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Pink Floyd - The Wall CD (album) cover


Pink Floyd


Psychedelic/Space Rock

4.08 | 2705 ratings

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1 stars Maybe the messages in the lyrics in this album are very good, but they are difficult to understand without the support of the images as in "The Wall" Movie, which is better than this album alone. This album is depressing, boring. The best songs of this album are "the best" because David Gilmour contributed to the songwriting and also have his very good guitar playing and vocals: "Young Lust", "Comfortably Numb" and "Run Like Hell". "Another Brick in the wall part 2" is good too, but it is because it sounds as the other members of the band played in this song. This was the album which totally finished Pink Floyd as a real band during the Waters`s ego reign (1977-83). Rick Wright`s contributions in previous albums were ignored and he was fired during the recording of this album, only being recruited under salary for "The Wall" live performances (to give the impression that the band was still a quartet). And he was the only one of the "members" who earned money from those performances, because they lost money and as he was paid as a hired hand, he earned money!
Guillermo | 1/5 |


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