Announced today is a special limited edition lenticular cover version of the new Mojo Magazine. The UK publication has long been a source of excellent Pink Floyd articles and interviews, and the new issue - cover date May 2017, issue 282 - looks to be no surprise.
In the magazine, Mojo celebrates 50 years of Pink Floyd as a recording band and 40 years since Animals was unleashed. To make this celebration even more special, they've created this 5000 copy limited edition, which is only available to buy online through GreatMagazines.co.uk - you won't be able to buy it in stores. As you'll see, the cover features Algie on the move again, much as he did in December 1976 when Storm Thorgerson and his team were trying to get the perfect photograph.
The package contains a specially curated CD of progressive sounds, including mind-expanding tracks by Hawkwind, Foxygen, Public Service Broadcasting, Gong, The Phoenix Foundation, Dungen, Jane Weaver and more.
Inside the magazine, Roger Waters gives an exclusive interview about the Animals album and Mojo is afforded an exclusive preview of the V&A's extraordinary Pink Floyd exhibition. Also this month: Prince – the man behind the myth; the madness and majesty of Bat Out Of Hell; Delaney & Bonnie's soul-rock circus; plus Future Islands, Dave Brock, Incredible String Band, Tom Petty, Bob Dylan, Aimee Mann, David Axelrod, Ice-T, Diamanda Galás and more.
The "regular" edition, featuring the free CD and identical content inside the more standard cover,is in UK stores from Tuesday, March 21st. To ensure you don't miss out, order your copy now, for despatch worldwide.