Pink Floyd announced that they are launching “Why Pink Floyd…?”, a massive reissue campaign. “Some of the very early demo stuff from ’66 is extraordinary – things we recorded in Broadhurst Gardens mainly so we could enter the Melody Maker beat competition,” Floyd drummer Nick Mason told Rolling Stone. “It’s extraordinary primarily because of Syd [Barrett], hearing him so crystal clear, the way he was playing, and bringing back memories of that first year, when I first met him.” On September 26th, a remastered Dark Side of the Moon will be released both as a six-disc “Immersion” box set, as well as a two-disc “Experience” set and a vinyl LP. Fourteen remastered Pink Floyd albums will also be released at that time, both separately and as a box set. Then, on November 7th, Wish You Were Here will be released in five-disc and two-disc versions, along with the single-disc collection, A Foot in the Door: The Best of Pink Floyd. And on February 27th, The Wall will be issued in a seven-disc “Immersion” version and a three-disc “Experience” set. The set includes a “Wish You Were Here” demo with Stephane Grappelli on violin.