Pink Floyd - The Final Immersion of the Wall FLAC album
So this is the final unboxing in the Immersion box set trilogy. It's quite sad to reach the end of this long journey which began in September 2011. The Wall is an album I absolutely loved as a teenager, but have drifted away from in later years, being more a fan of the movie than the album per se.
Cover Art. Discs 1 & 2 – The Remastered Album. Discs 3 & 4 – Is There Anybody Out There? The Wall Live 1980-1981. Discs 5 & 6 – The Wall Work In Progress. Disc 7 – DVD. "The Happiest Days of Our Lives" live from Earls Court video – 1:24 "Another Brick in the Wall" promotional video (restored in 2011) – 3:20 Behind The Wall documentary – 50:27 Gerald Scarfe interview – 17:21. Photo book by Jill Furmanovsky. Gerald Scarfe art print.
The Wall Immersion-Lyrics Book. Showing Empty Spaces in sequence matching the album. Seriously, this is the definitive release of The Wall to date. An excellent detailed unboxing of the set can be found in An in-depth look at Pink Floyd’s ‘the Wall’ Immersion box set by Hans Morgenstern on the old Independent Ethos site.
The Wall is the eleventh studio album by English rock band Pink Floyd, released 30 November 1979 on Harvest and Columbia Records. A rock opera, its story explores Pink, a jaded rockstar whose eventual self-imposed isolation from society is symbolised by a wall. The record was a commercial success, charting at number one in the US for 15 weeks, and number three in the UK. In 1982, the album was adapted into a feature film of the same name, directed by Alan Parker.
I no longer remember what I dreamt, but I knew I had experienced the Wall’s honest, primal power even though I could barely understand what was going on in the narrative of this concept album. It is the sole, intensive Immersion box set of the recent Pink Floyd reissues by EMI I was interested in owning because I was real curious about what else went into making this album (all those demos!).
Pink Floyd – A Fleeting Glimpse. By The Fans - For The Fans - Est. June 1998. Disc 3 – The Dark Side Of The Moon 1972 Early Album Mix Engineered by Alan Parsons (Previously Unreleased).
A remastered version of the original album will take up the first two discs, followed by the previously released 'Is There Anybody Out There' live album from the band's 1980-81 tour in support of the record. Discs five and six feature an outrageously generous helping of demo tracks from various stages of the project's development, and a DVD featuring live footage from the original 'Wall' tour and various documentary and promotional clips rounds out the set.
Disc 7 – DVD: Audio-Visual Material 1. The Happiest Days Of Our Lives (1’24 ) 2. Another Brick In The Wall, Part 2 (3’20 ) 3. Behind The Wall (50’27 ) 4. Gerald Scarfe Interview (17’21 ).
02. Pink Floyd - The Thin Ice 03. Pink Floyd - Another Brick In The Wall (Part 1) 04. Pink Floyd - The Happiest Days Of Our Lives 05. Pink Floyd - Another Brick In The Wall (Part 2) 06. Pink Floyd - Mother 07. Pink Floyd - Goodbye Blue Sky 08. Pink Floyd - Empty Spaces 09. Pink Floyd - Young Lust 10. Pink Floyd - One Of My Turns 11. Pink Floyd - Don't Leave Me Now 12. Pink Floyd - Another Brick In The Wall (Part 3) 13. Pink Floyd - Goodbye Cruel World - Total time.
The track listing has now been officially confirmed, but is identical to what we revealed back in September. 64 unreleased demos, of which 22 are ‘excerpts from original demos’ being the main attraction for fans or Wish You Were Here to gain extra discs over others