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Wall album for sale by Pink Floyd was released Apr 25, 2000 on the Capitol label. Digitally remastered by Doug Sax (The Mastering Lab, Los Angeles, California). The Wall was Roger Waters' crowning accomplishment in Pink Floyd. Wall CD music It documented the rise and fall of a rock star (named Pink Floyd), based on Waters' own experiences and the tendencies he'd observed in people around him. By then, the bassist had firm control of the group's direction, working mostly alongside David Gilmour and bringing in producer Bob Ezrin as an outside collaborator. Wall CD music is a 2-disc set with 26 songs. ...See Full Description
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A rock opera like none other. Two disks of great Pink Floyd songs, that tell a story in a beautiful, artistic way. The creativity on this alblum is masterful.
By Drizzt (North Balitmore, OH, USA)
this album is great. every song on both disks are works of art. id recommend this album to both serious and nonserious floyd fans. i also recommend the movie, listening to the songs while watching the movie just makes it so much better.
By z007moldonce (St. Paul, MN, USA)
||Mi album de oro|
Amo este trabajo de Pink Floyd, definitivamente es mi album de oro. No carece de magia, de sentimiento, de fervor. Tiene arte. Se los recomiendo.
By Anahi (Argentina)
||Great, but not Dark Side|
Excelent album, however it is not quite as good as Dark Side of the Moon.
By lainnanako (san diego, ca)
This album is simply a classic
By a reviewer (Chino, CA)
||Great CD, Wrong Track Listing|
I adore this CD, thus, I must correct your track listing as to not digrace it. The true track listing is as follows: 1. In The Flesh? 2. The Thin Ice 3. Another Brick In The Wall, Pt. 1 4. The Happiest Day Of Our Lives 5. Another Brick In The Wall, Pt. 2 6. Mother 7. Goodbye Blue Sky 8. Empty Spaces 9. Young Lust 10. One Of My Turns 11. Donít Leave Me Now 12. Another Brick In The Wall, Pt. 3 13. Goodbye Cruel World DISC 2: 1. Hey You 2. Is There Anybody Out There? 3. Nobody Home 4. Vera 5. Bring The Boys Back Home 6. Comfortably Numb 7. The Show Must Go On 8. In The Flesh 9. Run Like Hell 10. Waiting For The Worms 11. Stop 12. The Trial 13. Outside The Wall
By Akki.Kun (Minneapolis, MN, U.S.A.)
|People are stupid|
This is an awsome cd a must have buy it now. Pink Floyd rocks
By TOOLBAND (Carolina,USA)
||What generation of remaster is this?|
Can anyway advise if this is a recent remastering, or the 1994 version.
By D. Martin (Mt. Martha, Australia.)
I've listened to this album a lot of times and it real is a great rock opera and it should be in the top 10 best albums of all time.
By solidsnake_3 (Mesa, Az)
||This is not about greatest moment in German history!|
I was expecting document about tearing down the hated Berlin Wall and Reunification! Instead, it's droning guitars and something about a spoilt rock star's hang-ups! Don't be fooled by the title!
By Fritz Schnitzelesser (Berlin, Dumbkopfhs!)
||This "is" the Wizard of Oz!!!|
Everyone says this album goes along great with "The WIZARD OF OZ", but, in my own opinion, this "is" the Wazard of Oz! You can create your own world with this album all of the way through! It has almost all of their big hits: "Comfortably Numb", Another Brick In the Wall", "Run Like Hell", "Young Lust", "Mother", "Hey You" and many, many more!!! I still think that their final 2 albums 1987's "A Momentary Lapse of Reason" and 1994's "The Division Bell" are their best albums mainly because they fused together their old sound with the rock/alternative genres of the 80's and 90's!!! There's always room for the Floyd... no matter what kind of musical genre you're into! Pink Floyd is a part of rock, rap, country, jazz, alternative, metal... it doesn't matter!!! The Floyd is a part of that... "EVERYTHING"! This is a prime example!
