Pink Floyd - The Wall - 1979 Prog Art Rock - Audiophile BERNIE GRUNDMAN Sealed 180 Grm 2LP

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Pink Floyd - The Wall

2016 issue

180 Grm 2LP Remastered 2LP Poster


Label: Pink Floyd Records ‎ PFRLP11, Pink Floyd Records ‎


88875184281 Format: 2 × Vinyl, LP, Album, Reissue, Remastered, 180 Gram Country: US Released: 26 Aug 2016

The stereo remastered album on heavyweight 180 gram, vinyl
Remastered from the original analogue tapes by JAMES GUTHRIE, JOEL PLANTE and BERNIE GRUNDMAN


Genre: Rock Style: Art Rock, Alternative Rock, Prog Rock



A1 In The Flesh?


A2 The Thin Ice

A3 Another Brick In The Wall (Part 1)

A4 The Happiest Days Of Our Lives

A5 Another Brick In The Wall (Part 2)

A6 Mother


B1 Goodbye Blue Sky

B2 Empty Spaces

B3 Young Lust

B4 One Of My Turns

B5 Don't Leave Me Now

B6 Another Brick In The Wall (Part 3)

B7 Goodbye Cruel World


C1 Hey You

C2 Is There Anybody Out There?

C3 Nobody Home

C4 Vera

C5 Bring The Boys Back Home

C6 Comfortably Numb


D1 The Show Must Go On

D2 In The Flesh

D3 Run Like Hell

D4 Waiting For The Worms

D5 Stop D6 The Trial

D7 Outside The Wall



Chart Peak: #1 
Weeks Charted: 115 
Certified 7x Platinum: 8/9/89 

Though it in no way endangers the meisterwerk musical status of Dark Side of the Moon (still on the charts nearly seven years after its release), Pink Floyd's twelfth album, The Wall, is the most startling rhetorical achievement in the group's singular, thirteen-year career. Stretching his talents over four sides, Floyd bassist Roger Waters, who wrote all the words and a majority of the music here, projects a dark, multilayered vision of post-World War II Western (and especially British) society so unremittingly dismal and acidulous that it makes contemporary gloom-mongers such as Randy Newman or, say, Nico seem like Peter Pan and Tinker Bell. 

The Wall is a stunning synthesis of Waters' by now familiar thematic obsessions: the brutal misanthropy of Pink Floyd's last LP, Animals; Dark Side of the Moon's sour, middle-aged tristesse; the surprisingly shrewd perception that the music business is a microcosm of institutional oppression (Wish You Were Here); and the dread of impending psychoses that runs through all these records -- plus a strongly felt antiwar animus that dates way back to 1968's A Saucerful of Secrets. But where Animals, for instance, suffered from self-centered smugness, the even more abject The Wall leaps to life with a relentless lyrical rage that's clearly genuine and, in its painstakingly particularity, ultimately horrifying.

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Condition New
Format 2LP, 180 Gram
Label Sony Music
Artist Pink Floyd
Color Black