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Pink Floyd Dtream Brain Damage From Restored Pulse Concert Film


Bruce Henne | 07-25-2020

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(hennemusic) Pink Floyd are streaming a video of their performance of their "Dark Side Of The Moon" track, "Brain Damage", from their 1995 concert film "Pulse."

The band were filmed live in London, UK during a 1994 tour in support of their album, "The Division Bell."; this version was restored and re-edited in 2019 from the original tape masters for "The Later Years" box set.

The home video release of "Pulse" documented an October 20 concert as part of the group's sold-out, 14-night stand at the city's Earls Court before a combined total of 273,000 fans; the shows featured music from their latest record alongside a complete performance of their 1973 classic, "The Dark Side Of The Moon."

"Pulse" topped the US Music Video sales chart upon its original release and was a top 10 set in several countries, where it went on to earn multi-platinum status.

"The Division Bell" tour saw Pink Floyd play before 5.5 million fans in 68 cities and took in box office revenue of over 150 million (about US$250 million) to became the highest-grossing tour in rock music history to that date. Watch the video here.

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