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Pink Floyd - The Wall . . High Definition Pictures on Flickr The Wall – History of the Album The Wall is the 11th album of Pink Floyd, released in November 1979. It has a very theatrical style; some call it a rock-opera. It was a real success, with more than 11.5 million album sold. The main themes are abandonment, frustration and personal isolation. It tells us the story of Pink, a character based on Pink Floyd’s bassist Roger Waters, who lost his father during WW2. As a consequence of this and because of an over-protective mother, the school system and politics, Pink gets closed psychologically; he builds a Wall around himself; imagining his mind is a dictatorship, etc … The constant fight against closing will succeed; Outside the Wall This album also has an anti-militarist and politically orientated message. Part One: the Youth and Enclosing of Pink Songs: The Thin Ice, Another Brick in the Wall (I, II), The Happiest Days of Our Lives, Mother, Goodbye Blue Sky, Empty Spaces, Young Lust Original Picture Original Picture (Inspiration) Part Two: Shut Alone Inside the Wall Songs: One of My Turns, Don’t Leave Me Now, Another Brick in the Wall (III), Goodbye Cruel World, Hey You, Is There Anybody Out There, Nobody Home, Vera, Bring The Boys Back Home, Comfortably Numb Original Picture (Inspiration) Original Picture (Inspiration) Part Three: Personal Dictatorship Songs: The Show Must Go On, In The Flesh (?), Run Like Hell, Waiting for the Worms, Stop, The Trial Original Picture (Inspiration) My Personal Track Choice If you haven't the album or do not know it, then is worth hearing: -In The Flesh ? -Comfortably Numb -Run Like Hell -Mother -Hey You And eventually "Another Brick in The Wall", even if that's their biggest hit... Thanks a lot for watching! ~XYEZ~

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