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London, 26/09/2011. A replica of "Algie", a 30ft long inflatable pig used for the cover of the Pink Floyd album "Animal", was flying today above Battersea Power Station. The record label EMI commissioned the replica to promote the "Why Pink Floyd...?" campaign created to mark the reissue of the Pink Floyd's 14 studio albums.
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London, 26/09/2011. A replica of "Algie", a 30ft long inflatable pig used for the cover of the Pink Floyd album "Animal", was flying today above Battersea Power Station. The record label EMI commissioned the replica to promote the "Why Pink Floyd...?" campaign created to mark the reissue of the Pink Floyd's 14 studio albums.