Pink Floyd ‎– The Piper At The Gates Of Dawn

Columbia (2) ‎– CX 6157
Vinyl, LP, Album, Unofficial Release, Mono, Blue

Tracklist Hide Credits

A1 Astronomy Domine
Written-By – Barrett*
A2 Lucifer Sam
Written-By – Barrett*
A3 Matilda Mother
Written-By – Barrett*
A4 Flaming
Written-By – Barrett*
A5 Pow R. Toc H.
Written-By – Mason*, Wright*, Waters*, Barrett*
A6 Take Up Thy Stethoscope And Walk
Written-By – Waters*
B1 Interstellar Overdrive
Written-By – Barrett*
B2 The Gnome
Written-By – Barrett*
B3 Chapter 24
Written-By – Barrett*
B4 The Scarecrow
Written-By – Barrett*
B5 Bike
Written-By – Barrett*



Repress on blue vinyl of the original mono 1967 UK LP.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout: CX 6157 A
  • Matrix / Runout: CX 6157 B

Other Versions (5 of 290) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
SX 6157 Pink Floyd The Piper At The Gates Of Dawn(LP, Album, Mono) Columbia SX 6157 UK 1967 Sell This Version
FA 3065 Pink Floyd The Piper At The Gates Of Dawn(LP, Album, Unofficial, Gre) Fame (2), EMI (2) FA 3065 2015 Sell This Version
ST 6242 Pink Floyd The Piper At The Gates Of Dawn(LP, Album, RP) Capitol Records ST 6242 Canada 1978 Sell This Version
SCXM 6157 The Pink Floyd* The Piper At The Gates Of Dawn(LP, Album, RE) Columbia SCXM 6157 New Zealand Unknown Sell This Version
50999514119 2 3 Pink Floyd The Piper At The Gates Of Dawn(CD, Album, RM, Mono, RE + CD, Album, RM, RE) EMI, Gala Records (5) 50999514119 2 3 Russia 2007 Sell This Version


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July 1, 2014

This pressing is a much more affordable alternative to tracking down an original issue, and they've done a smashing job with the packaging and label. The marbled wax is available in multiple colors, (I've seen brown, pink and dark blue thus far), but this is where its merits end.

If you're purchasing this as a pretty addition to your record wall then by all means - this is a great buy. But sadly, the audio is poorly-sourced and/or pressed.

The label lists the recording as mono and, out of curiosity, I performed an A-B test syncing it with the same recording from the much lauded Discovery CD Box Set. This bootleg pales in comparison to the Discovery remasters. Where most of my LPs are punchier, louder and more dynamic than their digital counterparts, the reverse is actually true in the case of this bootleg.

This pressing sounds muddy, flat, lifeless and dull when played against the well-produced Discovery set.

If you're truly after the best sound, go for the Discovery remasters. You won't be disappointed. But if you just want something for your shelf, pick this up... your secret is safe with me.