Why don't more recordings have soundstage outside of speakers

I always enjoy it when the recording has mixing that the instruments are well outside of the speakers.  I think it's really cool and what justifying spending extra dollars for the sound.  I just wish more recordings would do that.  Most of them would just have the sound from in between the speakers.

What are some of your favorite recordings that have an enveloping soundstage well outside of the speakers?
Andy2-  the Pink Floyd record you are referring to just like the Roger Waters Amused to death is recorded with some of the microphones used out of phase. This is what the refer to as Q sound recording. This gives a surround sound effect with two channel. If you Google “Q sound” there is a lot on this and there are lists of albums recorded like this. 
Other than this I’d say back to system and room setup.  A very good recording helps. 
..get a better system....   
amusiced to death has sounds coming from behind, above, the next street to the right and left.
Also has to do with microphone placement at the recording session. Many variables here.