|Title:||Pink Floyd THE WALL PFR 2016 remastered reissue 180gm vinyl 2 LP g/f|
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|Store location:||CLASSIC ROCK|
|Condition:||BRAND NEW & SEALED|
|Genre:||Psychedelic Rock , Progressive Rock , Classic Rock , Art Rock|
|Categories:||Great Vinyl Great Prices , Gifts Under $100 , Essentials , Most Wanted Gifts|
Double vinyl LP pressing. Digitally remastered edition of the 1979 smash Rock Opera from the British Rock legends. Roger Waters' harrowing trip into isolation and despair features the classic hits 'Another Brick In The Wall' and 'Run Like Hell' plus 'Mother', 'Young Lust', 'In the Flesh?', 'Comfortably Numb', 'Hey You' and other intoxicating songs that will never leave the Rock radio airwaves.
The stereo remastered album on heavyweight 180gm vinyl
Remastered from the original analogue tapes by JAMES GUTHRIE, JOEL PLANTE and BERNIE GRUNDMAN
Original UK release date: November 1979 Made in the E.U.
Comes with the original transparent "Pink Floyd The Wall" sticker pasted directly on the front cover plus a second hype sticker on shrink-wrap.
Also comes with printed inner sleeves in original UK-Style.
|A1||In The Flesh?||3:16|
|A2||The Thin Ice||2:27|
|A3||Another Brick In The Wall Part 1||3:11|
|A4||The Happiest Days Of Our Lives||1:46|
|A5||Another Brick In The Wall Part 2||3:59|
|B1||Goodbye Blue Sky||2:45|
|B4||One Of My Turns||3:41|
|B5||Don't Leave Me Now||4:08|
|B6||Another Brick In The Wall Part 3||1:18|
|B7||Goodbye Cruel World||1:16|
|C2||Is There Anybody Out There?||2:44|
|C5||Bring The Boys Back Home||1:21|
|D1||The Show Must Go On||1:36|
|D2||In The Flesh||4:15|
|D3||Run Like Hell||4:20|
|D4||Waiting For The Worms||4:04|
|D7||Outside The Wall||1:41|
|Dispatched In||24 Hours|
|year of release||2016|
|Label||Pink Floyd Records|
|Recently In Stock||No|
Variety of opinionsBy: Allan on 17 May 2021Music tastes are really odd and very individual. This is some people's favourite Pink Floyd album, but it is not in my top ten Floyd records. I think the lyrics get bogged in Roger Water's neuroses and I never liked the single. Thank heavens for 'Wish you were here', 'Meddle', and even the angry, edgy 'Animals'. PS. If there is anyone like me who doesn't like being a brick in the wall, try Water's solo version 'The Wall Live In Berlin'. The guest artists make it SO much more interesting.
Totally AwesomeBy: Rachel Quarrell on 30 June 2020The best album that Pink Floyd released and the only album of theirs I likre.Awesome.