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The Trial - Pink Floyd - Livewall (CD)

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  1. Zurg
    The Wall is possibly the greatest case of being careful what you wish for in rock music. The runaway success of 's Dark Side Of The Moon had trapped Pink Floyd into being a stadium band.
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  2. Vimuro
    Sep 19,  · Waters had left Pink Floyd to establish a solo career following the group’s album The Final Cut, and considered his departure in to mark the end of the band. Gilmour and Mason.
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  3. Basar
    If the album was a little confusing then this film puts the events past and present into context. There is madness, sadness, despair, and isolation in this film, with just a dash of hope at the end. Pink Floyd, Roger Waters, Gerald Scarfe, Bob Geldof, Alan Parker- what could possibly go wrong! In spite of the egos and the arguments the film 4/5().
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  4. Tausida
    It must be remembered that it is Pink and Pink alone who is on trial here, not the bricks that have populated his life. And in keeping with the Floydian irony that is so much a hallmark of the album, while most trials determine whether a person goes to jail or not, Pink’s trial will determine whether he will be freed from his self-created prison cell.
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  5. Kejind
    Dec 05,  · Album cover of Pink Floyd’s The Wall, Photograph: Handout The most accessible, central part of the work is contained on the first two sides. From the first sounds of a baby crying to the.
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  6. Faujas
    Pink Floyd - Another Brick in the Wall, Part Three Lyrics. Artist: Pink Floyd. Album: Livewall. Heyo! SONGLYRICS just got interactive. Highlight. Review: RIFF-it. RIFF-it good. I don't need no arms around me I don't need no drugs to calm me I have seen the writing on the wall.
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  7. Zulkizil
    The Wall was released as a double album in , but Waters had already envisioned it to be more than just an LP. From –, the band toured with a hugely ambitious live show. During the course of their performances, a massive thirty-five foot wall of white cardboard bricks was constructed on stage and onto this was projected animations by Scarfe.
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  8. Zulull
    Jul 01,  · Pink Floyd's The Wall, much like Michel Houellebecq's Whatever, Jean-Paul Sartre's Nausea, or Alber Camus' The Stranger, perfectly exemplifies the social ailments of its time. This is why the album is so relevant in music history—it manages to transcend mundane artistic manifestations and touch upon profound themes that will be studied for.
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