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(Posted: Aug. 21, 2002. Got a tip to share? Email us.)

welcome to the machinePink Floyd "Electronic Tribute" CDs re-released
New 2-CD set will combine previous releases

Vitamin Records Inc. will release "Welcome to the Machine: The Electronic Tribute to Pink Floyd" on Sept. 3. The album will combine two previous Floyd tribute CDs from the Los Angeles, Calif., label in a single 2-CD set.

The album features 23 Floyd songs including "Time," "Is There Anybody Out There?," "Lucifer Sam," "Welcome to the Machine," "Learning to Fly," and "Brain Damage." Artists include George Sarah, who's worked with Information Society, Uberzone, and Swayzak; as well as Mitchell Sigman, keyboardist for Berlin.

Vitamin has released dozens of similar tributes to acts as diverse as Led Zeppelin, The Police, Yanni, and Ricky Martin, in swing, jazz, string and electronic styles. The first "Electronic Tribute to Pink Floyd" came out two years ago. The sequel was released on Feb. 5, 2002.

Learn more at the Vitamin Records Web site.

Read about the release of the second tribute album.

Order your copy of "Welcome to the Machine: The Electronic Tribute to Pink Floyd."

(Posted: Aug. 21, 2002)

 

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