By Robert (Fayettville)
||Alice in Wonderland|
This CD is great - not as good as Wish you were Here and DsotM. But still spectacular. And watch Alice in Wonderland while playing The Wall (you have to skip comfortably numb) and it's amazing the choreography. Better than Wizard of Oz and DsotM.
By Dan (Upstate, NY)
I recently started to listen to Pink Floyd and I was hooked to this album right away! What can I say...It's just...perfect. Both creative and entertaining. Truly one of the best of all-time. Well worth your money.
By Liz (Hammond, IN)
||One of the best things ever made.|
I was not one of the original listners on Pink Floyd. However after my friend introduced them to me I cant seem to get them out of my head. Pink Floyd is utter genuis! And that means something, I am 17, I have grown into my teen years listning to Artists and Bands suc as AFI and 50 Cent and I cant definitly say this music comes from the soul. Five Stars!
By Matt Davies (Vancouver, BC, Canada)
||This CD Sucks!|
If Pink Floyd would have stuck with Alan Parsons as their producer/engineer they would of been able to keep my attention. The only track that's worth listening to is "Comfortably Numb". The rest of the cd plainly sucks. It was given to me as a xmas gift when it first came out. Glad I didn't actually buy the stinking thing. I rest my case.
By John (Muskegon, MI. USA)
An amazing album that obviously had a great impact at its time (23 million albums sold???) Also i'd recommend all to watch the movie, its a tripper.
By im_totally_addicted_to_bass (Queensland, Australia)
||Pink Floyd headlines late 70's rock|
This double album from Pink Floyd doesn't beat "Dark Side" as their best studio effort, but it comes pretty close. Honestly, this cd is a little depressing to listen to back-to-back, but it is brilliant in spots, such as "Run Like Hell", "Comfortably Numb" and what has become a well-known rock anthem "Another Brick In The Wall Part II".
By Matt (Montreal, QC, Canada)
||The best double album in music History? You betcha!!|
Where to start! I'm not gonna spend hours writing a detailed review of what is, beyond a shadow of a doubt, the greatest rock n roll double LP ever. End of story. Cameron, England
By cmrn01 (Hull, England UK)
||The Wall ROCKS|
When I was much younger my father would play his "The Wall" records and I used to love it so much, a year or so back I decided to buy the cds for him (along with DSOTM) and I pretty much took "The Wall" it is my all time favorite album ever, I can listen to it 24/7. I suggest it to anyone. oh and to all you stupid people...THE WALL IS STILL BETTER THAN DARK SIDE OF THE MOON GET OVER IT!. DSOFM is great but nothing can beat "THE WALL"
By Archie Hannibal (Rich-Bitch, USA)
I grew up listening to Pink Floyd, and i can say that of all the albums made this is by far one of the best! i mean for someone to write songs about what everyone has witnessed or went through themselves is great. It just gives you more reason to want to buy the album! it's the only type of " opera " i will listen to and watch. from David Gilmour's voice " sexing up" YOUNG LUST, to the disco beat of ANOTHER BRICK IN THE WALL PART 4 and the haunting sound of DON'T LEAVE ME NOW..this is a great album that if you don't have in your Pink Floyd collection you MUST BUY!
By jlwhitedove (Iowa,USA)
tHERE WILL NEVER BE ANOTHER ALBUM AS GREAT AS THIS. iT WAS A WORK OF ART. wAS A PRIVILEGE TO BE ABLE TO HELP ON IT. THANKS AGAIN, STAN fARBER
By STANF236 (fLAGLER bEACH fL.)
Hands down the best album ever recorded in any genre. Nuff said.
By big_red0913 (Owosso, MI, USA)
this album is a masterpiece! i've been hearing this for years and this always reminds me of my own childhood. it's a very confusing and dark story that never seems to drag on. the lyrics are really good and really set the scene. it is mandatory to listen to the entire thing. faves are "mother", "another brick in the wall (part 2)/happiest days of our lives", "hey you", "run lik hell", "the trial", hell everything on here rules!
