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The Wall Experience Edition (2011 - Remaster)

27 Feb 2012 | Format: MP3

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Song Title
Time
Popularity  
1
3:18
2
2:26
3
3:12
4
1:50
5
3:58
6
5:34
7
2:47
8
2:07
9
3:29
10
3:36
11
4:15
12
1:14
13
1:13
Disc 2
1
4:38
2
2:41
3
3:23
4
1:33
5
1:27
6
6:22
7
1:36
8
4:15
9
4:23
10
3:57
11
0:30
12
5:18
13
1:44
Disc 3
1
0:56
2
4:48
3
3:31
4
2:22
5
2:50
6
1:31
7
1:53
8
4:26
9
4:38
10
4:34
11
5:00
12
1:25
13
1:13
14
3:25
15
2:35
16
3:41
17
1:44
18
1:57
19
4:33
20
2:29
21
4:04
22
0:51
23
1:33
24
1:22
25
1:05
26
3:15
27
3:06


Product details

  • Original Release Date: 27 Feb 2012
  • Release Date: 27 Feb 2012
  • Number of Discs: 3
  • Label: EMI UK
  • Copyright: 2011 Pink Floyd Music Ltd under exclusive licence to Parlophone Records Ltd. This label copy information is the subject of copyright protection. All rights reserved. (C) 2011 Parlophone Records Ltd
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  • Total Length: 2:35:33
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  • ASIN: B005NO0WPQ
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (71 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 4,636 in MP3 Albums (See Top 100 in MP3 Albums)

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13 of 14 people found the following review helpful By Mr Blackwell TOP 500 REVIEWER on 28 Feb 2012
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This album has been loved,loathed,reviled,adored,feted and ridiculed over the years,its a thought provoking musical masterpiece.

Many of the aforementioned viewpoints ,i have held myself,bought it the day it came out,didnt understand it,didnt get it,waste of time,couple of great tracks,threw in cupboard,ignored for years,re purchased in the mid 90's ,when the remasters came out(to complete the collection),wow, what a revelation,now in my mid 30's,having lost both my parents,(father when i was 15),it all made perfect sense,i could empathise with those feelings of loss,sadness,despair, etc,I never looked back,a truly inspiring album,not a comfortable easy listen but an intense emotive communion with Roger's feeling of loss/alienation

No need for a track by track review as we all know this disc inside out,or you thought you did,i'm certainly hearing a new fantastic soundscape with this remaster, as usual 'Comfortably Numb' the absolute standout,but i'm convinced little nuances here and there that i'd previously missed.

Need a reason for purchase then disc 3 is that reason, demos and outakes,its like discovering the album all over again,a couple might even get you thinking they should have made the final cut of this disc(oops no pun intended)

Packaging as before,neat, if tight gatefold,bit of a nuisance,still its the music that matters,this is class from start to finish
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19 of 22 people found the following review helpful By Mr. R. G. Prizeman TOP 1000 REVIEWER on 27 Feb 2012
Format: Audio CD
The Wall has always been a very interesting piece of music, it is well i think Roger Waters best piece of material while he was the main member, in control,of Pink Floyd, but David Gilmore is fighting through with one of the best Floyd Tracks ever Comfortably numb, Run like hell.Now I am not going too go on about the album as I think most fans will know all about that, and its musical highlights.
Starting with the original album new master is good but how do you better excellence, as I always felt the sound has always been fantastic, this remaster is good and keeping the high-quality spot on, in fact to say the sound is "beautiful" would be an understatement.
The real excitement comes with disc three, early domes, and different lyrics completely and sung with lighter vocals on many like Young Lust, and Vera,tracks like Teacher teacher which uses the music from The final cut with different lyrics.
I just have to say its brilliant,and now the closest we will ever get to a new Floyd album. The demo's also sound fantastic. Of all the expanded versions this is the best for me.
Mother is brilliant and very moving,and this version could have made the album, but obviously the band still wanted better. This is an insight to one our best bands ever i can only recommend that you buy the 3 disc version, it really makes no sense to just buy the double. Oh finally, other early versions from the final cut with different lyrics also appear, but as history retails, got thrown out, however they are still very interesting.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Fraser J on 18 Dec 2012
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Gave it 3 star simply because the music is beyond 5 star. It's a fantastic, massive album with both atmopshere, themes, great lyrics and catchy tunes in literally every track.

The packaging is miserable though. As someone who wants to buy a CD it seems to me the industry is lately trying to make their CD products as shoddy as possible so people move onto digital, which I'm seriously thinking about now. I mean they got CD packaging right in the 80s so how can they do it wrong now? This is a digipack release instead of the ol' jewel case, which I can see why they might do (degradable if for some reason you throw it out, no little plasticy bits in the middle that break before you get it) but I just don't like them. They feel very cheap, can get worn pretty easily and don't warrant the price tag at all. So when you open it up you're greeted to some terrible quality prints of the characters from The Wall movie (or vinyl release, I don't know). They're just blurry, low quality, nothing much to be said besides it looks totally rubbish and amateur. Then you've got three pockets, first with the booklet which is nice and easy to get out and another two with the discs which aren't. You have to kind of hang the thing by the front and squeeze it widthways to get the discs to slide out. TBH I'll be lucky if this lasts a few months.

The booklet is also worth mentioning. As the 'discovery edition' it doesn't have any info in at all, just lyrics which is ok. However (this might be copying the original vinyl, again I'm not sure) the lyrics are scribbled in a pretty silly font something like the cover text, making them sometimes difficult to read.

Don't waste you're tenner on this. Find an older CD release if possible that's both cheaper and in a classic jewel case.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Mr. R. Powell on 9 April 2012
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This is not my favourite Pink Floyd album, although I have come to have a higher opinion of it in recent years especially after being lucky enough to catch one of Rogers Waters shows last year. When it's good (Which admitedly is most of it) it's very good indeed, it's just that tracks like Vera and Bring The Boys back Home still get on my nerves and I've only come to appreciate The Trial after seeing the visuals last year. Because of this I held back on ordering The Experience edition until I'd heard the Experience editions for DSOTM and WYWH. I was really impressed with extras on both of those so I decided to take the plunge, afterall it was only an extra couple of quid for the extra disc.

So was it worth it? Well, the original album first. As with Animals, Meddle and WYWH the remastering is an improvement on the old '94 disc, it's not night and day but it's clearly there with a better texture on the sound. If like, or love this album the aural improvements are worth the cost of replacing your old disc. The question is do you go with this edition or the Discovery edition. Some reviewers have suggested that some of the tracks on the extra disc could have replaced the track used on the album. I think they have got a bit carried away and excited here. If any of the extras had been used this album would not be as highly regarded as it is. That is not to criticise them, they are afterall merely demos, works in progress, and that is exactly how they sound. Unlike the extra discs on DSOTM and WYWH I have not been returning to this one very often, infact on the odd occasion I have put it on I've ended up switching to the original album after a few tracks.

Why 4 stars you ask.
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