With the release of this, the third incarnation of The Wall, Pink Floyd have probably ensured that the album will prove to be even more enduring than it already has done over the past twenty years. The book that comes with it proved to be very interesting, as much for what it said about those people involved in the show as the show itself. The album is, as has been suggested already in these reviews, possibly the most atmospheric recording ever, and if you close your eyes and listen very hard, you can quite easily fool yourself that you might be there. I was born three years after Floyd played The Wall at Earl's Court for the last time, but how I wish the band as they now stand would join up with the old members who formed the four-piece at the time and play it one last time so that the new generation of music fans can learn what a real live show is like! I'd give this far more than five stars if I could, but a rating cannot truly express the quality and overall stunning ability of this album to be all things to all people. Nothing short of genius.