On the remastered CD of A Saucerful of Secrets (made in Holland/printed in the UK), on the CD itself the title track is spelled ``...Secret.''
The Shine On set contains a fair number of errors:
On the XX DSotM release, on the CD itself, track 1b is labeled ``Breath in the Air.'' ``Breathe in the Air'' is the correct spelling; with ``Breathe'' being an accepted official shortening.
On Capitol's cassette release of AHM, on both the cover and cassette, it lists ``If'' as being on side one; it's on side two.
The jewel boxes of some OBC CDs are erroneously marked ADD (analog recording, digital mixing/editing, digital mastering). As is written on the CD itself, they are AAD. (I've also heard of this happening on both More and Meddle.)
David Gilmour's name tends to get misspelled quite a bit. It's spelled ``Glimour'' on the inside credits of some versions of the Final Cut CD, while some ASoS releases have it as ``Gilmore.'' It's also ``Gilmore'' on the credits to the film ``More'' (though this may have been an intentional play on words), and on the KQED video. KQED also spells ``Green is the Colour'' as the American ``Color.''
In the Dark Side of the Moon guitar tabulature book, ``Any Colour You Like'' is listed as ``Breathe (Second Reprise)''
The US CD booklet of David Gilmour adds a preceding ``It's'' to the title of ``Deafinitely.'' The title is printed correctly on the disc itself.
In the printed lyrics for ``What God Wants Part I'', some versions of ATD have ``The alien cried prophet'' written; ``prophet cried'' is what's sung.
On the EMI release of Pulse, the track list on the inside cover reverses the placement of songs 6 and 7.