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THE WALL

Pink Floyd

 

Psychedelic/Space Rock

4.09 | 2850 ratings

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cynthiasmallet
5 stars This is one of my favourite albums of all time, and definitely one that I prefer to Floyd's "Dark Side of The Moon". This album has so much to offer, whether you're looking for a moving and lyrically breathtaking concept album or excellent guitar solos and well placed musical sections throughout, you will not be dissapointed. Almost every track on this album is a cracker for me (The only obvious exception being "Is There Anybody Out There?") and most of you will know such infamous tracks as "Another Brick In the Wall" and "Comfortably Numb" well enough. So instead, I am going to Focus on the less well known tracks of the album. Side ones second track "The Thin Ice" is one of the biggest tearjerker's in my album collection, and an excellent induction to the bitter- sweet (but mainly bitter) feel of the album. "Don't Leave Me Now" is another highlight of disc one, a real example of instrumental delicacy and lyrical exasperation. Disc two I feel is even better, offering such tracks as the almost gothic ballad "Hey You", and "The Trial", which I think is possibly the greatest end to a concept album ever. An excellent album that I would heartily recommend to anyone. 5/5.
cynthiasmallet | 5/5 |

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