Pink Floyd’s The Later Years: 1987-2019 celebrates the band’s David Gilmour-led years which yielded the albums A Momentary Lapse of Reason (1987), The Division Bell (1994), and The Endless River (2014) and the live efforts Delicate Sound of Thunder (1988) and Pulse (1995). The massive, limited-edition set due on December 13 includes 5 CDs, 2 vinyl singles, 5 DVDs and 6 Blu-ray discs packed full of Floydian treasures. Among them are new stereo and surround sound remixes, highly sought-after restored live performances from Venice 1989 and Knebworth 1990, recently unearthed outtakes and extras, a new look at a classic album, and two newly minted singles featuring unreleased live material. In addition, the set will include exclusive reproductions of posters and tour memorabilia, and two deluxe books — one for photos and another for lyrics — designed by Aubrey Powell at Hipgnosis and Peter Curzon of StormStudios! If that’s just a little too much, a 2-LP/1-CD highlights collection is set for release two weeks earlier collecting 12 key tracks — live material, jams, rehearsals, and new mixes among them. The CDs in the 18-disc audiovisual excavation are contained in a 60-page, hardback book which contains a table of contents, track lists, and an exhaustive guide to the content on the discs — and there is plenty!