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FILM REVIEW – Pink Floyd’s The Wall

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Prog Review 42: Pink Floyd – The Wall Immersion Box Set

So here we are again and this is the final of the Pink Floyd Immersion box set trilogy. But what do I think? Is it another brick in the wall or did it leave me feeling comfortably numb? There’s only one way to find out and that’s to watch the video.

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“Stinkhorn” by Darren Lock

Background Music:
“Open Field”
“Herbie Smiles”

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Pink Floyd: The Wall Immersion Box Set – THE UNBOXING

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.

So make a nice cup of tea, sit back and enjoy the next twenty or so minutes as I guide you through all the goodies that make up this final box set.

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Music used in this video:

“Return of the Snapdragon”
“Open Field”
“Herbie Smiles”
“Steady State of Flux”

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Pink Floyd: Is There Anybody Out There [The Wall Live 80-81] THE UNBOXING

I was meant to make this video last week but serious illness prevented me from doing anything for the past five days. But here we are looking at the “Is There Anybody Out There” special edition from 2000. I thought I’d rebuy this set and give it a look as I was interested to see how much material from this was going to be reproduced in the forthcoming “The Wall Immersion Edition” box set.

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Background Music:
“Still Crane Lake” by Darren Lock (that’s me)
“Widowspeak” by Darren Lock (that’s also me)

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