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Pink Floyd - The Wall CD (album) cover


Pink Floyd


Psychedelic/Space Rock

4.07 | 2697 ratings

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2 stars The double album vinyl is the basis of this review.

Pink Floyd once more overemphasizing--- what to them would never make any sense. The album concept is dissolving. As mentioned the common ground of this is not progressive and they have decided to as a group to envelop sound between atmosphere and voice.

The wall album is not progressive, it is a concept album from their silent movie called the wall. The movie is an attempt to conceptualize sound with image. The album recorded to professional level yet the musicians are once more echoed as their previous album dark side of the moon already tracked.

The return on this album is the acoustic segments yet they recorded a near non-existent part in what England's traditions are on the mainland or known for playing. The large instrumentals are loud for the late 70's and considered an overemphasis or overt reaction.

The problem is there are many conceptual movies before this time period of the late 70's and the need to release a concept album is left with their previous releases. The concept and most of their albums seem or force parallel a reaction to this movie distance called science fiction.

The album is not in good taste and as mentioned the tracks are not essential but lack focus. The album would have been essential with new material released other than the wall tracks recorded-- it is a basic release to the mainstream without a studio mixing new sounds for the album.

In reference this release is a turn out album and should be distanced as a perversion. The highly saturated and dissolving images should be restricted along with the sounds that try and parallel every situation to its extent--overemphasis. The group should not be tolerated on the mainland, it is better to be ignorant of this material--once more it is mentioned criminal to educate the child at this level of saturation. Pink Floyd is trying to mention a problem yet they are a larger part of the problem--mentally ill who have decided themselves to become social critics, they are supposedly musicians.

Pink Floyd does not even know who they are, lost in the translation of time that has never distanced their country except in a consequence or perversion.

thewickedfall | 2/5 |


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