Pink Floyd ‎– Wish You Were Here

Pink Floyd Records ‎– PFRLP9, Pink Floyd Records ‎– 5099902988016
Vinyl, LP, Album, Reissue, Remastered, 180g

Tracklist Hide Credits

Shine On You Crazy Diamond (1 - 5)
A1.1 Part 1
Written-By – Gilmour*, Wright*, Waters*
A1.2 Part 2
Written-By – Gilmour*, Wright*, Waters*
A1.3 Part 3
Written-By – Gilmour*, Wright*, Waters*
A1.4 Part 4
Written-By – Gilmour*, Wright*, Waters*
A1.5 Part 5
Saxophone – Dick ParryWritten-By – Gilmour*, Wright*, Waters*
A2 Welcome To The Machine
Written-By – Waters*
B1 Have A Cigar
Vocals – Roy HarperWritten-By – Waters*
B2 Wish You Were Here
Written-By – Gilmour*, Waters*
Shine On You Crazy Diamond (6 - 9)
B3.1 Part 6
Written-By – Gilmour*, Wright*, Waters*
B3.2 Part 7
Written-By – Gilmour*, Wright*, Waters*
B3.3 Part 8
Written-By – Gilmour*, Wright*, Waters*
B3.4 Part 9
Written-By – Wright*

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The stereo remastered album on Heavyweight 180 Vinyl
Remastered from the original analogue tapes by JAMES GUTHRIE, JOEL PLANTE and BERNIE GRUNDMAN
Original UK release date: September 1975
Made in the E.U.

Comes with printed inner sleeve, post card and the album is concealed in a black-coloured shrink-wrap (making the album art "absent". On the front of the shrinkwrap is a George Hardie designed sticker containing the album's logo of two mechanical hands engaged in a handshake.

℗ & © 2016 Pink Floyd Music Ltd.
Made in the EU

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Scanned): 5099902988016
  • Barcode (Text): 5 099902 988016
  • Matrix / Runout (Label, Side A): PFRLP9-A (5099902988016A)
  • Matrix / Runout (Label, Side B): PFRLP9-B (5099902988016B)
  • Matrix / Runout (Etched, Runout Side A): 5099902987613-A 51[Mirrored] BG24222-01 A¹ BG
  • Matrix / Runout (Etched, Runout Side B): 5099902987613-B =4[Mirrored] BG24222-01 B¹ BG

Other Versions (5 of 704) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
SHVL 814 Pink Floyd Wish You Were Here(LP, Album) Harvest SHVL 814 UK 1975 Sell This Version
SBP 234651, PC 33453 Pink Floyd Wish You Were Here(LP, Album, Gat) CBS, CBS SBP 234651, PC 33453 Australia 1975 Sell This Version
7243 8 29750 4 5 Pink Floyd Wish You Were Here(Cass, Album) EMI 7243 8 29750 4 5 Italy 1994 Sell This Version
JCT 33453 Pink Floyd Wish You Were Here(Cass, Album, RE) Columbia JCT 33453 US Unknown Sell This Version
230.001 Pink Floyd Wish You Were Here(LP, Album, RE) Discos CBS 230.001 Brazil Unknown Sell This Version


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January 28, 2020

It wasn't necessary to buy a new copy of "Wish you were here" because my 1975 is still in very good condition, but I wanted to own the Remastered Vinyl Edition completely. The 2016er has a little more bass and seems to be a little louder. But there is no "Loudnesswar". I am very satisfied with this edition. After the wet cleaning with distilled water with the addition of 30% isopropyl and "Mirasol 2000 antistatic" no pops and clicks appear. I can really recommend this edition with a pure heart.


January 26, 2020
Overall a very clean and quiet pressing. It does have the '70's' sound meaning that it could use a little more brightness, but overall great dynamics and sound.


January 11, 2020

One of my first bought albums after picking up the vinyls again.
This a very nice example that I am happy to have done that.
Good quality sound, spotless vinyl. I will play this one a lot


June 17, 2019

Welcome to the Machine is absolutely stunning. Great pressing. Very very few pops at the beginning of side A, no more than 10 seconds in total.


November 24, 2018
edited about 1 year ago

Review from the UK Original vs 2016 Cut:
Just listened to my First UK press of WYWH and these are my first impressions.
Besides some crackles which I mostly hope to get off with some cleaning Im quite happy with it for a number of reasons. Coming off of the 2016 issue as my only copy its clear that theres a lot more punch in the sound, that being the biggest difference. The low end bass is fuller and the sound is still so effortless, really wonderful. Wish You Were here just slams it compared to the new issue by Grundman and its really enjoyable.
Whats not as enjoyable are a few details. I can play the Grundman cut louder overall and whats gained from that soundwise is a bit of the soundstage and most of all the effect sounds. One of my favorite parts of the whole album is in Shine on right when the singing starts. It goes "remember when you were young..." and then there is that ominous laugh. That laugh used to send chills down my spine, mostly because of how real and in the room it felt. But its not as effective in the original. I feel similarly about the opening to Welcome to the Machine and Wish You Were here with their sound effects.
This is just on first listen, Ill be going back to the 2016 issue next time and see if it sound underwhelming now or still holds up. Despite it all Im happy to have both the oldest and newest releases and maybe some day Ill find a sound that strikes the middle between the two or change my mind on them completely.

On second inspection I notice a few other things, mainly about the EQ and Soundstaging again. The UK original is somewhat more low end favored which is probably what gives it its smoother and more bass filled sound. The BG is higher end favored and I feel reflects a slightly more realistic reproduction, even with less bass. Its probably what made me feel like the effects were less in the room on the UK as they become slightly less present and real. Now what I mean by soundstaging is the way in which instruments are placed. BGs work on this Pink Floyd series has been a very neutral and balanced approach. As with the EQ, the soundstaging is less deep, but then instead more present, and you hear some instruments buried in the mix of the original more so hear. Is that good however? Sometimes emphasis is more important than making everything heard at all times. Perhaps cymbals become more annoying than effect full after a while. Its very dependent on the listener.
With the progress made here I have to say that I again favor the Reissue over the original and vice versa for certain things. But given the cost and effort required to find a clean original the reissue might just edge it out here.

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November 16, 2018
I’ve had three copies of this on vinyl. The first UK press which was good apart from noise on the right channel throughout the quiet introduction to Part 1. I heard John Peel play this new release on the radio and that had exactly the same fault so the BBC were unlucky too. Some years later I bought another copy in York which turned out to be an Electrola release with a UK sticker over the German barcode. This was/ is a superb pressing cut at a very high level. Then I bought this 2016 release expecting it to be good. My God it was one of the worst Floyd pressings I’ve heard, clicks, pops, rasps. I am amazed it was an Optimal pressing. Just unlucky (again) I suppose.


November 4, 2018
edited about 1 year ago

Bought this copy since my original columbia pressing side b was super worn from wish you were here and till the end of shine on part 7. I put this copy right up there with the original, if not better. Welcome to the machine has a whole sonically mix to it that I love.


July 22, 2018

Second copy is good - very fine sounding repress with very little surface noise. First one had an annoying crackle at the start of side A but Amazon replaced it.


February 21, 2018

Great sounding record. Flat pressing, almost no surface noise, even in the quiet moments.


October 31, 2017

Very pleased I purchased the EU pressing mastered by Grundman.....Sounds amazing!