#1
whats your opinion on the album/movie?

personally i think its theier best album, one of my favourite ever. and the movie is amazing.

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#2
I saw the movie when I was six. Boy did that change me.

Great stuff though.
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#4
I'd rank it 4th behind WYWH, DSOTM, and Animals. Didn't like it too much, to be honest.


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#5
I haven't seen the movie. Just haven't got my hands on it. But damn.. did Pink Floyd change me.
"We barely remember who or what came before this precious moment"

Tool, anyone?
Alter Bridge, maybe?
A bit of John Mayer?
Some beethoven sounds delightful, as well.
#6
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I saw the movie when I was six. Boy did that change me.

Great stuff though.


i didnt really get it untill recently, i found a website that clearly explained each song and whats going on in the movie... and now i crazy about it, its incredible
#8
I like the story of The Wall, but I don't think the music itself is as good as some of their other albums. As far as the movie goes it's good as well but Live At Pompeii is better.
#10
Not their best album, and not their best movie either. Like Shpongled said, Live At Pompeii was better; it was a complete masterpiece with the best rendition of Echoes imaginable.

As far as albums go, I'd say Dark Side of the Moon, Piper at the Gates of Dawn, and Wish You Were Here are better.