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Pink Floyd Their Mortal Remains

Pink Floyd fans rejoice, you can now purchase the first-ever book produced with full-access to the Pink Floyd image archive. Pink Floyd: Their Mortal Remains celebrates 50 years of one of the world’s most iconic and influential bands of all time. The 304-page book is heavily illustrated throughout, letting the reader experience a spectacular and unparalleled visual journey through Pink Floyd´s unique and extraordinary worlds, chronicling the music, design and staging of the band, from their debut in the 1960s through to the present day.

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ALONE ON THE WALL

Alex Honnold is probably the most famous adventure athlete in the world, you might know him as that crazy guy who climbs without a rope and without a partner, he basically carries absolutely nothing to save him from 1 wrong move that could send him to his death. Alex has pushed the most extreme and dangerous form of climbing far beyond the limits of what anyone thought was possible, in the book "Alone on the Wall", Honnold recounts the stories behind his...
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TrailKeg

If you´re shopping for beer lovers, look no further. TrailKeg is your personal keg, a vacuum-insulated CO2 pressurized beer growler that keeps craft beer and homebrew cold for 24 hours and perfectly carbonated for weeks. The stainless steel construction makes it virtually indestructible and the perfect companion for when on a hike, climbing, surfing, at a game, or on any other adventure. ...
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REMIDI

Remidi is a wearable music instrument, allowing your hand to play infinite combinations of notes and sounds. The wearable MIDI controller lets you ad custom sounds to your fingers and palm, and then use hand gestures to control the effects. It reacts to how long and how hard you press creating a different sound intensity and duration, and by moving your hand in different directions you can control how fast or slow your tone is, and control effects such as reverb, du...
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