That sounds like the 1983 sequel to ASOS instead of The Wallor maybe just edit it down to fill one side of the album, and put Daves new songs, maybe with better lyrics, on side 2, along with Tigers and maybe whatever music Rick was actually wrote for Zee: Identity
For that scenario I think a better album for a team Floyd effort would have been Pros & Cons, since some songs on "About Face" also have that "American Rock and Roll" thing on them too, they would mix better with Roger's songs on P&C, like "Every Stranger's Eyes" and "The Pros and Cons", than with the TFC songs. "Murder" even begins with the same guitar motive of P&C, the "Working Class Hero" riff (it makes sense since it's about Lennon). With some tweaking in the lyrics and music I can see that song perfectly seguing after the P&C title song, which happens to reference Yoko Ono. There you have a nice connection ha ha. Perhaps "Near The End" and "Let's Get Metaphysical" would have also worked well with the P&C vibe, the others not so much. Some of them are way too 80s poppy, in a embarrassingly Lionel Richie way. The P&C vibe is more of a Brithish man going for a roots rock/heartland of America sound, like a more musically retarded Dire Straits.
And afterall in the begining Pros and Cons was going to be a Floyd album, back in 1979, so is not that far fetched, that after The Wall they would go:
Mason: OK, that tour left us broke, why don't we record the other demo Roger did and release it as the next studio album?
Gilmour: Alright, I have a few songs I have been working on that we can use too.
Waters: Well, that would give me more time to work with my "War is Bad" concept album solo masterpice I've been thinking about doing, so I'm OK with it.
And then Roger could have released The Final Cut in 1984 as a true solo album. An amazing one in his ouvre may I say.