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Pink Floyd - Is There Anybody Out There?  CD (album) cover


Pink Floyd


Psychedelic/Space Rock

4.08 | 460 ratings

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5 stars For me, this is the definitive performance of The Wall [actually compiled from a number of different performances] with breathtaking musicanship and audience reaction adding a vitality and humanity to a rather sterile studio production. Songs are played with life and emotion, they really rock when they should [Run Like Hell ... brilliant], Gilmour's soloing is as good as he has ever been, the guys' singing is spot on and I love the little 'live show' things like the 'Spare Bricks' extension and Roger Waters' taunting of the crowd before Run Like Hell. Comfortably Numb is of course comfortably brilliant, the solo performed by Gilmour atop the completed wall, a classic piece of theatre that sadly has to be imagined. Oh for a properly produced film of the show to put this audio into its full context, but nevertheless this is a masterfull record that should not be missed.
Joolz | 5/5 |


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