The Wall CD (2000)

Artist: Pink Floyd

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The Most Relaxing, Mood Changing Album Ever

by louisbird@earthlink.net on 4/21/2002

I have found that with this album that a persons whole atttude can change as you listen to it.. I have come in from a really bad day at work, thrown in this album an in a matter of minutes my Mood has changed to a more relaxed one. Roger Waters is one of the greatest song writers of our time. I think if he had been around during the Mozart Era he would surely have been right up there with him. I recommend this album to one and all. Then take it home and put it in your CD player, fill your tub with bath oils and your favorite Lady or Man and just kick back and enjoy the experience.

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Excellent...but not their best

on 5/4/2003

Great album! One of, but not their best however. I've read that Roger Waters was the only band member that wanted to record this, so the other 3 memebers weren't that "into" it. David Gilmour does call his guitar solo during "Comfortably Numb" the "greatest piece of music I've ever written,". A must have album for any Pink Floyd fan...I just wouldn't make it my first. Go for "Dark Side of the Moon" or "Wish You Were Here".

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Label Emd/capitol
SKU 60402982
UPC 724383124329
UPC 14 00724383124329
Format CD
Release Date 4/25/2000
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Author Pink Floyd
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Featuring Pink Floyd
Artist Bio
For Over 30 years, Pink Floyd has been one of rock music's most dominant creative and commercial forces. Formed in London, England in 1965, the band released Dark Side Of The Moon in 1973 and became one of pop music's biggest acts, with the record remaining on Billboard's Top 200 album chart longer than any other release in history. Along with 1979's The Wall, it establishes the band as purveyors of a distinct, complex vision that millions of fans continue to embrace. In 1996, the group was inducted into the Rock And Roll Hall Of Fame.
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Review ...the title [is] apparently symbolic of the separation between performer and audience. There are other analogies that can be made as to the wall's meaning, yet one thing remains constant and that is Floyd's ability to produce interesting music... As usual, Roger Waters' lyrics are a standout and the playing is tight.
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