Pink Floyd - The Wall

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54%
4
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23%
3
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13%
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4%
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7
5%
 
Total votes: 129

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Re: Pink Floyd - The Wall

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I believe Roger felt great in the Pompeii Amphitheatre. No audience.....no headache! :D
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Re: Pink Floyd - The Wall

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^ No walls.

A concert while the volcano was erupting would have been far more spectacular.
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Kerry King wrote: Mon Dec 28, 2020 6:26 amA concert while the volcano was erupting would have been far more spectacular.
And far more dangerous!
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space triangle wrote: Tue Dec 29, 2020 1:50 pm
Kerry King wrote: Mon Dec 28, 2020 6:26 amA concert while the volcano was erupting would have been far more spectacular.
And far more dangerous!
That's what I mean by "spectacular".
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Kerry King wrote: Wed Dec 30, 2020 1:53 am
space triangle wrote: Tue Dec 29, 2020 1:50 pm

And far more dangerous!
That's what I mean by "spectacular".
I think Pink Floyd should have participate in this:

Announcing The World’s First Public Gig Inside A Volcano :lol:

https://secretsolstice.is/announcing-th ... a-volcano/
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Re: Pink Floyd - The Wall

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In 1992 I received my first CD player, followed by a second actually, but that's neither here nor there....

I asked for a copy of Pink Floyd The Wall on CD to go with it. Instead of that, my stepbrother got me a copy of Roger Waters's The Wall Live In Berlin because that's what was in the BMG catalog.

Well, gotta be honest... I didn't enjoy that version of this album. Listening to the cassette I had had gotten me through a great many trials and tribulations.

It wasn't long before I got rid of that blasphemous recording! I was 17 and I knew everything!! Right?

Also the fact that I didn't know or enjoy most of the guest artists at the time kind of mattered to me.

But I picked up the RSD version of this album on vinyl during quarantine, we had a covid issue, and I gotta say... I much prefer it now than I did then. The fact that I know who these people are and that I stopped hating folks like Sinead O'Connor on principle made a difference.

We're actually finishing up side two as I write this.

The real irony though?

I abandoned CDs and switched to vinyl...haha.