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Pink Floyd Shop

Buy CDs, DVDs, posters, videos and books through this site

In association with Amazon the Pink Floyd HyperBase offers an easy way to buy the remaining Pink Floyd items for your collection. For each album, film and book you will find links to online-ordering from Amazon.com and Amazon.co.uk. Follow the links for additional information, pricing and to hear music samples.You can start browsing from here: Trax + Recordings, Film + video or Books. After reaching Amazon.com or Amazon.co.uk you can use the BACK button on your browser to get back to the Pink Floyd HyperBase.

New Pink Floyd Webstore

As a new feature (Sept. 2007) I have added a WebStore to the site. The store allows you to easily browse directly through all the Pink Floyd products inclduing music, books, videos and more. Once you proceed to checkout the payment and delivery is managed Amazon.co.uk. Visit the Pink Floyd WebStore

By using this site as a starting point for your shopping, you are supporting the future of the Pink Floyd HyperBase and there are no extra charges added.

US shopping

Amazon is the world's leading online store based in the United States. Take a look at these pages to see how it works:

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UK - Europe shopping

European customers will probably prefer using the British store Amazon.co.uk.

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Important note on buying video and DVD

When ordering videos, remember to order a video suitable for your TV-system - PAL or NTSC depending on your country. The PAL-system is the most common international standard while NTSC is used in United States and Canada. Likewise when ordering DVD's you should make sure that you are ordering a disc that can be used in your DVD-player. Europe, the Middle East, South Africa and Japan are region 2. United States and Canada are region 1. DVD releases in the remaining regions are pretty slow, but some DVD players are modified to play all regions.

In general you should buy videos and DVDs through Amazon.com if you live in United States or Canada. Otherwise Amazon.co.uk will probably be the best choice.

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