here for this new release to be considered a good remix of Animals. Originally released in 1977, it was inspired by George Orwell's dystopian Animal Farm, bluntly denouncing capitalism. It undoubtedly remains one of Pink Floyd’s darkest and most well-executed concept albums. © Charlotte Saintoin/Qobuz

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Pigs On The Wing 1 (2018 Remix)
00:01:25

Bernie Grundman, Engineer - Roger Waters, Composer, Guitar, Vocals - Pink Floyd, Producer, MainArtist - James Guthrie, MasteringEngineer, RemixingEngineer - Joel Plante, Assistant Mix Engineer, MasteringEngineer - Brian Humphries, Engineer

© 2022 Pink Floyd Music Ltd. Marketed and distributed by Parlophone Records Limited, ℗ 2022 Pink Floyd Music Ltd

2
Dogs (2018 Remix)
00:17:06

Bernie Grundman, Engineer - David Gilmour, Composer, Guitar, Vocals - Roger Waters, Composer, Bass Guitar, Vocals - Pink Floyd, Producer, MainArtist - James Guthrie, MasteringEngineer, RemixingEngineer - Joel Plante, Assistant Mix Engineer, MasteringEngineer - Richard Wright, Keyboards, Vocals - Nick Mason, Drums - Brian Humphries, Engineer

© 2022 Pink Floyd Music Ltd. Marketed and distributed by Parlophone Records Limited, ℗ 2022 Pink Floyd Music Ltd

3
Pigs (Three Different Ones) (2018 Remix) Explicit
00:11:26

Bernie Grundman, Engineer - David Gilmour, Guitar, Bass Guitar - Roger Waters, Composer, Vocals - Pink Floyd, Producer, MainArtist - James Guthrie, MasteringEngineer, RemixingEngineer - Joel Plante, Assistant Mix Engineer, MasteringEngineer - Richard Wright, Keyboards - Nick Mason, Drums - Brian Humphries, Engineer

© 2022 Pink Floyd Music Ltd. Marketed and distributed by Parlophone Records Limited, ℗ 2022 Pink Floyd Music Ltd

4
Sheep (2018 Remix)
00:10:17

Bernie Grundman, Engineer - David Gilmour, Guitar, Bass Guitar - Roger Waters, Composer, Guitar, Vocals - Pink Floyd, Producer, MainArtist - James Guthrie, MasteringEngineer, RemixingEngineer - Joel Plante, Assistant Mix Engineer, MasteringEngineer - Richard Wright, Keyboards - Nick Mason, Drums - Brian Humphries, Engineer

© 2022 Pink Floyd Music Ltd. Marketed and distributed by Parlophone Records Limited, ℗ 2022 Pink Floyd Music Ltd

5
Pigs On The Wing 2 (2018 Remix)
00:01:33

Bernie Grundman, Engineer - Roger Waters, Composer, Guitar, Vocals - Pink Floyd, Producer, MainArtist - James Guthrie, MasteringEngineer, RemixingEngineer - Joel Plante, Assistant Mix Engineer, MasteringEngineer - Brian Humphries, Engineer

© 2022 Pink Floyd Music Ltd. Marketed and distributed by Parlophone Records Limited, ℗ 2022 Pink Floyd Music Ltd

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It took years (four in total) for this remix of Animals by James Guthrie, the faithful Floyd producer, to see the light of day. Of course, the never-ending feud between Roger Waters and David Gilmour was the reason why its release took so long. So, was this album worth the wait? While there are no huge surprises in store, there’s undeniably been a focus on clarifying specific sounds, enhancing certain key instruments and enriching some of the effects that contribute to the artistic vision of this masterpiece (which was mainly conceived by Waters, with the exception of ‘Dogs’ which was co-written with Gilmour). These changes are particularly noticeable across the 11-minute-long ‘Pigs (Three Different Ones)’ where Gilmour's bass line is rendered more clearly, Waters' vocals seem cleaner and the pig noises produced by Roger Waters' Talkbox Heil (Gilmour's idea) are accentuated. Nick Mason's keyboard twinkles like never before (and has a jazzier vibe on the intro to ‘Sheep’), whilst Water’s vocals make good use of various effects. As for the masterpiece ‘Dogs’, its folky intro is even more syncopated, the squeal of the Hammond organ is highlighted, and David Gilmour's Telecaster solo becomes more colourful from the fifth minute. There’s more than enough here for this new release to be considered a good remix of Animals. Originally released in 1977, it was inspired by George Orwell's dystopian Animal Farm, bluntly denouncing capitalism. It undoubtedly remains one of Pink Floyd’s darkest and most well-executed concept albums. © Charlotte Saintoin/Qobuz

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