Originally release in 1987, A Momentary Lapse of Reason was the first Pink Floyd album released without Roger Waters in the band. The album has been the topic of many debates over the years since it's release. One big topic for debate has been the sound / overall production of the album. David Gilmour went back to the production desk to "remix & update" the album for inclusion on a boxed set called "Pink Floyd - The Later Years". This new version of the album was eventually turned into a standalone release on vinyl. The vinyl release is cut at 45rpm and spread over 2 LPs. In this video, I'll share my thoughts on the packaging, value and of course the overall sound of the 2 LP set.