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Pink Floyd heavily inspired My musical journey and if I hadn’t listened to hey you almost 2 years ago I wouldn’t be here writing this review this is definitely in there top 3 albums
“The Wall” review - There’s not much I can say about Pink Floyd’s “The Wall”, you really just have to listen for yourself. Find the time to listen to this for an hour and a half in one go. Play this on your record player or with headphones and just relax and enjoy the music. One of the best albums ever. Happy 40th anniversary Pink Floyd to this incredible album! 500/5, great album!
Where is this show? Best PF I’ve ever heard. The band was gelling and killing it every night. Please put this album out digitally. I’m in need and millions of others feel the same way.
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.
Whatever Jeff does on his drums never ceases to amaze me.It totally grabs a hold and never lets go.He has that unique ability to dig deep into the inner soul and find out what a certain person is thinking about.So it is his way of finding out all about the intricacies of the mind It is very interesting to discover so much more about what he can do. I love to hear his voice through my headphones. His rhythms make me wanna get up and dance.He will always remain the best heartstrings drummer of all time and gorgeous Dreamyeyed Angel.Keep grooving in heaven with all those other greats. 🎺💙😍🐈💜🎻📱🎧💛🎤💿🎸📀☺️🎼❤️😈🐱🐯🎷😀💽😊📲😅💚😇😂🎹😿.It's not the same without your drums. Te Amo my lovebug
I can’t add to anything anyone else hasn’t already said about this epic album. It’s all that and then some. Roger Waters put together a masterpiece that will forevermore be one of the greatest albums of all times, transcending generations. My only issue is why cut off David Gilmore’s solo on Comfortable Numb? I remain incensed by the way this was recorded. This is one of the most famous guitar solos ever, and by one of the all time great lead guitarists, and it gets cut? I just don’t get it! This album and DSOTM rank in the top 10 albums of all time. I would be remiss if I didn’t say that personally I’m not a Waters fan but I give credit where it’s due. He was, and is a musical genius. David Gilmore is arguably one of the top 5 of all time lead guitarists and deservedly so. Without Gilmore I don’t believe these albums would have ascended the heights they have reached. Roger put it to paper but David made it come alive.
It was hard to decide but this album is my favorite that they’ve ever made. So powerful and it helped me understand my mistakes during a really difficult period of time. Experience this music somehow, whether with the movie or the album. It’s all a masterpiece.
I have been listening to Pink Floyd since my mother played it for me while i was still in the womb. this album is hauntingly beautiful and is even better after you watch the movie. if you don't like the album, you either are deaf or aren't listening hard enough.
....the release of this was also an event. A very ballsy and daring album. I will never forget how blown away by this album when I first heard it. Amazing songs, great lyrics, this album is also very funny at times, something that could not be said of The Final Cut. I love how Pink Floyd expanded their sound on this. Favorite songs of mine are both parts of In The Flesh, Run Like Hell, Comfortably Numb, Mother, Another Brick In The Wall, Part 3, etc... . A masterpiece.
It is just so epic in its scale. It is dark, hunting and emotional. The was, for me, the last album of an unbelievable era. Pink Floyd proved themselves as one of the greatest bands of all time. Excellent production, hunting lyrics, amazing music. Everyone should have this album on their shells.
The Wall is simply my favorite album. A metaphorical story about a rock star or something you can personal relate yourself personally to. Songs like "Another Brick in the Wall Pt. 2", "Mother", "Hey You", and most of all "Comfortably Numb" solidify how powerful this album is.