Pink Floyd have raided their vaults for a massive, 27-disc box set anthologizing their first seven years together, The Early Years 1965 - 1972. It contains unreleased outtakes and demos, TV appearances, seven hours of concert recordings, 15 hours of video (including concert performances, interviews and three feature films), over 20 unreleased songs, an updated version of their Zabriskie Point soundtrack and more, documenting the period before 'Dark Side of the Moon'. The audio comprises 130 tracks, spanning 12-and-a-half hours and featuring unreleased songs and BBC sessions alongside the aforementioned outtakes. Two never-before-released recordings, the Syd Barrett-penned Saucerful of Secrets outtakes Vegetable Man and In the Beechwoods, have been newly mixed for the release. It contains seven hours of previously unreleased live audio, as well as five replica seven-inch singles. The box-set also includes a supplementary disc featuring the band’s seminal Live At Pompeii concert as a 2016 audio mix. The 6 tracks totalling over 67 minutes include live versions of Careful With That Axe, Eugene, Set the Controls For The Heart Of The Sun, One of These Days, A Saucerful Of Secrets, Echoes and an alternative take of Careful With That Axe, Eugene. Live at Pompeii has never been available as an audio only CD so this is a real first for fans.