26 Songs, 1 Hour 20 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Sweeping and epic, Roger Waters’ visionary rock opera tells the story of Pink, a rock star whose power has corrupted him. Pink Floyd told this partially autobiographical, partially metaphorical story with some of the most exhilarating art rock ever created. Powerhouse basslines, drumming both thunderous and restrained, and dreamy synth fills are matched with an orchestra, sound effects, song fragments, and Dave Gilmour’s guitar solos.

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EDITORS’ NOTES

Sweeping and epic, Roger Waters’ visionary rock opera tells the story of Pink, a rock star whose power has corrupted him. Pink Floyd told this partially autobiographical, partially metaphorical story with some of the most exhilarating art rock ever created. Powerhouse basslines, drumming both thunderous and restrained, and dreamy synth fills are matched with an orchestra, sound effects, song fragments, and Dave Gilmour’s guitar solos.

Mastered for iTunes
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Ratings and Reviews

4.7 out of 5
222 Ratings
222 Ratings
Cinematog ,

The Greatest

Pink Floyd's Magnum Opus. You won't find a better rock album from a storytelling/musical perspective. The Wall is simply the greatest rock album ever recorded. Don't get me wrong. Animals, Wish You Were Here and DSOTM are Floyd staples. We all know how good those albums are. However, Floyd takes it to another level with The Wall. Roger Waters' songwriting is simply phenominal. Add to that the great vocal tracks, David's unbelieveable guitar work and Nick and Richard's contributions and you have a masterpiece. I've been listening to rock and roll for 40 years and have no problem saying this is the greatest rock album ever recorded. I've listened to it hundreds of times and it still gives me chills. This album is a must have for any rock fan's collection.

DubstepDOE ,

Yep

Yeh

Supmane ,

It’s ok

It’s nothing compared to Dark Side of the Moon. Ultimately I found this album to be a colossal waste of time. But still, some of the individual songs are good here so it’s worth a listen.

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