Teacher, Teacher is an original song from The Wall demos, but was cut in mid-production. It was later rewritten, rerecorded and all-around improved, renamed and used on The Final Cut as The Hero’s Return.
Originally written in 1978 for The Wall album, When The Tigers Broke Free was rejected by the band because they felt it was too personal.
Your Possible Pasts is one of two tracks from The Final Cut with a direct connection to Pink Floyd The Wall and The Wall: Spare Bricks. It’s likely one of the original songs considered early on for The Wall but eventually rejected by the band.
The Fletcher Memorial Home is not one of the unused song concepts leftover from The Wall, but is a song that was written for The Wall: Spare Bricks album.
One Of The Few from The Final Cut is one of the leftover or rejected songs from Roger Waters’ original demos for The Wall.
Released on Roger Waters’ first solo album in 1984, Sexual Revolution was originally written for The Wall. A version of the track was recorded by the band in 1978.
Overture for Comfortably Numb is an unreleased track from the original Wall recording sessions. Very little is known about this deleted track
Extremely little is known about the track “Death Disco” . It was on Roger Waters’ original demo Bricks In The Wall, but it disappeared very quickly after that.