Roger Waters "Amused to Death", a guest-packed – and still very relevant – indictment of a screen-obsessed culture, returning with a multi-format remastering. Enter below to win 1 of 10 copies of the album.
The reissue, due July 24, will be available in a variety of configurations, including CD, CD/Blu-ray, SACD, hi-res digital download, two-LP 200-gram vinyl and limited-edition numbered two-LP picture disc vinyl. Look for a new 5.1 surround remix of the original 1992 album on high-def Blu-ray audio, and a new remastered stereo mix by longtime Waters and Pink Floyd collaborator and co-producer James Guthrie.
Amused to Death, which was produced by Waters and Patrick Leonard, included guest turns by Jeff Beck (on seven tracks), Don Henley (“Watching TV”), Toto‘s Steve Lukather (three songs) and Jeff Porcaro (“It’s a Miracle”), Randy Jackson (“What God Wants, Part I and II”) and Rita Coolidge (“Amused to Death”). Regular collaborators like Andy Fairweather Low rounded out the lineup.