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Lanzado en 1979. La decimotercera producción de la banda se grabó entre abril y noviembre de 1979 bajo la dirección del productor Bob Ezrin y de los miembros de Pink Floyd David Gilmour y Roger Waters. Fue lanzado el 30 de noviembre de 1979 en el Reino Unido y el 8 de diciembre en los Estados Unidos.

Este disco doble es una ópera rock que nos retrata la vida de una estrella ficticia del rock llamada "Pink", basado en su… Más información

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  • @vtimdon That's exactly the point of the record.
  • Egoistic, masturbatory and self indulgent to the extreme. Only worth it to watch for yourself how large Roger's ego can get.
  • The Best Album of the Fucking History
  • I get it now. this album is like a big concept album of both Rogers' lives. Lots of hints of Syd in this album all from the perspective from Roger The Wall Waters.
  • I prefer Lou Reed's "Berlin" as a "Rock Opera" album, but "The Wall" is still incredible and one of Floyd's better releases.
  • What the fuck is up with all the hate? This is an amazing album. [2] Great things called hipsters. Wonderful aren't they?
  • 10/10
  • One of the best albums ever produced. Obviously. (jeez..)
  • Indeed it is. This is one of the most iconic albums in Rock, the lyrics are brilliant as The_SchizoidMan said, the production is some of the best you'll ever hear and there are several classic songs. What's not to like?
  • What the fuck is up with all the hate? This is an amazing album.

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