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  • Juan Serrano
    March 1, 2021
    Delicate Sound of Thunder was the predecessor of Pulse (1994) and, considering this concert was filmed in 1988, they did a very good remastering job, with very good sound and image quality. Gilmour is great as always, as well as his Pink Floyd bandmates Wright and Mason, saxophonist Scott Page and bassist Guy Pratt. The repertoire of songs is similar to that of Pulse and though not as visually shocking, just as excellent musically. Like in every concert, there are missing songs one would have liked to have been included, like Yet Another Movie and Welcome to the Machine (though I'm not sure the latter was recorded live in the DST concert). Also, it would have been nice to include in this DVD a footage or short documentary of the concert or the Momentary Lapse of Reason tour. It's only because of this that I don't give it 5 stars but overall a great concert
  • Pat
    February 17, 2021
    One of my most favorite concerts. This DVD has exceptional quality. The price is great. I am thrilled to have it in my collection. If you don’t have it yet, don’t wait. You won’t regret it.
  • Randy
    December 3, 2020
    Another awesome addition 2 my collection. Absolutely phenomenal video. Thank u Pink Floyd, may u all b blessed and fulfilled. I am 1 of your biggest fans. I have every album you guys have recorded except The Finsl Cut, I don't really consider that a Pink Floyd release, more of a Roger Waters album. Absolutley love The Endless River
  • Jeff
    December 2, 2020
    Outstanding ! The production team knocked it out of the park with this restoration. The colors are brighter and more vivid. The sound is amazing ! The original vhs tape doesn’t even come close to the quality of the dvd. The only thing lacking are any extras; a documentary or interviews would have been nice
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