By clatta07 (williamston, usa)
The Wall is an absolutely incredible album, especially after you have seen the movie. Then you are more able to delve into the lyrics and strong emotions each song encompasses. It is beautiful.
By Lindsey (UT, USA)
||i only gave this 4 stars woo woo woo|
ya that sounds really smart you homo. There was obviously no involvement in the music part of this album. They must have just whipped it out in a couple of hours. You should get a life right now or the wall will come to your town and block the whole thing
By fo1fer320 (willi,WA)
||5 Stars but 24Bit version of it should be released though|
The success of this album is behind the libretto, like most of Verdi's operas. This album mirrors 70's and 80's urban history and its accuracy deserves a better medium than a CD although it already sounds awsome as it is. I have the album but I will buy it again if a 24Bit of it reaches the market. Remarkable album, to comment on it in terms of the lyrics is poetical psychology, but the performance has an outstanding production behind and the ambience of the music and vocals could not be more drammatic as performed by the group. As I said, as it is with a good Hi-Fi the CD sounds astounding.
By thematrixexpert (London UK)
I dont know what the hell John is talking about!! This cd is amazing and roger waters is amazing!! This cd is definately worth buying!!!
By Anne (Canada)
||A good cd, but utterly expensive|
Pink Floyd is a good band but this cd is utterly expensive, 30.00!
By mtennis555 (Minneapolis, MN, USA)
||nobody could ask for a better cd on this one|
what great sound this is.no need to buy it again.its all here.in every detail.
By a reviewer (elkhart,in)
||High Above the Rest|
As the many years roll by, one remains high above all the others, intensely moving, Pink Floyd's The Wall, possibly the most brilliant score ever recorded. Turn up the volume, listen closely to every detail and be engulfed in its genius.
By robecomfy2 (CT, USA)
||The One To Own|
If their is one Pink Floyd album you should own it should be the wall. Roger Waters, David Gilmour, Nick Mason, and Richard Right are genius'. Who cares about the price, buy this album.
By stjrchobespal73 (Saranac Lake, NY, USA)
||Do not think twice, if you can afford it. |
This album is not a typical album, which is generally a compilation of songs(love songs, mostly). Here each song is related to the other one.You might have heard a few of the songs already. But listen to whole album to get the total ,bigger picture. The way Waters has written the whole album is out of this world. Just do not listen to this album as any other album. This deserves special attention. Pay attention to the finer details(if you have time,of course).If possible,get a print out of the lyrics with some background information of the theme. This album is in a class of its own when it comes to song writing and composition. Of course, it has the usual Pink Floyd touch.Plus a lot of great numbers, just for listening pleasure. Here you see Roger Waters and David Gilmour at theit best.Not much of Richard Wright and Nick Mason.
By dmazumdar (Providence, RI)
As a huge fan of Pink Floyd, I have heard almost every album they have produced. Without a doubt, "The Wall" is the most ambitious and satisfying of them all. It makes you wonder about Roger Waters' state of mind if this is in any way truly autobiographical. It helps to get a copy of the motion picture to get the whole story, but it is not essential. Just put on the headphones, turn down the lights, and completely lose yourself in this one. It is excellent!
By a reviewer (Starkville, MS)
||Pink Floyd - The Wall ....Of Eternity|
'The Wall' was a good, very much anticipated album when it FIRST came out in the fall, of 1979 if I remember correctly. But, now 28 years later, it's grown a bit stale. I cannot stand when all too many of those album rock stations play the same four tracks of this title over and over. Whenever I hear the lines "We don't need no education" or "Mother do you think they'll drop the bomb", I usually turn the station or put in a CD. However, I probably can stand the album more than I can the movie.
By straight_man1975 (everywhere..)
Here is the best Pink Floyd songs you will find! Shine on you Crazy Pink Floyd fan!!
