Pink Floyd ‎– The Piper At The Gates Of Dawn

Columbia ‎– SX 6157
Vinyl, LP, Album, Mono


A1 Astronomy Domine
A2 Lucifer Sam
A3 Matilda Mother
A4 Flaming
A5 Pow R. Toc H.
A6 Take Up Thy Stethoscope And Walk
B1 Interstellar Overdrive
B2 The Gnome
B3 Chapter 24
B4 The Scarecrow
B5 Bike



First pressing with blank top right corner of the flip side of the sleeve.
Black label with blue Columbia lettering and a blue ''note'' logo.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout: XAX 3419-2
  • Matrix / Runout: XAX 3420-1

Other Versions (5 of 260) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
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
CX 6157 Pink Floyd The Piper At The Gates Of Dawn(LP, Album, Unofficial, Mono, Blu) Columbia (2) CX 6157 UK 2009 Sell This Version
SCX 6157 Pink Floyd The Piper At The Gates Of Dawn(LP, Album, Unofficial, Pur) Columbia (2) SCX 6157 UK Unknown Sell This Version


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February 11, 2017
A WORD TO ANY NEW COLLECTORS WHO MAY BE THINKING OF BUYING AN UNOFFICIAL COLOURED VINYL LP. DON'T BOTHER!!!! 99% of these "Unofficial" coloured vinyls of classic albums by Led Zep, Radiohead, Pink Floyd, Bowie (the list is endless) are coming out of Eastern Europe. They are poor quality unmastered pirate copies made with inferior equipment in second rate studios or maybe an old shed somewhere in Moscow. Most of the recent coloured vinyls listed on Discogs as "Unofficial" are actually illegal. If Discogs don't let us sell bootlegs to people who actually know what they are buying, why are they sanctioning the sale of unofficial pirated copes to buyers who have no idea they are buying worthless pirated low grade recordings?

These LPs are beiing copied direct from a digital file with no mastering whatsoever. This blight on the collecting industry has escalated to mammoth proportions in the last 5 years with no action from the BPI. 99% of all Unofficial coloured vinyls are cheap worthless pirated shite that will never go up in value & sound inferior. Unofficial pirated copies should not be allowed in any discography anywhere.

Note that coloured vinyls are not Bootlegs. Bootlegs are not copies of previously released music. Bootlegs are unreleased recordings which is significantly different to exact copies of released material. They are not PIRATE copies. UNOFFICIAL is not the correct description as it covers Pirated vinyl & Bootleg vinyl.

Bootlegs are NOT deceiving the public.
Pirated copies ARE deciving the public.

Vinyl is making a comeback which is great but buying this worthless rubbish is damaging the reputation of vinyl & lining the pockets of gangsters & suspicious organisations.

Maybe you already know all this so please copy and paste where you see fit.


June 10, 2016
I think it is a shame misleading people by writing 'analogue 'on the cover. They haven't mentioned the word: 'digital'. But it doesn't sound to bad.


December 18, 2015
Two dutch Fame issues (one mono) are not here.


December 3, 2015
If the back cover top says file is it first pressing ?


December 2, 2015
Labels should have underneath 'Columbia':


October 8, 2015
What happened to the mono grey label one box release ? Why it has been deleted ???


September 26, 2015
Aside from the original LP, which is out of my price range, would anyone recommend, on CD or LP, a great sounding mono mix of this beast? I had one once on CD that sounded awesome... made the Floyd sound more like a very good garage band, Syd's guitar up in the mix, bright, not like some remasters that sound good, almost too good or smoothed out, more in line with albums that came after. So many versions... and boots...


December 26, 2013
Hello, I have a 1st press for Holland, it is not on here. It has the "file under popular" on the back sleeve and has black/silver columbia labels.