03-06-2007 @ 12:44

Hello (I Love You) performed by Roger Waters
Het Rotterdamse (vinyl) label Tonefloat zal 2 juli 2007 op haar label exclusief een 12" van PinkFloyd icoon Roger Waters releasen. Hieronder het officiele Engelse persbericht:

Celebrating its 10th Anniversary in 2007, Rotterdam based audiophile record label ToneFloat is proud to announce the vinyl release of Hello (I Love You). Performed by PinkFloyd icon Roger Waters, it’s his first vinyl release since 1992’s audiophile classic Amused To Death.
Hello (I Love You) is a brand new song taken from the original motion picture soundtrack The Last Mimzy, and written by Roger Waters and Academy Award winning composer Howard Shore.
The new track has been co-produced by James Guthrie, the Grammy Award winning producer whose credits include The Wall, and the recently released Pulse DVD.
Roger Waters is currently touring the world with a live performance of PinkFloyd’s 1973 masterpiece Dark Side Of The Moon
Hello (I Love You) is cut and pressed by the same company that produced the legendary vinyl edition of Amused To Death, and recently pressed the 30th Anniversary Vinyl Edition of Dark Side Of The Moon.
The 12” Audiophile Edition of Hello (I Love You) is limited to 1.000 copies pressed on 180grams Coloured Vinyl and comes in a lavish picture sleeve.
Hello (I Love You)
ToneFloat TF37
Side A - Radio Edit (4.30)
Side B – Album Version (6.12)

Limited 180grams Audiophile 12” Edition, out 2 July 2007 on ToneFloat
distribution: Suburban