By a reviewer (Chicago, IL, USA)
I love it!!! Its a must have for all who like Pink Floyd....makes me want to watch the movie!
By penny_lane692000 (brunswick ga)
Yea, The Who oughta get some lessons from Pink Floyd on how to do a rock opera correctly...
By Chckwhit (Washington)
this is one of the best albums off all time. great misic
By wbigbill6 (tucson,arizona,USA)
THE WALL is one of the best rock albums ever recorded. ROGER WATERS THE WALL FROM BERLIN was nothing short of spectackular
By HeartofStoneld1 (Brooklyn NY)
||Thw Who What!?????|
Uh, There is a reason The Who is regarded as the best rock band ever. The 2 rock albums are incomparable anyway!! The Wall is not even a real "rock opera" in the first place. Tommy and The Wall both hold their places in rock history and genius!!!
By Daltrey's Balls (all over)
The Best Pink Floyd Album one of the best of the Roger Waters era. Briliant from beginning to end.
By a reviewer (Unknown)
What's wrong with being a homo? Didn't you know that Gilmore is gay? Maybe he'll come to your town and stuff your Darksided Moon. Way to respect the band member's lifestyle's.
By PinkPanther (Castro, SF, CA)
I only gave this Floyd album four stars simply because the album was realy created for a way to bring the spectical back into the show and wasnt as much focused on the music. Don't get me wrong this is a great album, tons of classics, but you realy have to see the live show or the movie to grasp the full message.
By Mike (Etters, PA, USA)
||Definantly the best Artist out there!|
This is one of the best CDs out there! Definantly buy this CD......if you like rock you will love this CD. I listen to all kinds of music and this is one of my favorite CDs.
By a reviewer (Durham, NC)
||rock is much more than guitars|
There are two albums of PF I hear from the first to the last second: Dark Side of the Moon and this one. The Wall shows that rock'n'roll can be a lot more than simple-line accords and distorted guitars - and I love that idea!
By zdraw (Ribeirao Preto, SP, Brazil)
||Good Album, Not Great|
I hated this record when it originally came out. I thought it was long-winded, depressing and mostly boring. Editing the whole concept down to one LP probably would have screwed up the story line, but would have made for a better record...or so I thought at the time. Hearing it now, many years later, it doesn't sound too bad at all. Either I was too harsh when I was younger (probably) and/or maybe I'm just a boring old fart now and finally in tune with it. Whatever...it's still not my fav Floyd LP, but there are some very good songs here, although still fairly depressing lyrically. Hey, most of you reading this probably love this record, it's definitely one of their most popular...but if you are like me and dismissed it long ago, give it a second listen. You may be surprised.
By millerta (Pittsburgh)
||A ROCK OPERA THAT DIDNT SUCK!!|
If you were lucky enough to see this concert,before the movie came out,the show started ,then as it went on the wall got built ON STAGE! between the band,and the crowd!What a concept!For a little while you could hear them playing,but you couldnt see anything.Then as the show went on,like in the MOVIE,little by little,the wall FINALLY CAME DOWN! to end the show! COOL!When the movie came out i dropped 5 hits of blotter and tripped out!!It's still good to watch sober!FLOYD RULES!GET THIS ALBUM!!!
By Terrible TODD (Jaffrey NH.)
||best album ever made|
this album is great from start to finish i recommend you watch the wall movie
By fife scotland (fife scotland)
||greatest album of the 20th century|
The headline says it all
By zola (Flint, MI, USA)
GREAT ALBUM, GREAT BAND, MUST HAVE FOR ALL PINK FLOYD FANS!!! ENOUGH SAID!
By Bubba Zanetti (Cleveland, Ohio)
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Wall songs Product Details
|CD Universe Part number||1108179|
|Release Date||Apr 25, 2000|
|Engineer||James Guthrie; John McClure; Nick Griffiths; Patrice Queff; Rick Hart; Ben Rodgers; Brian Christian|
|Recording Time||81 minutes||