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In the early 1960s, a bunch of boys from Cambridge began jamming together, and out of those encounters were born the early incarnations of Pink Floyd. More than 40 years and 150 million album sales later, the band headlined the biggest global music event in history – Live 8 – and was inducted into the UK Music Hall of Fame. You could say the Floyd has staying power.

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  • Audio CD (27 Mar. 2000)
  • Number of Discs: 2
  • Label: EMI
  • ASIN: B000031X7T
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  Audio Cassette  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 4.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (74 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 13,889 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

Disc: 1
1. MC:Atmos
2. In The Flesh?
3. The Thin Ice
4. Another Brick In The Wall - Part 1
5. The Happiest Days Of Our Lives
6. Another Brick In The Wall - Part 2
7. Mother
8. Goodbye Blue Sky
9. Empty Spaces
10. What Shall We Do Now?
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Disc: 2
1. Hey You
2. Is There Anybody Out There?
3. Nobody Home
4. Vera
5. Bring The Boys Back Home
6. Comfortably Numb
7. The Show Must Go On
8. MC:Atmos
9. In The Flesh
10. Run Like Hell
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DELUXE CD LONG BOX set-EAN 724352356225


Formed in the 60s, Pink Floyd have become one of the biggest bands in the world, propelled by their psychedelic, theatrical rock. The Pink Floyd sound is rock & roll on a grand scale, the stuff of enormous stadiums, light shows, concept albums and the concert as a live "experience"--much more than just another gig. Is There Anybody Out There? is a live version of Pink Floyd's most adventurous album, the multi-million selling rock opera The Wall, recorded at a series of concerts held at London's Earl's Court in 1980-81. Available for the first time, this digitally remastered, double CD comes in a limited edition, 64-page hardback book, with two recordings that were previously unavailable on the studio version of The Wall. --Ted Kord

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12 of 13 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on 27 Mar. 2003
Format: Audio CD
The first thing I should say about this album is that you shouldn't buy it unless you already own or are familiar with The Wall (the album or the film), you really need to be fully aware of what the studio version is like before you can fully appreciate "Is there Anybody Out there?"
What can I say, I thought it would be impossible to improve on the original The Wall, but this album improves on it by miles. The version of In The Flesh? is a great example of live Floyd at their best, the song starts by interrupting MC Atmos who opens the show, to a huge cheer from the crowd (in the actual performance, the band played in the background while the "surrogate band" stood out front and imitated their parts with masks of the band!).
The live versions of Another Brick...pt 1., Mother, Run Like Hell and Goodbye Blue Sky are all great improvements on the originals, with The Floyd playing with superb accuracy and adding where they can.
My two personal favourites on this live feast of an album are Comfortably Numb and the quite bizarre Empty Spaces.
Comfortably Numb was a brilliant musical concoction of David Gilmour's, and he sings the chorus beautifully and the orchestral that play alongside are excuted very well, but the real highlight of this album is when David Gilmour stands up on top of The Wall (that was built between the band and the audience during the performance) and pulls of the excellent first solo from Comfortably, you can almost feel his pride as he plays that last note...
As for Empty Spaces, this version was never featured on the original album but did feature on the film.
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46 of 52 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on 15 Nov. 2001
Format: Audio CD
This recording IS Pink Floyd - The Wall live. If like me you would have bought this twenty years ago. So why did it take so long? Probably Floyd politics. Anyhow, enough of why the wait; wait no more.
The Wall was performed 29 times by Pink Floyd during 1980/1. At this moment in history Floyd were (and still are) considered one of the top live acts on the planet. This album shows why.
Is there anybody out there? is a live version of The Wall culled from these shows. There are one or two extras not on the studio version of The Wall. 'The Last Few Bricks' and 'What Shall We Do Now?' being those extras but they are both present on Roger Waters 21/7/90 Berlin concert and 'What Shall..' featured on The Wall film to. So the only different part of the approach for us fans is the M.C. announcements. But that just goes to create the most interesting and brilliant intro to any live recording I've ever heard. You will need to play the intro loud as the M.C. is a little inaudible. (Again this intro was used in The Wall movie but was totally inaudible. If in doubt it is played in the background just before Bob narrates 'Stop').
If you are one of the new Floyd fans with 'Echoes -the best of Pink Floyd' acting as your introduction to the band then The Wall is crucial to your collection. However, which do you buy first? Roger Waters - The Wall live in Berlin? Probably not. It's not bad but as I was there in the front row then I find the video of show more interesting. The Wall, studio version? Of course it was the original, BUT I don't like live albums all that much. (Pulse and Delicate Sound of Thunder are great videos but as far as the audio goes, forget it). HANG ON, this live album is different. Yes it's live but the tension is there; that live feeling and the sound quality is stunning.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By The Truth Seeker on 29 Oct. 2011
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[18]...The studio double album, 'The Wall', released on the 30 November 1979 was supported by a TOUR, with elaborate theatrical effects, later in 1982, it was also adapted into a feature film, 'Pink Floyd' 'The Wall' staring Bob Geldof amongst others on DVD. This also comes highly recommended...This album,..'Is there anybody out there? The Wall Live', is a result of that tour, put together & released some 20 years later on the 27 March 2000....

...The tour started in Los Angeles on the 7 February 1980, it had a 12 metre high wall of cardboard bricks, gradually built on stage between the band & the audience. Gaps between the bricks allowed the spectators to view various scenes in between the musical story...At the end of the concert, the wall was made to collapse, & once again revealing the band...

During this tour relationships between the band were at an all time low,...Roger Waters remained isolated from the rest of the band, staying in separate hotels from the other band members....Richard Wright, who had left the band, returned to perform as a salaried musician & actually was the only one who made a profit from the venture,...the tour itself although successful, actually lost money..

This double album contains selected tracks from the August 1980 to June 1981 performances at Earls Court London,...It does contain 2 extra tracks than the studio version,...'What shall we do now', 1 minute.40 seconds, &, 'The last few bricks', 3 minutes, 26 seconds, an instrumental which bridges between the tracks 'Another brick pt3, & 'Goodbye cruel world', put in mainly to give the brick layers on stage time to complete the building of the cardboard wall....

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