I love how funky The Wall is.

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  1. colcifer

    colcifer Esteemed Nitpicker Supporting Member

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    That is all.
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    Great album. Listening through the whole thing in order was cool. And it took up a good chunk of time on a long road trip.
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    Try it with LSD sometime.:D

    Yeah....it's cool.
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    It's cool without it too, ya know. Just sayin'.

    Some folks think it's "later" Pink Floyd work, or "not like the early stuff". I think it's great.
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    Though I do love The Wall, I do agree with David Gilmour on the fact that The Wall is nothing more than Roger Waters blaming all of his problems on everybody else.
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    this brought up a thought. is there a version around of albums, like the wall or darkside, without gaps between the songs? y'know like they were intended? is the lp the only way to listen to these types of recordings without that really noticeable and obviously unintended half second of silence popping up (sometimes in the middle of a turnaround) and pissing on the feel intended by the artist?
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    Great album but I don't find it "Funky" at all.
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    Me too:

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    +1
  11. colcifer

    colcifer Esteemed Nitpicker Supporting Member

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    Too true!


    Really?
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    Something I learned doing game audio: it's a shortcoming of the MP3 format. It's why they use .ogg files
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    I like that part where that flower is eating that other thing......it looks like a giant *****.




    The theatrical music is plenty cool too. And the dive bombers.

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