Pink Floyd The Wall Album
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Release information about the album
Release Date: 10/30/1979
Tracks in The Wall: In The Flesh?, The Thin Ice, Another Brick In The Wall (Part I), The Happiest Days Of Our Lives, Another Brick In The Wall (Part II), Mother, Goodbye Blue Sky, Empty Spaces, Young Lust, One Of My Turns, Don't Leave Me Now, Another Brick In The Wall (Part III), Goodbye Cruel World, Hey You, Is There Anybody Out There?, Nobody Home, Vera, Bring The Boys Back Home, Comfortably Numb, The Show Must Go On, In The Flesh, Run Like Hell, Waiting For The Worms, Stop, The Trial, Outside The Wall
The Wall Album Tracklist
- In The Flesh? Lyrics
- The Thin Ice Lyrics
- Another Brick In The Wall (Part I) Lyrics
- The Happiest Days Of Our Lives Lyrics
- Another Brick In The Wall (Part II) Lyrics
- Mother Lyrics
- Goodbye Blue Sky Lyrics
- Empty Spaces Lyrics
- Young Lust Lyrics
- One Of My Turns Lyrics
- Don't Leave Me Now Lyrics
- Another Brick In The Wall (Part III) Lyrics
- Goodbye Cruel World Lyrics
- Hey You Lyrics
- Is There Anybody Out There? Lyrics
- Nobody Home Lyrics
- Vera Lyrics
- Bring The Boys Back Home Lyrics
- Comfortably Numb Lyrics
- The Show Must Go On Lyrics
- In The Flesh Lyrics
- Run Like Hell Lyrics
- Waiting For The Worms Lyrics
- Stop Lyrics
- The Trial Lyrics
- Outside The Wall Lyrics
Deep and thought provoking! | Reviewer: Itsik | 6/5/14
This is a personal review on many levels as this album followed me since early teens in both imagery and sound.
As a musicians I cannot find another album that touches so many subjects in such a way and in such details and still leaves room to interpretation.
I salut Roger and Pink Floyd for giving us this unmistakable sound and lyrics.
mind boggling! | Reviewer: Floyd DeGelleke | 12/12/13
Hands down, the wall was pink Floyd's greatest work, I remember many great times in my younger days, and the wall was always part of the sound of our journey.pink Floyd forever! !
MASTERPIECE "The Wall" | Reviewer: Michelle LeVeaux | 5/7/13
In a word, as displayed in my title. "The Wall" is a MASTERPIECE. Still, to this day, everytime I hear any song from it, I'm beyond impressed. I get chills up my spine. Oh, there they go. Yes! Yes!
Just an incredible Album. | Reviewer: WaKe | 9/9/07
the Wall is possibly Roger Water's greatest achievement, at least while in Pink Floyd. This album has a negative feeling about it, and rightly so. It walks through Water's feelings about his father's death, his own childhood, World War II, and some of his negative emotions during that time. Not only are all of these concepts expressed, they're expressed in artful, clever lyrics, with inventive music to back it up. 10/10.
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