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Pink Floyd Rarities – See A New Video From The Band's Upcoming Early Years Collection

It’s been just over a month since Pink Floyd announced a huge new box set of their early recordings, helpfully titled ‘The Early Years 1965-1972’, and released on November 11. It contains 27 discs, 130 tracks, and a load of video content too: 15 hours of it, in fact, to go on top of the 12 hours of audio. As well as rare concert footage and feature films, it contains rarities like the below video, for ‘Grantchester Meadows’. The Roger Waters song was originally a solo piece on the band’s 1969 double album ‘Ummagumma’, but this rare audio footage captures a group performance of the song that was taped for BBC radio in May 1969.

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What's New On Netflix UK This Month?

Summer is drawing to a close and although you may have spent as much time as you can in the nearest beer garden, the days are getting shorter and we're moving into prime Netflix season with a whole host of new shows and films ready to demand your attention.

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'Fantastic Beasts And Where To Find Them': Everything You Need To Know

Ever feel like you don’t have enough Harry Potter in your life? Then this has been your year. First there was the smash-hit London play Harry Potter and the Cursed Child, then there was the book tie-in (penned by Skins writer Jack Thorne and adapted from a story by JK Rowling herself) that became 2016’s biggest title since Pokémon Go. But there’s more. Spin-off movie Fantastic Beasts And Where To Find Them is due for release very soon indeed. But what on Earth is it about? And when the heck can we expect to download it into our eyeballs? Readers, consider this article a two-way mirror via which NME will tell you everything you need to know.

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There Is A Monkey That Looks Like Voldemort

For the avoidance of doubt, there is a monkey that looks like Voldemort. The primate was delivered via C-section at Paignton Zoo in Devon and her mother, Ivy, would no doubt be delighted to learn that her offspring has captured the internet’s imagination.

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Seven Gene Wilder Moments That Are Even Better Than The 'Condescending Wonka' Meme

Willy Wonka And The Chocolate Factory star Gene Wilder has died at the age of 83, as a result of complications from Alzheimer’s disease. A tremendously gifted comic actor, he made classic films such as Blazing Saddles and The Producers, but a new generation will no doubt remember Wilder as much for “Condescending Wonka”, a meme based around a still taken from Willy Wonka… First emerging around 2011, the meme’s premise is as delicious as chocolate and as simple as the internet itself: identify someone's brag/humblebrag/clichéd statement, overlay it on the still, end on a sarky remark.

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Take A Moment To Check Out Anthony Kiedis' Codpiece In The New Red Hot Chili Peppers Teaser

Mere days after their headline sets at Reading & Leeds Festivals over the Bank Holiday Weekend, Red Hot Chili Peppers are setting tongues wagging once more with the teaser for their new video, ‘Go Robot’. The song first appeared on the band’s eleventh album, ‘The Getaway’, back in June. In the tiny little teaser for the new vid, frontman Anthony Kiedis is strolling down the street covered in white paint and wearing a bulging codpiece that looks like it’s made out of papier mache. He’s also got a great hat on, but that’s not exactly what draws the eye…

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