In 1991, Pink Floyd released the compilation album "The Early Singles" as part of the "Shine On" box set, which contained all their studio albums from "The Piper at the Gates of Dawn" through "A Momentary Lapse of Reason," along with rare and unreleased material. This box set was intended to celebrate Pink Floyd's legacy and offer fans a comprehensive collection of their music up to that point.The "Shine On" box set was well-received by fans and critics, highlighting the band's enduring popularity and influence. The compilation included notable early singles like "Arnold Layne," "See Emily Play," and "Point Me at the Sky," providing a comprehensive overview of the band's evolution from their early psychedelic days to their later concept-driven works.