PRNewsFoto/Legacy RecordingsRoger Waters has announced full details about his plans to reissue his 1992 concept album, Amused to Death. The remastered collection will be released July 24, and will be available in several formats and configurations.

The revamped Amused to Death will be sold as a standard CD, an SACD (Super Audio CD), a CD/Blu-ray audio set, a 200-gram two-LP vinyl set, a limited-edition two-LP vinyl picture disc, and a high-res digital download. The ex-Pink Floyd singer/bassist worked with longtime studio collaborator James Guthrie on new stereo and 5.1 Surround Sound mixes for the reissue. The album also features updated cover art by Sean Evans, who served as creative director for Roger’s The Wall Live Tour.

Bonus bundles featuring various versions of the Amused to Death reissue packaged with a specially designed T-shirt and hoodie can be purchased through

Amused to Death, Waters’ most recent studio album of original rock songs to date, found him critiquing our culture’s obsession with mass media and modern technology.

Roger says of the album’s message, “[M]ost of what I had to say then sadly still pertains today and is maybe even more relevant to our predicament as people in 2015 even than it was in 1992.”

Among the many guest musicians appearing on Amused to Death are Jeff Beck, Don Henley, Rita Coolidge, and longtime Pink Floyd backing singer P.P. Arnold. Conductor Michael Kamen, who previously contributed to Pink Floyd’s The Wall, lent his talents to two songs on Amused to Death that featured the National Philharmonic Orchestra Limited.

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