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Is There Anybody Out There? / The Wall Live Pink

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Last updated on 30th Jul 2010

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Is There Anybody Out There? / The Wall Live Pink

Commemorating the 20th anniversary of the release of the original studio album The Wall, Columbia Records is releasing Is There Anybody Out There? The Wall Live, a sonic document of Pink Floyd’s legendary live performances of the group’s groundbreaking tour de force. Is There Anybody Out There? The Wall Live will be available as a deluxe, limited-edition double-CD set, packaged in a 64-page hard-cover casebound book with full-color souvenir artwork from the show.

The album will also be available in a double-jewelcase edition as well as a double-cassette. Recorded live on a 48-track mobile studio during the original Earl’s Court, London, performances (1980-1981), the particular tracks on Is There Anybody Out There? The Wall Live were handpicked by Pink Floyd producer James Guthrie, who has created a hi-resolution mix for the CD set from the original multi-track concert recordings.

In addition to a pristine composite live performance of The Wall in its entirety, Is There Anybody Out There? The Wall Live includes never-before released bonus music. Released in December 1979, Pink Floyd’s The Wall is one of the defining masterpieces of rock culture. Conceived and written by Roger Waters; produced by Dave Gilmour, Bob Ezrin, and Roger Waters, the album’s ferocity of intelligence and austere depth of musical complexity confounded conventional market wisdom to reach the #1 spot on countless charts around the world while spawning the multi-platinum single and youth anthem “Another Brick In The Wall (Part 2).” Over the next two years, The Wall was performed live by Pink Floyd in Los Angeles, New York, Dortmund, and London.

Staging of The Wall was spectacular: room sets appeared within “The Wall,” which was built live onstage; giant puppets were dangled from “The Wall” while crazed animations, created by Gerald Scarfe, were projected onto it. During the show’s breathtaking finale, “The Wall” crashed to the ground revealing the band playing in the ruins.

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