The Wall reviews— 17 total
17 user reviews of The Wall by Pink Floyd
No. I cannot think of any artist who can even be compared to such geniuses.
Some of the best hours of my life.
It was not as focused or as consistent as The Dark Side of the Moon or Wish You Were Here...
If you're looking to get into Pink Floyd, start here.
And I'm not normally one to play favorites, but this one is my favorite PF album.
The most impressive songs on the album are all on side 3 and are all very well versed on radio.
You don't easily forget songs like Comfortably Numb (the solo), The Thin Ice or even The Trial.
It's my favorite Pink Floyd album, and it leaves you thinking, even if you think you have it figured out.
This album is great, a lot of different sounding songs, deep and thought provoking lyrics.
The overall impression of the album is great and I would rush to buy a new copy if mine was...
But whatever one may say, no one can takeaway the fact that Comfortably Numb has perhaps the best solo ever.
That slot would probably fall to Led Zeppelin.
For me, the best songs were Hey You, In The Flesh, Run Like Hell, Comfortably Numb, Mother, Another Brick In...
In The Flesh - a really good generic rock opener with some nice drums and keyboard work.
I've said it twice I believe, "Hey You," "Another Brick in the Wall Part II," and "Comfortably Numb" are song...
Or at least listen to Comfortably Numb the next time you get a chance.
This also may be the album to start off with if you are just getting into Pink Floyd.