Thanks for convincing me not to buy this current format box. I'll wait and see if there is another version in the future..................i'll bite then
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He most likely did.
For some reason I can see a blu ray audio coming out in the next few months, with outtakes, bonus tracks and alternative versions.
From what I have seen from Steven Wilson, I wouldn't hold my breath. Pink Floyd does this, but I don't think Porcupine Tree/Steven Wilson will do this. From what I have heard/read from other artists (Bruce Soord and Giancarlo Erra come to mind), authoring and pressing a Blu-ray disc is expensive, so only one Blu-ray variation for an album is most likely. Pink Floyd have the means to release several variations (the Reverber/ation 1971 Blu-ray where they removed Meddle for the breakout boxsets, Delicate Sound Of Thunder with a Different Blu-ray for the standalone, and probably others).
To be clear, it's a full CD-quality 16-bit/44.1kHz FLAC download of the full tracklisting, including the second CD.And then to be offered the opportunity to buy an mp3 download of the album but, you know, with a $1.00 discount felt more than a little like having them thumb their nose at me.